£330,000 Offers over
Previously used as a church hall, this property will appeal to anyone looking for a home with genuine character. It is located in the quiet village of Gargunnock, 7 miles to the west of Stirling. It offers unique style and character at the foot of the Gargunnock Hills and Campsie Fells.
This home is truly wonderful and only a viewing will let you appreciate its size and original features, such as wooden wall panelling, high ceilings, solid oak floors and large doors and windows.
This fantastic property features a large and welcoming entrance hall with original stone flooring, leading to a spacious lounge which forms the centre of this magnificent house. There is a large wood-burning stove with fireplace and plenty of original features such as wood panelling, high ceilings and wooden floors. Patio doors lead out to the well-maintained garden at the side of this room from where clear views open up to Ben Ledi and the Trossachs.
To the rear is a large modern kitchen, fitted with oak effect wall and base units, colour-coordinated granite worktops, integrated electric oven, ceramic hob and dishwasher. Leading on from here is a well-proportioned utility room and a small cloakroom on a raised level.
There are five spacious bedrooms, three of which have a separate dressing area and adjoining en-suite shower rooms. All bedrooms benefit from neutral décor and large windows drawing in plenty of daylight.
The accommodation further includes a very bright study, an impressive inner hallway and a separate dining area on a raised level, as well as a family bathroom.
The property benefits from modern and efficient oil-fired heating and double-glazing throughout.
Externally, there are well-cared for gardens to the front and side of the house. The mature garden offers privacy and has lawn, gravel pathways and planted areas as well as a decked patio.
To the front of the house is a large gravel drive with off-street parking for multiple cars.
The village of Gargunnock has retained its village character and friendly community spirit. Most amenities are within easy reach including a well-stocked local shop, a church, a playpark, and other leisure and social activities. The village primary school enjoys an excellent reputation whilst secondary schooling is provided in Stirling or Balfron. The historic city of Stirling is 7 miles to the east and offers with a wide variety of shops, restaurants and other facilities. An extensive road network and a regular bus service provide easy access to Stirling, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth. There are lovely walks in and around the village, and the Trossachs countryside is only a short drive away.
The date of entry is flexible and by mutual agreement. Viewing is by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.
Travel directions: Coming from Stirling travel west on the A811 past the first signpost for Gargunnock. Take the second entrance to the village, turning onto Station Road. The property is about 500 yards along on the right-hand side just past the primary school.EPC rating: D.
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