You’ll find the contemporary Glenview development within the bustling town of Forfar, in an area known for its breathtaking scenery, rich history and fantastic food and drink. Surrounded by a landscape of contrasts, Forfar boasts stunning views of rolling farmland and the grand heights of the Angus Glens.
A traditional market town with rich historical significance, modern day Forfar is right at the heart of Angus - perfectly placed for access to Aberdeen and Dundee via the adjacent A90, main bus routes along Dundee Road, and the nearby rail stations at Dundee and Montrose giving wider access to the rest of the UK.
Glenview is also a place for growing families of all ages - from nursery to high school - and it’s well-situated for an array of primary schools and Forfar Academy secondary school.
Whether it’s a comforting pub lunch or outstanding fine dining you’re after, there’s something for everyone within Forfar.
On the second Saturday of every month, Forfar hosts the Angus Farmers Market. Take a wander into town and buy delicious local food from a wide variety of producers from all over Tayside, including delicious soft fruit, organic vegetables and local cheeses.
Relax and experience some of the finest spirits and drinks the area has to offer.
Visit Ogilvy Spirits Visitor Centre in Forfar and be guided through their ‘ground to glass’ potato and vodka production. If you’re more of a gin lover, then you’ll be spoilt for choice with a tasting experience at the award-winning Gin Bothy nestled in the historic village of Glamis.
Beer drinkers are also well catered for at the annual 'Angus Brewfest', a celebration of Scottish Brewers.
Forfar boasts the best of both worlds - a bustling town centre with the opportunity to escape to the countryside within minutes.
Lace up your walking boots and tackle the various walks and hikes that surround Forfar. Take a 2.5 mile leisurely stroll around Forfar Loch circuit, or challenge yourself with a 10 mile walk on the long and enchanting Glen Esk, just an hour drive away from Forfar.
Keen cyclists are spoilt with the Glamis Castle to Glen Clova route, a 44 mile ride that starts in rural Angus Countryside and ends in the Highland Glens.
History and culture are not in short supply either - with the Meffan Museum and Gallery taking pride of place in Forfar town centre, and the iconic Glamis Castle just 5 miles away.