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Fitzalan Court, Whitecraigs

Welcome to a more gracious way of living.

Fitzalan Court is named after Sir Walter Fitzalan, the first hereditary High Steward of Scotland, whose descendants founded the Stewart dynasty. He established the Fitzalan estates, which covered large areas of today's Renfrewshire, as well as founding the priory that eventually became Paisley Abbey.

There are ten apartments and two duplex apartments at Fitzalan Court, and each has been designed and equipped for a most pleasurable way of living.

More to enjoy: the pleasures of a home at Fitzalan Court.

It's easy to see why Whitecraigs is one of the most desirable locations in the West of Scotland.

There are outstanding advantages to living at Fitzalan Court, starting with the location. Whitecraigs station is nearby, with frequent trains to Glasgow and all its attractions. Yet you're only a stroll away from the magnificent 58-acre Rouken Glen Country Park, with woodland paths, a pond, a walled garden, exhilarating waterfalls and a garden centre. This precious amenity, awarded Green Flag status by environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful, is virtually your back garden. Other local attractions include Parklands Hotel & Country Club, Whitecraigs and Cathcart Castle Golf Clubs, and Whitecraigs Lawn Tennis and Sports Club.

You need not go far to find an excellent range of shops and supermarkets. The Avenue Shopping Centre includes M&S, Asda, Boots, and Waterstones, and you can also find Waitrose at Greenlaw Place.