£260,000 Offers over
Within an area where demand for property is consistently high and only around 5-10 minutes' walk from the centre of Dunblane, Belmont House is a large three-bedroomed apartment in the lower conversion of a sizeable detached stone-built villa.
The generously proportioned, flexible and well-presented accommodation extends over one level and is sure to appeal to a wide range of potential purchasers looking to acquire a traditional style of property with original features lending charm and character.
The accommodation comprises a welcoming front entrance porch with black and white tiled flooring. The roomy kitchen sits to the right of the hall and is tastefully decorated to highlight the wooden panelling, a ceiling rose and a Belfast sink. Oak worktops and pale cream units offer workspace and storage while the generous proportions of the room allow for a dining area. To the front of the kitchen are large sash windows with built-in timber seating, allowing for views of the private garden. A Zanussi double oven with an electric hob isincluded in the sale.
The kitchen leads into another hallway where the lounge and first and second bedrooms can be found. The well-proportioned lounge is situated at the rear of the hallway and boasts many traditional characteristics including original cornicing, a ceiling rose, an ornate fireplace with a log burner, high ceilings, a large bay window and working wooden shutters. From the lounge there is a door that leads into the main hallway of the building which is shared with the other residents. Beneath the main stairwell a private storage cupboard is located.
The first double bedroom has large west-facing windows overlooking the front garden and quiet street beyond. There is a beautiful decorative ceiling, wooden shutters and a built-in cupboard offering storage. The well-proportioned second double bedroom has a sash and case window viewing the beautiful private garden.
Both the bathroom and third bedroom are accessed from the entrance hall. To the left is a generous bathroom with a white suite including a Victorian-style wash basin, a WC, a bath and a separate modern Aqualisa shower. The ambience is in-keeping with the rest of the house yet blended tastefully with modern aspects such as beautiful Metro wall tiling.
The third bedroom benefits from large built-in wardrobes with mirrored doors and is decorated and carpeted in neutral tones. There are 2 windows overlooking the private and peaceful rear garden.
In addition to the main accommodation and accessible from the garden is a practical utility room, which has been fitted with floor and wall-mounted units, sink and offers space for a washing machine.
There is also a charming and generously-sized summerhouse in the garden with laminate flooring and electricity and double glazing. This beautiful hideaway would make an ideal workshop or craft studio.
The garden and house blend together in happy harmony and add a sense of welcome when entering through a side gate at the end of a well-proportioned driveway. There are several patios, a lawn area and beautiful mature flower beds in this delightful garden, which would be suited to both entertaining and relaxing.
There is a large drive way leading up to the property with sufficient parking for 2 vehicles.
All local services and amenities are readily accessible; while the more extensive facilities offered in Stirling are only a ten-minute drive to the south. The beautiful and historic City of Dunblane gains its city status from the magnificent 13th century Cathedral that dominates the local landscape. It boasts primary and secondary schools with first-class reputations; indeed The Times recently pronounced the High School fourth overall in Scotland. Dunblane possesses good leisure facilities with a challenging eighteen-hole golf course, a swimming pool, numerous sports and social clubs, including the local tennis club and excellent Dunblane Youth and Sports Centre. Andy Murray's Cromlix House Hotel with its Chez Roux restaurant and Gleneagles Hotel and Spa are within an easy drive, not to mention The Kailyard by Nick Nairn at the Dunblane Hydro Hotel. The ever-growing High Street is home to the award-winning Tilly Tearoom and a selection of other excellent restaurants, bars, cafes and independent retailers. With its easy access to the road and rail network covering central Scotland and beyond, Dunblane remains a very desirable area amongst house hunters.
The date of entry is flexible and by mutual agreement. Viewing is by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.EPC rating: D.
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