Renfrewshire Council

Ranfurly Conservation Area

Ranfurly was built as a commuter dormitory on elevated land above Bridge of Weir from the 1880s to 1910s with large houses in various styles set in well wooded grounds. 

It was designated a conservation area in 1982.

The following properties lie within the conservation area boundary:

  • Bankend (all properties)
  • Bankhead Road (all properties)
  • Bonar Crescent (properties on north side only)
  • Castle Terrace (all properties)
  • Clevans Road ('Burnside', 'Greenways', 'Inchgarvie', 'Lyleburn' and 'Renshyn' only)
  • Collace Avenue (all properties)
  • Golfcourse Road (all properties excluding Dundaraich Cottage)
  • Gryffe Road (all properties)
  • Hazelwood Avenue (all properties)
  • Hazelwood Lane (all properties)
  • Hazelwood Road (all properties from Prieston Road to Kilgraston Road)
  • Horsewood Road (properties on east side between Thriplee Road and Prieston Road only)
  • Kilbarchan Road (nos 1-27 and 2-36 only)
  • Kilgraston Road ('Beauly' & 'The Grange' only)
  • Lawnmarnock Road ('The Barn' & 'Tigh-an-Rhu' only)
  • Main Street (Freeland House only)
  • Montrose Terrace (all properties)
  • Prieston Road (all properties)
  • Ranfurly Place (Sports Club, 'Glencairn', 'Minard', 'Dilkhusha', 'Gorwood', 'Aincroft' and 'Ranfurly House' only)
  • Ranfurly Road (Craigmount & Torholm only)
  • Watt Road (properties between Hazelwood Road & Bonar Crescent/Watt Lane only)

The boundary of the Ranfurly Conservation Area can be viewed on the interactive map under the related links sections on this page. 

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