£170,000 Offers around
This authentic and deceptively large property extends over three levels and provides an extremely flexible layout. Centrally situated in Dunblane's conservation area, the property benefits from a garden to the rear and ample on-street parking. The property is currently supplied with gas and electricity from the larger adjoining property of Old Churches House, however, the purchaser will require to establish a completely new supply to the premises.
On the ground floor the property comprises four principle rooms as well as a kitchen and bathroom. An internal stairwell leads to the first floor, where a further four rooms plus additional bathroom stretch over the whole level. From here the staircase leads to the top-floor comprising of two rooms, the larger one with fitted kitchen.
All rooms are decorated in neutral white and benefit from carpeted flooring. The main kitchen on the ground floor has been fitted out with laminate and there are several integrated appliances included in the sale.
Initial plans indicate that an internal re-configuration would allow this property to be converted into three separate apartments if the required consents can be obtained. Independent architectural advice should be sought to verify the viability of such plans. As demand for two bedroom apartments in Dunblane is consistently high, the agents would be able to advise on selling potential and assist in the marketing of these units at a later stage.
The date of entry is flexible and by mutual agreement. Viewing is by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.
All local services and amenities are readily accessible; while the more extensive facilities offered in Stirling are only a ten-minute drive to the south. The beautiful and historic City of Dunblane gains its city status from the magnificent 13th century Cathedral that dominates the local landscape. It boasts primary and secondary schools with first-class reputations; indeed The Times recently pronounced the High School fourth overall in Scotland. Dunblane possesses good leisure facilities with a challenging eighteen-hole golf course, a swimming pool, numerous sports and social clubs, including the local tennis club and excellent Dunblane Youth and Sports Centre. Andy Murray's Cromlix House Hotel with its Chez Roux restaurant and Gleneagles Hotel and Spa are within an easy drive, not to mention The Kailyard by Nick Nairn at the Dunblane Hydro Hotel and the popular Hotel and Brasserie at Old Churches House. The ever-growing High Street is home to the award-winning Tilly Tearoom and a selection of other excellent restaurants, bars, cafes and independent retailers. With its easy access to the road and rail network covering central Scotland and beyond, Dunblane remains a very desirable area amongst house hunters.
The property is only a few minutes' walk from St Mary's Episcopal school and also in walking distance to the High School, the station and all other local amenities.
The date of entry is flexible and by mutual agreement and viewing is strictly by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.
Council tax: Not yet assessed
Approximate room sizes:
Room 1: 310x240
Room 2: 310x300
Room 3: 240x230
Room 4: 400x180
Room 5: 245x200
Room 6: 415x220
Room 1: 530x330
Room 2: 350x225
Room 3: To be advised
Room 4: To be advised
Room 1: 365x265
Room 2: 354x225
Please note that while we have made every effort to prepare this schedule with care, it is not a report on the condition of the property and it does not constitute an offer of sale. All room measurements and floor plans are for guidance only and are approximate. Please refer to the home report and consult your solicitor before entering into any legal contract.
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