Welcome to Gillburn Grange
50 premium 3-6 bed homes in Gillburn Grange, Jackton
Inspired by its unique setting in South Lanarkshire, Gillburn Grange in Jackton by Stewart Milne Homes has been designed to respect the existing mature trees to the South and provide roads and lanes that are sympathetic to site topography with houses aligned to frame panoramic views to the North.
Providing a range of 3 – 6 bedroom homes for the discerning buyer, Gillburn Grange’s unique identity establishes a clear sense of arrival which also helps promote attractive active choices throughout the development for both pedestrian and cyclist; gateway features and attractive travel networks aid navigation and encourage safe movement.
Houses at Gillburn Grange are orientated to provide natural surveillance of the newly formed central ‘village green’ which will have a long-lasting positive influence on the natural environment.
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Location and local area
Jackton is a small village lying to the west of East Kilbride in South Lanarkshire on the B764 road (otherwise known as the 'Eaglesham Road') connecting it to the village of Eaglesham to the west. It is also adjacent to Thorntonhall which lies to the North.
Rural living means cleaner air, and an altogether more natural environment. What’s planned is an attractive neighbourhood that consists of 50 homes along with play areas and well-designed green space. The Gill Burn runs through the outskirts of the settlement.
The area is represented by the local Jackton and Thorntonhall Community Council. The community lies on the very western edges of the South Lanarkshire Council boundary, and also the UK Parliament constituency of East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow, as well as the Scottish Parliament Constituency of East Kilbride.
Schooling provision for Jackton will develop in anticipation of the increasing number of families moving there. Currently, schooling is provided by Crosshouse Primary School, Mossneuk Primary School and Duncanrig Secondary School. A new primary school and nursery developed and funded by South Lanarkshire Council is also included in the overall masterplan for the area as well as small-scale retail outlets.
The area is served by Thorntonhall railway station, which is around 2 miles away, or a 7 min drive, to the North, and Hairmyres railway station, which is around 1.5 miles, or a 5 min drive, to the East. There is a bus stop on each side of the road for the village. The buses running through are the 395/396 operated by Henderson Travel.
Around and about
Jackton is within easy reach of East Kilbride, one of Scotland’s largest towns with lots of local attractions, covering a range of interests - from country parks, to golf courses, shopping destinations and swimming pools.
- Calderglen Country Park has a variety of woodland walks and contains the ruins of both Calderglen Castle and Craigneith Castle. James Hamilton Heritage Park contains a manmade lake with watersports facilities and is overlooked by Mains Castle. Langlands Moss is a local nature reserve.
- The National Museum of Rural Life at Kittochside gives visitors the opportunity to experience a 1950s working farm. Whitelee Wind Farm, the UK's largest on-shore wind farm, is located to the south of East Kilbride. Whitelee includes a visitor centre with interactive exhibitions.
- There is a good range of sporting facilities in East Kilbride with the Dollan Aqua Centre, an ice rink and various golf courses in the area. The town centre has a large shopping centre and 'The Village', the oldest part of East Kilbride, is home to a variety of restaurants, cafes and pubs.
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