Surrounded by rolling countryside Bridge of Weir is one of the most sought-after residential areas in the West of Scotland.
The village benefits from all the perks of countryside living whilst enjoying fast and easy access to the M8 motorway connecting the village to Glasgow and beyond.
There is a wide range and style of houses available ranging from Victorian five-bedroom houses to two-bedroom tenement flats with period features.
The River Gryffe which flows through Bridge of Weir is a popular spot for angling and the river hosts brown trout, grayling and occasionally Atlantic salmon. Numerous outdoor pursuits are available at the nearby Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, the National Cycle Route 75 runs through the village and Ranfurly Castle Golf Club and Old Course Ranfurly Golf Club are close by.
There are an abundance of local restaurants and cafes dotted throughout the village including Amaretto Italian Kitchen and Bar, Three Sisters Bake in Quarriers Village, The Coach House and more.
Bridge of Weir Primary and is situated in the village and there is St Fillan’s Primary School nearby. Private school St Columba’s in neighbouring village Kilmacolm. The catchment school for secondary education is Gryffe High in Houston and St Benedict’s High School.