£205,000 Offers over
Within picturesque Blairlogie, nestling at the foot of the Ochil Hills, Ivydean is beautifully appointed and benefits from arguably the best views in the village. Its unique and elegant presentation makes this a most desirable place to call your own.
A beautiful American staircase takes you from the front door to the hall of this upper conversion. From here the well-proportioned and charming accommodation extends over one level and includes a large lounge, kitchen, two double bedrooms (master with shower en-suite), inner hall and bathroom.
The centrepiece of this gorgeous home is the lounge with many original features, including ornate covings, a large ceiling rose and a feature fireplace with cast iron surround and slate base. The décor is kept in tasteful colours and floors are laid with solid pine boards.
The lounge leads to a modern and bright kitchen with a dining area, where there is a cupboard housing the boiler and storage. Solid beech worktops and colour-coordinated wall and floor units offer plenty of workspace and additional storage. The kitchen comprises an integrated electric oven, gas hob and extractor hood which are included in the sale. There is also space for a washer-dryer, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There are uniquely beautiful views towards the Wallace Monument from the kitchen.
The kitchen leads into the inner hallway from where both bedrooms and the bathroom can be accessed.
The master bedroom draws in plenty of light, with views to the Ochil Hills and the village, and has been tastefully decorated in soothing colours. It benefits from a gas fireplace with cast iron and period feature tile surround and soft carpets. From the bedroom there is direct access to an en-suite shower room fitted with an electric Mira shower.
The second double bedroom, with a feature shelved open press, overlooks the front of the property, and benefits again from soft carpets and neutral décor. The property's loft can be accessed from here and provides extra storage space.
The main bathroom is fully tiled, including a decorative window sill and features a modern white suite with bath and shower over.
A lovely feature of this property is its bright inner hallway, which provides flow throughout, and benefits from pine wooden floors, tasteful décor and plenty of windows to enhance the airy feel of the living space.
The property benefits from a well-maintained gas central heating system powered by a modern boiler. It is fully double glazed to the rear, with traditional single glazed timber sash and case to the front in keeping with conservation requirements.
In addition to the main accommodation, and accessible from the garden, is a practical storage cupboard, as well as a charming outhouse with pantile roofing and a fully tiled floor, where garden materials can be kept.
There is also a stunning summerhouse with electricity from which the beautiful garden can be enjoyed. This includes a decking area and a fish pond; it is west facing and a suntrap. The main area of the garden extends to the rear of the property and has been thoughtfully laid out with lawn and planted areas to make the most of this amazing outside space in one of Stirling's most magnificent areas. The garden and house blend together in serene harmony and add a sense of peaceful charm when entering through a side gate at the end of a small path through the front garden.
There is a generous parking space to the front of the house, quite rare in the village, with additional on street parking opposite.
Ivydean offers the most amazing views to the Wallace monument, the Ochil Hills and across the Conservation Area. It provides easy access to the amenities of Bridge of Allan, Dunblane and Stirling. Stirling University is just over a mile away and both primary and secondary level schooling is available in the area with independent schools Beaconhurst School and Dollar Academy within easy reach. There is a local farm shop offering quality produce, and the nearest supermarket is within five minutes by car.
Major road and rail networks offer quick and convenient travel to Stirling, Falkirk, Glasgow, and Edinburgh and throughout central Scotland. There is a regular bus service to Stirling, the Hillfoot villages, Alloa, Kinross and St Andrews.
The date of entry is flexible and by mutual agreement. Viewing is by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.
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