The extraordinary development is built in an area of Glasgow once characterised by four-storey tenements built at the end of the 19th century and the start of the 20th century.
Located in the Oatlands district of Glasgow, the area has a distinctive character and a community feel. Oatlands is located within walking distance of a leisure centre with a pool, library, learning centre, riverside walks and attractions.
Oatlands is also located close to a number of facilities built for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, including the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.
To top it off, the Emirates Arena which opened in 2012 is located only a mile away.
Since the regeneration of Oatlands in 2005, Richmond Gate is fast-becoming one of the most sought after areas for new homes and is Scotland’s second largest single community regeneration scheme.
The area benefits from being part of a major European city with all the cosmopolitan and cultural attractions you would expect. Glasgow has a rich cultural heritage - just pop across the river to take advantage of the Concert Hall, art galleries, cinemas, theatres and a huge range of bars, clubs and restaurants.
With so much and more on the doorstep, if you’ve been looking at unique houses for sale in Glasgow, you don’t have to look any further than Richmond Gate.
An area of mature parkland currently going through an upgrade is a key feature of the area. The building of a football pitch, a multi-purpose games court and a range of children's play facilities are just some of the planned improvements to the area's recreational facilities and amenities.
There are frequent bus services to Glasgow City Centre and other major towns in Lanarkshire and the development has direct, attractive cycle and footpath routes through green space to the city centre. The new slip road onto the M74 is just a minute's drive away, making commuting extremely convenient.