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Taylor Wimpey at Smithstone

Taylor Wimpey at Smithstone is a development of 131 new homes for sale at Smithstone in Cumbernauld, Scotland. The development offers an impressive mix of two, three, four and five-bedroom family homes as well as two-bedroom apartments that aim to create a stylish balance of family living in the heart of North Lanarkshire.

The development – which has recently reached completion – has been the recipient of two important awards within the last year. The first of these awards was the NHBC Pride in the Job Award, which was presented to Site Manager Iain Alexander during late summer 2016.

The second – and more recent award – is the NHBC Seal of Excellence Award, which was presented to Iain for excellence in on-site management. Iain joined 11 other site managers in Scotland, to receive the prestigious award.

Both awards demonstrate the level of quality that is being undertaken on housing developments up and down the UK. Other site managers to win a Seal of Excellence within the Scottish region include George Carty for The Marches; Stuart Gillespie for Greenan Views; and Alan Robertson for Balgarvie Farm.

Situated off Strath Brenning Road, the Smithstone development offers new homes that deliver renowned craftsmanship, style and quality. The development is ideally located for facilities and transport links both locally in Cumbernauld and throughout the Central Belt, with Croy train station nearby, offering regular services to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Falkirk.

Local leisure facilities include Westerwood Golf & Country Club, Broadwood Leisure Centre and Tryst Sports Centre and Swimming Pool. Nearby Palacerigg Country Park enjoys a 40 hectare setting that is perfect for enjoying the countryside and Cumbernauld’s excellent road network offers easy access to the A80/M80 Stirling/Falkirk, as well as onward connections to M8 Glasgow and Edinburgh, plus A73 Airdrie with onward connections to M74 Carlisle.

Craigmarloch offers a mix of local shops and services and Cumbernauld Village caters to a variety of tastes with its mix of bars, cafes, restaurants and independent shops. The Antonuine Shopping Centre and Cumbernauld Town Centre offer an excellent choice of shops and Cumbernauld Theatre situated in Cumbernauld House Park has a year round programme showcasing drama, music and comedy.

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