Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode
With excellent transport links “Wallace Fields” at Robroyston is within easy reach of Glasgow city centre as well as to the motorway network serving Scotland’s central belt. Local supermarkets and a busy retail park serve Robroyston while nearby Bishopbriggs offers a vibrant town centre with local high street stores, restaurants and banks.
Just five minutes drive from the M80, Wallace Fields is outstandingly convenient for travel throughout the Central Belt, with fast access to Stirling and Falkirk as well as the west coast. It is also in easy reach of the superb diversity of cinemas, theatres, museums, galleries and live music venues to be found throughout Glasgow. Robroyston is linked to the city centre by several bus routes, including the N57 night service at weekends.
The area is close to some wonderful outdoor amenities. Robroyston Park, just a mile to the west, is a 50-hectare expanse of natural green landscapes with a pond, wetlands and woods that support a rich mixture of wildlife. Much of it is a designated Local Nature Reserve. To the south, the Seven Lochs Wetland Park covers 20 square miles of lochs, parkland and woods traversed by miles of walking and cycle paths. The park is a magnificent resource for watching wildlife or simply unwinding. For golfers, the beautiful parkland courses at Lethamhill and Littlehill are both within easy reach.
There are several local youth organisations, including Boys’/Girls’ Brigades and Guides, and Wallacewell Primary School hosts a number of extracurricular activities such as drama, karate, gymnastics, dance and zumba classes. The Wallace Well retail park at Monument Drive, ten minutes walk from Wallace Fields, includes a 24 hour Asda Superstore which incorporates a petrol station and a pharmacy that opens till 10pm on weekdays. There are also recycling facilities for glass, textiles, paper and most household packaging in the car park. Other shops at Wallace Well include a large Homebase with a garden centre, and branches of Currys, B&M, Watt Brothers department store and McDonalds. In addition, a Pure Gym fitness centre is on your doorstep. There is a large Aldi store just over a mile to the west of the development, and the local post office is located in Broomton Road.
Auchinleck Road, Glasgow, G33
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode
From Central Glasgow
Leave the city centre by the M8, and at junction 13 join the M80 signposted for Stirling. After one and a half miles, at junction 2 bear left to exit the motorway for the B765, signposted for Bishopbriggs. Take the second exit at the roundabout then follow signs for Wallace Fields
From the M80 Westbound
Leave the M80 atjunction 2 and pass under the motorway, following signs for Bishopbriggs. At the second roundabout take the second exit then follow signs for Wallace Fields.
Sat Nav: G33 1TJ
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