£60,000 Offers over
Upper cottage flat occupying a picturesque setting aside open countryside and the Celtic football Club training ground. The property has been well maintained throughout and features gas central heating system. The property further benefits from well prepared mature garden grounds and fabulous room sizes internally.
The accommodation comprises main door access with staircase to the first floor, entrance hallway, spacious lounge with attractive bay window formation and oregon pine flooring, good size kitchen overlooking the rear gardens with two large pantry cupboards, two double size bedrooms and modern tiled showerroom with three-piece suite. Gas central heating system. Private mature gardens grounds which are particularly impressive to the rear. The mature garden benefit from a greenhouse, blackcurrant and redcurrant bushes, a plum tree and two apple trees , 1 produces the delicious Stirling Castle apple and the other is the Bramley Apple for cooking.
EER BAND D
EER BAND D
Lounge 18' x 11'4" (5.49m x 3.45m).
Kitchen 10'3" x 9'10" (3.12m x 3m).
Bedroom 1 15'2" x 10' (4.62m x 3.05m).
Bedroom 2 13' x 10'11" (3.96m x 3.33m).
Shower Room 5'7" x 4'4" (1.7m x 1.32m).
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