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House Removals Kilmarnock
Kilmarnock is located in the heart of Ayrshire and has much to offer with a rich tapestry of culture, retail and leisure. The town centre is championed for its wide range of independent boutiques and niche retailers which, when combined with many of the familiar high street stores, offers a great retail mix. In 2006, Kilmarnock was voted the UK’s friendliest shopping town!
The Britannia Movers office is located just 37 minutes away from Kilmarnock, so we are perfectly situated to help you with your move to or from Kilmarnock. We also a have a variety of storage solutions available should you require them.
Moving to Kilmarnock
Kilmarnock, has an overall average price of £106,131 which is more expensive than nearby New Farm Loch (£94,154) and Bellfield (£81,851), but is cheaper than Bonnyton (£113,584).
Flats in the centre of Kilmarnock are selling for prices around £25,000. For flats in converted period buildings, look at prices nearer £35,000. Terraced properties vary between £50,000 and £80,000 and semis follow a similar bracket; it all depends on location and finish of the home. Well-presented detached family homes sit between £140,000 and £600,000.
Days Out in Kilmarnock
Attractions in Kilmarnock are geared towards families. The Garage is a leisure facility with everything under one roof to entertain the whole family. Ten pin bowling, go-karting, amusements and a restaurant are all contained in the nifty centre. Similarly, there is Jungle Madness Soft Play. It is a three-storey mecca of fun for kids, including 3 huge slides and a toddler and baby area for smaller tots.
For something a little more culturally driven. The Dick Institute, which opened in 1901, consists of two art galleries and three museum galleries. The museum itself is very family orientated and the ever-changing exhibits are frequently focused on children’s interests.
Dean Castle and country park offer a fantastic day out, with a programme of events and exhibitions throughout the year. Dean Castle was the stronghold for the Boyd Family who were lords of Kilmarnock for over 400 years.
Kilmarnock Transport Links
Just seven minutes from the M77 via the A77, Kilmarnock is just a 30-minute drive from Glasgow in good traffic. Drivers are recommended to find alternative routes if commuting to Glasgow daily, as traffic can be horrendous.
Kilmarnock railway station is located on the Glasgow South Western Line, which is the mainline railway in Scotland that runs between Glasgow and Kilmarnock, and then either Carlisle via Dumfries or Stranraer via Ayr. Trains from Kilmarnock run direct to Glasgow Central, with journey times approximately around 38 minutes.
There are also a number of local bus routes connecting Kilmarnock to neighbouring towns and villages.
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