Ranfurly Green


Ranfurly Green


BE MOVED BY THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS 


Boasting leafy surroundings and stunning views in a sought-after area of the village, not to mention its proximity to a host of great schools and local amenities, Ranfurly Green, Bridge of Weir ticks all the boxes when it comes to 21st century luxury living. 


CALA at Ranfurly Green is located within an exclusive pocket beside Old Course Ranfurly Golf Club, Bridge of Weir and will bring a luxurious collection of bespoke homes built exclusively for this development. Enjoying idyllic views and the Glendantan Burn meandering through the development, Ranfurly Green will comprise 12 detached homes including seven bespoke homes spanning 1,148 sq ft. to 2,812 sq ft.


The development is ideally situated for those looking to settle away from the hustle and bustle of a city whilst staying close to a host of local amenities. It's perfect for families too, with the development situated within the catchment area for Bridge of Weir Primary School and Gryffe High School.


Ranfurly Green has a bespoke built exterior, and the inside is from our new Light & Space range which aims to maximise space and make the most of natural light in the home with large windows, spacious design and high specification finishes - such as Silestone worktops, induction hob and bi-fold wardrobes.


 


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Corum Office


Bridge of Weir
2 Windsor Place, Main Street
Bridge of Weir PA11 3AF

Telephone
01505 691 400
Email
bridgeofweir@corumproperty.co.uk

Developer
Cala
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About Cala


CALA HOMES IS SYNONYMOUS WITH STUNNING DESIGN


Building properties with a sense of place.


Founded in 1875 and building premium homes for over thirty years, today CALA continues to apply the same guiding principles of exceptional design and build, meeting stringent standards and offering value for money in a wide range of sought-after locations.


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