01505 610 444 - LARN NO: 1904028 office@lindletting.co.uk

Letting Agents Johnstone

Specialists in the renting and letting of accommodation in the residential property market.
With over 22 years of local knowledge, experience, integrity, and the delivery of personal service, we’re a long-established estate agent in the Renfrewshire area.

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Contact Renfrew Property Market Expert Letting Agents Johnstone – we are not solicitors or estate agents and cannot sell  your property for free

1, Kirkinner Place, Main St, Bridge of Weir PA11 3AA

01505 610 444


Lind Letting – See local client reviews of our team, staff & services

“Well done Lind Letting. Good communication, made my stay in their property a very comfortable time with any issues dealt with in a prompt time and very easy to deal with throughout my stay. Would recommend”

Neill Ritchie

Would like to take this opportunity to commend all who helped secure my new flat, very professional from start to finish and certainly felt as though for once a business actually cared.
Lind Letting explained the whole process and what to expect especially additional information about the local areas I had intended to view.

Russell Johnstone

“My dealings with Lind Letting have shown them to be a professional, courteous and caring letting agent offering a service that I will I have no hesitation in recommending to my friends and colleagues”

Colin Fyfe

My point of contact with Lindletting is Jamie. From the very first email to present-day Jamie has kept me up to date and well informed with any developments no matter how small or insignificant. Out of office hours have never been the slightest problem to Jamie

James Collins

Lind Letting Ltd – Experts in property management

At Lind Letting Ltd, we delight in providing a comprehensive and friendly service specialising in letting and property management.
You can find new accommodation in our searchable website database, or contact us by telephone, or if you live close by – come into our office.
Find out why choosing us to manage your property should be your top priority if you are a landlord. We always provide you with a personalized, complete and transparent letting service. If you want to advertise your property on the web, or just some advice, get in touch with us.
Any questions you may have can be answered promptly and professionally by calling our office and speaking to a member of our staff who are experts in the Scottish property market and can give you a free valuation for our services. Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirlingshire, and Ayrshire are just a few of the Scottish cities we serve from our head office branch in Renfrewshire.
We can also help out buyers and sellers via our fantastic range of estate agency connections with the number one property estate agents in Johnstone, and other towns within the Renfrewshire area.


Nowadays, getting your property noticed is the best way to let it as quickly as possible. Contact Lind Letting Ltd online to find out the exact cost for professional advertising services for your property.
We offer our property lettings expertise, professionalism and financial services to customers in Johnstone and surrounding areas.

We are located in Bridge Of Weir and offer our property lettings expertise, professionalism and financial services to customers throughout Central Scotland.


With our efficient and professional property leasing service, and expertise as an agency to ensure you receive the best price, you can spend your time enjoying the extra income.
We will take care of the difficult areas that can sometimes cause a lot of time to be wasted if you do not have the experience. With our unrivalled services and professional approach, everything with run smoothly.
For support every step of the way, contact Lind Letting Ltd. Lind Letting Ltd has one of the largest teams of dedicated and knowledgeable Johnstone estate agents.


We’re a well-established (not estate) and letting agents with a great reputation for top customer service. Lind Letting Ltd offers first-class services to landlords and domestic customers looking to buy or sell, as well as rent, across central Scotland.
Please call us today to register your property, your new tenants are just around the corner and we want to help you find them.

Where is Johnstone?

The town of Johnstone is in Scotland’s west central Lowlands, in Renfrewshire.
The town is 3 miles (5 km) to the west of the nearby town of Paisley, 12 miles (19 km) to the west of central Glasgow, and 12 miles (19 km) to the northeast of Kilwinning. Johnstone is part of the Greater Glasgow Urban Area.
The majority of Johnstone was a planned community that grew up around Easter Cochrane house, later known as Johnstone Castle, the ancestral home of the Houston family, who took their name from the nearby village of Houston. The town centre was designed in 1782 by George Houstoun, the Laird.
After the last Laird passed away in 1931, Johnstone Castle deteriorated before being mostly destroyed in 1950, the remaining tower is now a private home. Two housing estates, Johnstone Castle and Cochrane Castle, now stand where the former grounds once did.
The Johnstone History Museum, which opened in 2008, made history by being the first museum ever to be housed inside a supermarket. The new Town Hall was finished in 2015. The Cochrane Castle Golf Club, which once held the world record for the longest hole, is a part of Cochrane Castle.
Transport Links
Rail Transport
The Johnstone railway station connects to Glasgow Central, Paisley, and the Ayrshire coast. Just off Cochranemill Road is a second station known as Milliken Park.
Highway Links
The A737, a dual carriageway, links Johnstone to the M8 freeway to provide access for cars to central Scotland.
Glasgow International Airport, which is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) northeast of the city, serves Air Links Johnstone. Additionally, Johnstone railway station is a 30- to 40-minute train ride from Prestwick International Airport.

Prominent Johnstonians from throughout history

Architect of the Forth Rail Bridge and the Tower Bridge – Sir William Arrol
Football player in the first England vs. Scotland game at Wembley Stadium in 1924 – William Clunas  
Journalist, author, and broadcaster – Hunter Davies
Mathematician – Robert Pollock Gillespie
Professional football player – Jim Leighton
Actor – Phyllis Logan  
BBC Journalist – Annie McGuire 
Poet – Alexander McLachlan
Scottish-American Industrialist – John Pitcairn Jr.
Celebrity chef and TV host – Gordon Ramsay
Fourth Australian Prime Minister – Sir George Houston Reid
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