Retirement Homes in Glasgow 1 and 2 bedroom homes available to Buy Outright
Living in Glasgow
A new adventure in a thriving, urban centre
Offering a fantastic blend of culture, shopping, history and natural beauty, Glasgow is the perfect location for active retirees looking for opportunities to enjoy their golden years. Our retirement properties in Glasgow leave you within touching distance of all Glasgow’s great sights and sounds, from Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum to Glasgow Green.
Lifestyle in Glasgow
Glasgow is a vibrant city that's renowned for its friendly locals, world-class art galleries and remarkable architecture. From the medieval Provand's Lordship to the 1930s-era Pollok House, you’ll find plenty of historic attractions to explore. In addition, you can also discover a wide range of museums and galleries to enjoy, such as the Gallery of Modern Art or the Riverside Museum, which was the winner of the European Museum of the Year award in 2013.
If you love history, then Glasgow has plenty to explore. Known as ‘The Victorian City of the Dead’, Glasgow Necropolis is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. Originally modelled on Père-Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, it attracts history enthusiasts from far and wide. The Necropolis offers some truly spectacular Victorian architecture, in addition to gorgeous views over Glasgow.
Whether you're looking for your favourite brands or quirky boutique stores, you'll find an array of shops and restaurants around the city. The Merchant City district boasts a variety of designer stores and stylish cafés, and there are a number of large shopping centres dotted throughout Glasgow’s suburbs including Silverburn, intu Braehead, Glasgow Fort and The Forge.
Glasgow also hosts plenty of exciting events and festivals throughout the year, such as the Glasgow Film Festival, the cultural West End Festival and the Merchant City Festival, which pays tribute to Glasgow’s rapidly-expanding culture, food and drink scene. Alternatively, you can catch a concert at the SSE Hydro, which has recently hosted acts such as Rod Stewart and U2.
You can take a stroll along the Clyde River, which runs all the way through the city, or take a tour of one of the many famous parks and gardens dotted around Glasgow. With over 90 country parks and gardens to admire across the region, it's no coincidence that the name ‘Glasgow’ means ‘dear green place’!
Glasgow Botanic Gardens is a particular highlight. Here you can relax in the public park, follow the heritage trail, or admire one of the many glass houses. This includes the Kibble Palace, a 19th century glass house that covers more than 2,000 square metres.
From our retirement properties in Glasgow, homeowners can enjoy the best of both worlds, with easy access to Glasgow city centre via public transport and an abundance of parks and green spaces on their doorstep, such as Pollok Country Park.
You’ll also find a wealth of things to see and do in each local area. Bearsden is rich in heritage and historical charm, with the remnants of a Roman bath and an impressive collection of churches.
Newton Mearns is perfect for those seeking an active lifestyle, with an abundance of golf clubs, bowling clubs and spacious parks. Meanwhile, Pollokshields is a haven for foodies and wine connoisseurs, with a wide variety of eateries offering everything from light snacks to gourmet dining options.
If you would love to retire to a vibrant local community in the suburbs whilst retaining easy access to Glasgow city centre, browse our retirement properties in Glasgow today.
A Full Range of Lifestyle Options
“We really enjoy going out to lunch and we are spoiled for choice here. In fact, everything we need is within walking distance. It all adds up to a very attractive place to retire to!”