£165,000 Offers over
Martin&Co are delighted to offer to market this rarely available three bedroom flat set within a converted Victorian mansion house. Internally the property requires a degree of modernisation and upgrading throughout, however this is reflected in both the asking price and home report value. The property is well located in the heart of the Stirlingshire town of Bridge of Allan. This offers a wide range of local shopping, leisure and schooling facilities and good road, bus and rail links across Central Scotland. An internal viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the potential of property on offer.
Set on the ground floor, this property consists of entrance hallway, lounge, galley style kitchen with access to rear courtyard, three double bedrooms and bathroom (shower over bath). The property further benefits from large communal gardens to front and rear and shared off-road parking.
Living room - 5.05m x 3.97m
Kitchen - 3.55m x 2.71m
Bedroom 1 - 3.57m x 3.73m
Bedroom 2 - 2.94m x 4.07m
Bedroom 3 - 3.92m x 3.34m
Bathroom - 3.22m x 1.67m
Measurements are approximate and in most cases are taken with a sonic measuring device and are taken to the widest point.
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