New homes from £299,995
Final home remaining on this popular development - with Part Exchange or Express Mover available. A beautiful selection of 3 bed semi, 3 & 4 bedroom detached homes.
Sales Centre Tel: 01259 692636
Sales office now closed. For more information on the last remaining plot, please call 01259 692636. SAT NAV: FK10 2FD
Welcome to Claremont Park
Last opportunity to buy our final home on this popular development– call one of our sales advisors for more information
Your reasons to buy at Claremont Park:
Alloa lies on the north bank of the river Forth with views towards the Ochil Hills within the district of Clackmannanshire, otherwise known as "The Wee County".
Stirling is only a 10 minute drive along the A907, and the newly opened Clackmannanshire Bridge to the eats of Alloa allows easy access to the M9 and M876 main motorway links.
There is the newly re-opened Alloa Railway Station giving an hourly service to Glasgow Queen Street via Stirling, Larbert and Lenzie. Passengers can also travel to Inverness, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
The town has three major Supermarkets (Asda, Tesco and Morrisons).
There is a selection of Nurseries, and five primary schools including Claremont Park, St. Johns and St. Mungo's.
The re-built Alloa Academy provides the latest teaching facilities and further education is provided locally at Clackmamman College.
Services offered when you buy with us:
Bespoke additional extras are available on selected plots where you can personalise your own home to make it as individual as you are.
Many incentives on offer, tailor made to suit you.
Independent mortgage advice.
Excellent customer care.
Call our sales advisor on 01259 692636 for more information.
5 bedroom Detached
Prices From £299,995
The Sunningdale is a stunning 5 bedroom detached home with double integral garage. This home features a spacious lounge, kitchen/breakfast/dining area with french doors leading out to the garden. You will also benefit from a utility room and down...
Claremont Park is located within the most desirable area of Alloa, with some fantastic views and mature landscape surrounding the boundary. The area is well established and has a very good reputation and highly regarded as the 'best' part of Alloa to live.
Alloa lies to the north bank of the river Forth with views to the Ochil Hills and is otherwise known as 'The Wee County' . With a long industrial history based upon its location on the banks of the river Forth and later on the wealth od the natural resources within its locality. The prosperity generated is evident in the historic buildings located within the town including the formidable Alloa Tower that continues to dominate the town centre.
In recent years the town has grown as a commuter base for those looking to escape city living but enjoy the proximity to both jobs and services provided by Striling, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Thie growth has been accelerated by the regeneration work undertaken by the council demonstrated by its own new office and a number of now established retail and leisure developments.
Alloa revival has continued with the reopening of the Striling-Alloa-Kincardine Railway line that lonks Alloa into the national rail network with direct services from bith Striling and Glasgow. Alloa Station reopened in May 2008.
The town has 3 major Supermarkets ( Asda, Tesco , Morrisons ) and there is selection of independant shops on the high street. the town has good leisure facilities - from swimming and a multi gym to bowling and squash. The town also has its own football club - Alloa Athletic.
The town has a selection of nurseries and five primary schools including Claremont Park, Sunnyside, St John's an dSt. Mungos. The rebuilt Alloa Academy provides the latest teaching facilities along with Lornshill Academy with Dollar Academy and Beaconhurst School provifding local independant education. Further education is available at Clackmann College.