Paisley is Scotland's largest town and a former burgh located in the west central lowlands of Scotland. Only eight miles west-south-west of Glasgow, it straddles the River Cart, which occupies the lowland to the north of the Gleniffer Braes. Paisley offers a diversity of housing from beautiful Victorian sandstone homes through to modern loft style conversions of some of the town's famous landmark mills and churches. An excellent setting for working and living, as well as commuting, there is a good selection of schooling, including Ralston Primary and Paisley Grammar. Adjacent to Paisley is Glasgow International Airport where there are plans to create a direct rail link from the town's Gilmour Street. Paisley now also sits, broadly equidistant, from Braehead Retail Park and Silverburn Retail Park.
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