£160,000 Offers over
This is an outstanding opportunity to acquire a stunning traditional main door three bedroom traditional lower flat, which has under gone a comprehensive program of modernisation and yet still retaining a number of traditional 1930's features and charm. Set within this popular pocket within Falkirk, the property is ideally situated and offers access to all of Falkirk's local amenities.
The accommodation comprises entrance vestibule leading to reception hallway, spacious bay windowed lounge with feature fire place with remote controlled living gas flame fire insert, modern fitted kitchen complete a range of base and wall mounted units, worktops with storage cupboard. The kitchen then leads to the rear facing rear porch. Two further double bedrooms one of which benefits from a feature fire place with remote controlled living gas flame fire insert and there is a third bedroom/dinning room and a family bathroom complete with w/c, wash hand basin and bath with header shower.
There is good storage integrated throughout the layout of this charming home that is further enhanced by gas central heating and double-glazing (expect rear porch which is single glazed)
Externally the property sits amongst lovely, well kept grounds with the front mainly to lawn and flowerbeds with a driveway to side providing off street parking. The rear private west-facing gardens again are mainly to lawn with well stocked and planted flowerbeds and are fully enclosed to offer a high degree of security.
Falkirk is an area steeped in history with first class shopping facilities in the mall/Howgate and Callander Square, a pedestrian high street provides a selection of local independent stores and boutiques. There are a variety of leisure facilities including local sport centres, swimming pools, private health and fitness clubs, carting centre, tennis and running clubs, dry ski slope, golf courses and fishing opportunities. The area proves popular with commuters seeking access via surrounding road and motorway networks to centres of business throughout the central belt and two main line rail links provide express services to both Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Viewing is highly recommended and can be made through the Falkirk branch of Slater Hogg &Howison. EER - Band E
EER - Band E
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