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Bardowie Brae has an enviable location just over six miles north of Glasgow and
close to the busy towns of Bearsden and Milngavie.
Bearsden and Milngavie are host to a mix of high street and local retailers,
restaurants, bars and sports facilities and both have train links to Glasgow’s
vibrant West End and City Centre. Milngavie is also the starting point of the
West Highland Way, the 96 mile walk that ends in Fort William. However, if you
don’t want to exert yourself too much, the countryside around Bardowie Brae affords
many opportunities to experience all that this picturesque area has to offer.
L
ocated within
the
C
onservation
V
illage of
B
ardowie
,
in
E
ast
D
unbartonshire
,
this
bespoke
development
of
three
unique
detached homes
is
situated
in
an
area
rich
in history
,
heritage
and
scenic
beauty
.
And if you’re into gardening or just pottering about, you won’t need to
venture far as a number of nearby garden centres and nurseries will satisfy
your everyday needs.
The Bardowie Brae homes enjoy uninterrupted south facing views over the
surrounding countryside and to the front; the views extend to nearby Bardowie
Loch, Bardowie Castle and the distant Campsies. Bardowie Loch has been home
to the Clyde Cruising Club Dinghy Section for over 80 years and during the
summer months, the loch is a sea of activity and colour.