New homes with the beautiful backdrop setting of the Ochil Hills

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This weekend we have just launched our latest new homes development in Alva, Clackmannanshire. A beautiful collection of 2 & 3 bed semi-detached and 3 & 4 bed detached family villas surrounded by open space and greenery and situated at the foot of the fabulous Ochil Hills, perfect for family living.

Alva, known as one of the Hillfoot Villages, was once the centre of textile manufacturing and changed weaving from a cottage into an industrial business. The Mill Trail Centre which is next to one of the two main public parks, Cochrane Park, is housed in the old Glentana Mill built in 1887. You can find permanent exhibitions about the history of the old woollen industry and read of the experiences of many people who worked in this industry.

The Alva Glen cuts into the Ochil Hills where the Alva burn flows from the Glen through the town into the River Devon.

There are many shops in the village along with a small library, a few pubs, a medical centre and places of worship. You will also find two large public parks, Johnstone Park and Cochrane Park, with Johnstone Park holding the famous Alva games every second Saturday in July, often referred to as the last Highland Games event in Clackmannanshire. There is also local leisure centres, walk and cycle trails and a local golf course.

There are many good primary and secondary schools in the area with leading Independent School, Dollar Academy just 5 miles away.

With Alva on the main A91 Stirling to St Andrews road, you’ll find excellent public transport and road links east and west.

With the Help to Buy (Scotland) incentive applicable to all properties released in the first phase and our Assisted Sale incentive to help you sell your incumbent property also available, you could be moving into your new dream home quicker than you think.

Go along this weekend and speak to our Sales Advisor for more information on how we can help you move.

 

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