Torrance Park in Newhouse

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Our development of new homes at Torrance Park offers a choice of 131 three, four and five bedroom detached family homes in a location that enjoys a rural feel adjacent to the US PGA specification Torrance Park Golf Course in Holytown, North Lanarkshire. Homeowners here will enjoy incredible views across the Clyde Valley towards Glasgow, as well as the golf course itself.

The development offers ten styles of new homes with a mix of elevations to create interesting and varied streetscenes, and our range of homes will appeal to a wide range of buyers whether they are looking for their first or next move on the property ladder.

Torrance Park forms part of an exciting multi-million pound master plan for the local area, and our development will enjoy extensive landscaping that includes feature gardens and open spaces, as well as two natural-style play areas to create a visually attractive and exclusive place to call home in the heart of North Lanarkshire. Footpath links to the wider countryside, as well as the local burn offers the chance to enjoy the natural setting and wildlife of the immediate local area.
The development is also well-positioned to take advantage of the mix of nursery, primary and secondary education that is available locally which makes this area popular with families.

Situated on the outskirts of Motherwell, the small village of Holytown has great transport links. It is within easy reach of the M74 and the M8, plus there is a choice of local train stations at Holytown, New Stevenson and Motherwell which offer direct services to both Glasgow and Edinburgh. A good bus network also provides access across the local area.
The main street of Holytown offers a good mix of local amenities including shops, restaurants, and bars. Bellshill, Motherwell, Ravenscraig and Hamilton are larger neighbouring towns with plenty to keep you busy.

The broader area of North Lanarkshire offers a comprehensive range of activities to immerse yourself in, including Strathclyde Park and its 400 hectares to enjoy the outdoors. There are also fantastic local sport and leisure centres at Ravenscraig and Keir Hardie, and both offer a range of sporting facilities to appeal to the whole family.

It’s a great place to call home.

  • Good access to key commuter routes including the M74 and M8.
  • Glasgow city centre, Glasgow Fort Retail Park and Livingston Designer Outlet and Shopping Centres are all within easy reach of the development
  • Local train stations at Holytown and New Stevenson provide services to Glasgow, Edinburgh and beyond
  • Motherwell train station is part of a principal rail route offering great access right across the country
  • Great local amenities in Holytown, Motherwell and Ravenscraig, as well as neighbouring Bellshill and Hamilton
  • A mix of local primary and secondary schools offers a great choice for families
  • The development enjoys views to the north of Torrance Park golf course, and to the south towards the Clyde Valley as far as Glasgow itself
  • Holytown sits at the heart of North Lanarkshire with lots to keep the family amused including Scotland’s only theme park that’s within easy reach of the development
  • Keir Hardie Leisure Centre in Holytown offers a range of sports facilities and classes to appeal to a wide range of ages
  • The neighbouring Ravenscraig development includes Motherwell College and The Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility and it will boast a new town centre, schools and leisure facilities
  • The Clyde Valley Tourist route is a short drive away - a 42-mile long driving route that follows the River Clyde towards Lanark, passing through villages and picturesque countryside
  • Nearby Strathclyde Country Park is a leading centre for outdoor recreation which offers a wealth of activities including sailing, water-skiing, football pitches as well as miles of jogging tracks and walking trails
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What Is Help to Buy?

Help to Buy is a government-backed initiative to help people buy a home. It's open to homebuyers (both first-time buyers and home movers) in England who can provide a 5% deposit and is available on homes valued up to £600,000. There are two options - equity share (only available on new build homes).

What Is Part Exchange?

Part Exchange is offered by many housebuilders to help homeowners to buy a new home. Most schemes work by offering a price for your existing home based on an independent valuation - you benefit by having a cash buyer, no onward chain and you can move out of your old home and straight into your new one.

About Taylor Wimpey

​In 2007, George Wimpey and Taylor Woodrow joined forces to form Taylor Wimpey. It is one of the largest housebuilders in the UK, with 24 regional offices across England, Wales and Scotland.

It builds homes suitable for all buyers, from those looking to get on the property ladder, to growing families, to downsizers. The company builds developments in all locations, with one- and two-bedroom apartments in the city, to five-bedroom detached houses in the countryside. As well as the homes, more
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