£85,000 Offers over
This two-bedroomed second floor Victorian flat dating from 1891 is in excellent move-in condition. It extends over approximately 57 sq m. The accommodation comprises hall, living/dining room, kitchen, sitting/double bedroom, second double bedroom, and shower room. It boasts lovely high ceilings, giving it a very light and spacious feel, and is decorated in neutral tones throughout.
There is a bright and comfortable living/dining room to the rear of the property. A door leads from here into a freshly presented kitchen, fitted with a combination of wall-mounted units and neutral laminate worktops. There is a double stainless steel sink with drainer and all appliances such as electric oven and hob, washing machine, fridge/freezer and microwave are included in the sale. The walls are part-tiled and the kitchen floor has been laid with a cushioned vinyl covering.
Both double bedrooms overlook the front of the property and have ample space for furnishings and free-standing storage. The larger of the two rooms, which is currently laid out as a sitting room, has a beautiful solid fuel burning fire with a surround of rustic pine and picture tiles and an Italian slate hearth.
The shower room is fitted with a period-style white basin and wc, and the large shower enclosure houses both electric and mains shower heads.
The property benefits from PVC double-glazing, and warmth and hot water are provided by a well-maintained modern gas-fired Worcester boiler. The property is protected by smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in the living room and sitting room.
Externally, there is a communal garden to the rear of the property providing clothes drying facilities and a place to relax. Particular to the property, there is a large under-stairs cupboard, which provides ample space for storing various equipment, including bicycles, and personal belongings.
The historic City of Stirling offers the excellent Thistle and Marches Shopping Centres with many well known retail stores, a cinema, and various recreational facilities including swimming, ice-skating, indoor bowling and golf. Stirling University is close by and the M8 and M9 motorway links make it easily reached from all surrounding areas and for commuting by road or rail to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Perth, and throughout central Scotland.
The date of entry is flexible and by mutual agreement and viewing is by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.
Approximate room sizes:
Sitting room/Bedroom 2: 4.15m x 3.82m
Living/Dining room: 4.28m x 2.8m
Kitchen: 1.61m x 2.58m
Bedroom 1: 4.10m x 2.75m
Bathroom: 2.80m x 1.29m
Council Tax Band: BEPC rating: D.
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