£70,000 Offers Over
This bright spacious end terraced villa has been well presented, which is a credit to its present owner. The property would provide suitable accommodation for couple or young family and benefits from spacious garden grounds. The property comprises: entrance hall, lounge/dining area, breakfasting kitchen, 2 double bedrooms and shower room. The property further benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. Externally, as previously mentioned there are large garden grounds to side and rear, mainly laid to lawn with garden shed, and there is also a garden to front. There is on street parking to the front of the property. The property has been well placed for access to the local amenities, and early viewing is recommended.
The town of Falkirk enjoys an interesting historical past and is well placed for the M9/M876 motorways and two railway stations offering connections to Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow along with a regular bus service. The town centre, along with the retail park offers a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants. For the family there are primary and secondary schools and the newly opened Helix featuring the world famous Kelpies.
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