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Greenock lies on the South Bank of the River Clyde at the ‘Tail of the Bank’, where the River expands into the Firth of Clyde. Looking out over to the Clyde’s northern bank, and with the Clyde Muirshel Regional Park to the south of the town, Greenock is a picturesque place to live. Having grown from a small 18th century fishing community, Greenock is now a large town but still with the same community feel.
By the mouth of the River Clyde, yet only 45 minutes away from Glasgow, Greenock is a place of natural beauty with all the advantages of being in an urban area with goad road connections. The last thing you want to do when looking at houses in the area is to be constantly worrying about the legal aspects of moving house and the administrative aspects of property transferral or re-mortgaging. Reallymoving makes it as easy as possible to give you easily comparable quotes from local, trusted conveyancing solicitors that cover all the legal costs of any property transaction.
All of our partners in the area offer competitive rates and a smooth and efficient service, so you won’t have to worry about any of the complicated paperwork that goes with your property transaction. Why not explore what the area has to offer in the meantime, with attractions such as the Town Hall and the Free French Memorial Hill just some of the distinctive landmarks in the Inverclyde area.
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