£169,000 Offers over
Taylor William present to the market this traditional built three bed semi detached villa. The well presented home is within walking distance to all local amenities, transport networks and primary/secondary school. Early viewing highly recommended to appreciate the overall size and unique appeal of this lovely property.
Access to the property is through a long reception hallway which gives access to the well proportioned front facing lounge with feature wood burner fire.
The centrepiece of the property is the open plan dining/family room/breakfasting kitchen with feature wooden beam and velux windows in the ceiling. The kitchen boasts ample wall and base units, complimentary worktops, Range cooker, integrated appliances including an oven, dishwasher and hood. The kitchen equally benefits from French doors leading to the sunny enclosed private garden. Completing the lower accommodation is a family bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath and excellent storage cupboards throughout.
The upper accommodation is completed with three double bedrooms, the master bedroom with neutral decor, fitted wardrobes, fabulous views over the forth valley and ochils, a new modern en-suite bathroom and excellent storage.
Further points of interest include gas central heating, excellent storage facilities, double glazing, neutral decor and flooring throughout
Occupying gardens to the front and rear of the property, the property is complemented by a private driveway and garage.
Council Tax - C
EPC - C
Locale- The village of Brightons justifiably enjoys its reputation as a desirable place to live. It is ideally situated and is well placed for the M9/M876 commuting to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. Those preferring not to drive are well catered for as the train station and bus routes are all within walking distance. There are primary and secondary schools, leisure facilities, swimming pool and recreation grounds. There are ample local amenities including a 24hr Tesco. The nearby town of Falkirk is also home to the award winning Helix Project, covering almost 300 hectares of outdoor recreational space filled with woodland, park, water sports lagoon, pathways, cycle ways, and the popular 30m landmark sculptures, The Kelpies. The Falkirk Wheel is also nearby with the Worlds first and only rotating boatlift joining the forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.
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