TOP LETTINGS ESTATE AGENTS IN BRIDGE OF WEIR
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 Letting Agents Bridge of Weir
1, Kirkinner Place, Main St, Bridge of Weir PA11 3AA
01505 610 444
Lind Letting – Our Client & Customer Reviews
“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”
“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.“
“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”
“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“
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We are located in Bridge Of Weir and offer our property lettings expertise, professionalism and financial services to customers throughout Central Scotland.
Where is Bridge of Weir?
In the west central Lowlands of Scotland, Bridge of Weir is a village that is part of the Renfrewshire council district and larger historic county.The historic crossing point that Bridge of Weir provides over the River Gryffe gave the area in the Gryffe Valley where it is located its name. The community was founded initially around river-dependent industries like cotton and leather. Between the two established parishes of Kilbarchan and Houston and Killellan, territory linked to the 15th-century Ranfurly Castle saw its expansion in the 18th century as a result of these enterprises. The Glasgow and South Western Railway’s rail link in the 1860s was a major factor in the village’s development.Bridge of Weir still has a commercial center of its own, as well as some light industry and farmland, but it now mostly acts as a commuter community for the close-by cities of Glasgow and Paisley. It continues to be highly renowned for producing leather, which it has done ever since the industry first appeared.
What are some things to do in Bridge of Weir?
Fishing is a popular pastime locally and the river hosts brown trout, grayling and occasionally Atlantic salmon. At the nearby Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, there are a lot of outdoor activities to choose from. The town is traversed by National Cycle Route 75.
The village is renowned for its golfing heritage as well. There used to be five golf courses nearby, but as of right now, just the Old Course Ranfurly and the Ranfurly Castle golf clubs exist. A successful ice hockey team has existed since about 1895 and won the Scottish National League in 1935.Agriculture dominates the area around Bridge of Weir, where traditional businesses include leather tanning and cotton mills. On the banks of the River Gryffe, the first cotton mills were erected in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The town’s golf courses and fishing now draw tourists, and the settlement has a commercial district with shops, eateries, and bars.