£152,000 Offers over
FULL DISCRIPTION Martin & Co are delighted to present to the market this fantastic traditional farm steading conversion set in a semi-rural location, yet well placed for Stirling City Centre. Accommodation includes: a spacious lounge, country style dining kitchen, bright hardwood conservatory, three double bedrooms with master en-suite and family bathroom. Phone now to avoid disappointment.
The property is a fantastic traditional farm steading conversion set in a semi-rural location, yet well placed for Stirling City Centre. Accommodation includes: a spacious lounge, country style dining kitchen, bright hardwood conservatory, three double bedrooms with master en-suite and family bathroom. The property also benefits from ample off street parking, oil fired central heating and mature gardens with rural views over surrounding fields. Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the property on offer.
The historic town of Stirling, which now has city status, is situated on the banks of the River Forth, and is the gateway to the spectacular scenery of the Trossachs and beyond. The town enjoys good shopping facilities along with a variety of sports and leisure amenities and provides educational requirements at both primary and secondary level, whilst Stirling University lies to the north of the town. For the commuter, the area is served by the M9 and M876 motorways along with the A9 which gives access to Perth and the north. A mainline railway station provides rail links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth. A bus station is located in the town centre.
The property is entered via a timber door leading to the welcoming entrance hallway.
Doors leading to lounge, kitchen, downstairs bedroom and WC. Under stair storage cupboard. Large cloakroom cupboard. Carpet. Radiator. Stair case to upper level.
12' 11" x 19' 4" (3.94m x 5.89m) Good sized lounge with double glazed window to the rear and French doors leading to the conservatory. Radiator. Carpet. Ample space for lounge furniture.
10' 7" x 13' 0" (3.23m x 3.96m) Timber conservatory with half brick base. Ample space for use as an open plan dining family room. Tiled flooring. French doors to the garden. Provides fantastic views of the surrounds.
Kitchen / Dining Room
12' 6" x 18' 6" (3.81m x 5.64m) Has a range of base and wall mounted units in a country style oak finish with contrasting work surfaces. Ample space for dining table. Large storage cupboard. Space for fridge/freezer. Double glazed window to the rear.
A bright third double bedroom currently used as a home office. Carpet. Wall mounted radiator. Double glazed window to the front.
Handy downstairs toilet comprising WC and wash hand basin. Vinyl flooring. Wall mounted radiator.
Carpet. Open plan. Timber balustrade.
Gives access to two further bedrooms and the family bathroom.
13' 6" x 9' 11" (4.11m x 3.02m) Double glazed dormer window to the front with fantastic rural views. Carpets. Access to the en-suite. Ample space for a double bed or king sized bed. Fitted storage wardrobes.
Three piece white suite to include: WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle. Velux window. Vinyl flooring.
12' 0" x 10' 2" (3.66m x 3.1m) Double glazed dormer window to the front. Wall mounted radiator. Carpet. Ample space for a double or king sized bed. Ample space for wardrobe of to build fitted storage cupboard.
Three piece white suite with tiling to half height. WC, wash hand basin and bath. Velux window. Radiator.
The property has gardens to the front with ample parking and countryside views. The garden has a patio area, garden shed and lawned area to front.
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