6 properties to rent in Carluke

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Average rent in Carluke is £247. Overall, a 1 bed flat in Carluke costs £385 and each additional bedroom costs £23 extra.

 

 

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Council Tax Band - B is the most prevalent in Carluke. 0% of all property is Council Tax Band - H.

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In July, Lettingweb listed 5 properties in Carluke, which is 100% lower than in June.
The green line here is showing how many flats are available in Carluke over the past 12 months and the blue how many people are looking.

Currently there’s more blue than green, which means that you’ll have to be quick to beat the competition to a property you’re interested in.

Clydesdale West, South Lanarkshire, ML8, 2 bedroom property
Call 01555 668 140
Clydesdale West, South Lanarkshire, ML8, 1 bedroom property
Call 01555 668 140
Clydesdale West, South Lanarkshire, ML8, 1 bedroom property
Call 01555 668 140
Clydesdale West, South Lanarkshire, ML8, 2 bedroom property
Call 0141 376 5707
Clydesdale West, South Lanarkshire, ML8, 2 bedroom property
Call 01555 668 140
Clydesdale West, South Lanarkshire, ML8, 3 bedroom property
Call 01555 668 140
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Flats to rent in Carluke

The town of East Kilbride sits on the A726 as it navigates its slow circular sweep around the city of Glasgow, linking the towns of Hamilton and Motherwell to the east with the smaller settlements of Giffnock, Newton Mearns and Barrhead to the west. One major claim to fame ofr East Kilbride is that, two years after the end of the war in 1947, it was designated Scotland's first New Town. From East Kilbride it is easy to access the City of Glasgow itself, for which East Kilbride may indeed be said to be a suburb rather than an independent entity: a swift trip north will take you into the city centre after just 8 miles.

Landmarks and amenities in East Kilbride include the Dollan Aqua centre, a listed building. An urban myth which circulates around these baths states that they are 5cm short of the legislated length for an Olympic-size swimming pool. While the myth is untrue, it is stories like this which sometimes give a place more character and individuality than the mundane truth ever could. Residents of East Kilbride can also enjoy the National Museum of Rural Life and the nearby James Hamilton Heritage Park, complete with watersports facilities.