£90,000 Offers Over
Traditional end terraced cottage offering versatile accommodation. The property has been freshly decorated and benefits from the installation of a new boiler in August 2016. The property would provide ideal accommodation for first time buyer or buy to let investor, and comprises: entrance hall, spacious lounge, kitchen, shower room and bedroom all on the lower level, the upper level gives access to large double bedroom. The property further benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. Externally there are enclosed gardens to rear, laid to patio and lawn and parking for 2 cars. Viewing of this bright spacious property is recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Located on the outskirts of Denny is the village of Longcroft. Denny is well placed for the commuter providing road links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. Denny Town Centre offers a range of amenities to include primary and secondary schools, shopping and leisure facilities, with public transport of bus links. Nearby the larger towns of Falkirk and Stirling offer a larger range of amenities with mainline railway stations providing rail links to both Edinburgh and Glasgow.
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