£84,000 Offers over
Enjoying a central location within the very heart of Dunblane, this charming apartment would suit a range of purchasers looking to acquire a smart and well-maintained property. The accommodation extends over one level to around 590 square feet (55 sqm) and is tastefully decorated throughout, retaining many original features such as high ceilings and decorative coving.
The accommodation can be accessed via an internal staircase to the third floor of this building and comprises a large entrance hall, a bright lounge, a modern kitchen, bathroom, and a double bedroom.
The front door opens into a large hallway from which all rooms lead off. The spacious lounge is designed to suit all occasions from entertaining guests to simply relaxing. The lounge décor is neutral and there is sufficient space for a dining table alongside the sitting area. A large bay window overlooks the front of the property and a working fireplace with stone hearth and wood surround gives the room a pleasant focal point.
The large kitchen is fitted with beech effect wall and floor-mounted units and complementary dark grey worktops. The kitchen has been fitted out with a fridge (+freezer compartment), washing machine, electric oven, and gas hob, all of which are included in the sale. The large rear window allows views towards the Allanwater.
The cosy bedroom with large built-in wardrobe space faces the front of the property and has been decorated in neutral tones.
The bathroom features a white suite comprising a bath with an electric shower over, a WC and a washbasin. Light is drawn in through a window facing the rear of the house.
A gas central heating system provides warmth and hot water. A modern and well-maintained boiler is located in the kitchen.
This property represents a great opportunity to live in the very centre of Dunblane with close access to the town and all its amenities whilst still feeling suitably private.
Parking is available on the High Street and also in the free car park at Millrow, which is only a short distance from the property.
All local services and amenities are readily accessible; while the more extensive facilities offered in Stirling are only a ten-minute drive to the south. The beautiful and historic City of Dunblane gains its city status from the magnificent 13th century Cathedral that dominates the local landscape. It boasts primary and secondary schools with first-class reputations; indeed The Times recently pronounced the High School fourth overall in Scotland. Dunblane possesses good leisure facilities with a challenging eighteen-hole golf course, a swimming pool, numerous sports and social clubs, including the local tennis club and excellent Dunblane Youth and Sports Centre. Andy Murray’s Cromlix House Hotel with its Chez Roux restaurant, and Gleneagles Hotel and Spa are within an easy drive, not to mention The Kailyard by Nick Nairn at the DoubleTree Dunblane Hydro Hotel. The ever-growing High Street is home to the award-winning Tilly Tearoom and a selection of other excellent restaurants, bars, cafes and independent retailers. With its easy access to the road and rail network covering central Scotland and beyond, Dunblane remains a very desirable area amongst house hunters.
The date of entry is flexible and by mutual agreement. Viewing is by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.
Hall: 2.45m x 2.10m
Lounge: 5.95m x 3.30m
Kitchen: 3.20m x 3.00m
Bathroom: 3.25m x 1.45m
Bedroom: 4.05m x 2.35m
Council Tax Band: B
PLEASE NOTE: Whilst this brochure has been prepared with care, it is not a report on the condition of this property. Its terms are not warranted and do not constitute an offer to sell. All room measurements are approximate only. Floor plans are for illustration only and may not be to scale. All measurements are taken from the widest to the longest point.
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