Oatlands is a residential neighbourhood of Glasgow, conveniently situated for the city centre and local transport routes. On the south bank of the River Clyde and approximately one mile south east of the city centre, Oatlands is part of Gorbals, an area that has undergone something of a renaissance in recent times. Close by there is a shopping centre, an award winning library and a learning centre.
A choice of local schools including: St Francis Primary, Blackfriars Primary, Sacred Heart Primary, Victoria Primary, St James Primary and Holyrood Secondary School.
Oatlands is a residential neighbourhood of Glasgow, currently undergoing major regeneration to become a high quality, desirable location for cosmopolitan living. The area benefits from being part of a major European city with all of the cosmopolitan and cultural attractions one would expect. Indeed, Glasgow has a rich cultural heritage and plenty of museums and galleries to explore. It is also one of Europe's most popular shopping destinations and offers residents and visitors a vibrant nightlife. Closer to home, Oatlands and its surrounding areas are home to a leisure centre with pool, a library, a learning centre, riverside walks and attractions, the Braehead Arena, Braehead Park, a bowling green and a rowing club.
The recently opened Emirates Arena located only a mile from Richmond Gate is home to the widely anticipated Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and is home to Glasgow Rocks - Glasgows Basketball team. Facilities include a state of the art gym offering regular exercise glasses and a modern heatlh suite and spa.
Close to bus and rail links, with good access to the city by road.
Local shops and amenities, plus a library, leisure centre and children's play area.