Ralston is a small suburban area on the edge of Paisley overlooking the Glennifer Braes with Barshaw Park acting as a natural boundary line between Paisley and Ralston.
Ralston is a desirable area for young families looking to relocate due to its close proximity to local amenities in Paisley, Renfrewshire and Glasgow, schools and local amenities.
Painted stone cottages define Glasgow Road all the way to the Renfrewshire border and semi-detached houses and traditional flat conversions are common in Ralston.
Local attractions include, Ralston Golf Course, an 18-hole parkland course, Ralston Community Sports Centre which as a full size synthetic football pitch incorporating three seven-a-side pitches, a dance studio and a gym and Ralston library.
Nearby restaurants can be found in Paisley. Café Royale on Glasgow Road provides stylish Italian dinning and is a great place for a delicious brunch or a quick coffee and cake.
Both the centre of Paisley and Intu Braehead Shopping Centre and Soar Entertainment Complex are within easy reach of Ralston.
Local transport links provide quick and easy access to surrounding areas including Paisley and Glasgow City Centre. The nearest train stations are Crookston, Hillington East and Hillington West and local bus services runs a regular service.
Ralston Primary and St John Oglivie Primary are the local primary schools and Paisley Grammar and St Andrew’s Academy are the high schools in the catchment area.