£110,000 Offers over
Seldom available within the central belt of Scotland, a rare opportunity to breathe life back into a fine traditional home that enjoys a fabulous rural setting with open out looks to the front.
Situated on the edge of the village of Avonbridge, the subjects sits a sizable plot and was once a charming traditional cottage that had been successfully extended to the rear to form a generously proportioned family home with timber out buildings that still remain. The out buildings were used a stable block in a previous life and with a little imagination, (and relevant planning consents) could easily be utilised as a garage, studio, teenage annex to name but a few.
The sandstone remains of the original dwelling house remain within the site and it is expected it may also be possible to incorporate these within the new building project. All planning applications would be the entire responsibility of any prospective purchaser. This is a unique opportunity for the self-builder to create a remarkable dwelling within exceptionally private garden grounds enjoying wonderful countryside views across open fields. The subjects may also appeal to those seeking to new life in the country.
The semi-rural village of Avonbridge provides a range of local convenience shopping and primary school. The property lies within seven miles of the major town of Falkirk which offers a more extensive range of amenities including main line rail links from Falkirk High station to the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. The surrounding arterial road and motorway network proves popular with commuters seeking access to Glasgow, Stirling, Falkirk, Grangemouth, Fife and Edinburgh centres of business.
A rare opportunity to breathe life back into a fine traditional home that enjoys a fabulous rural setting with open out looks to the front.
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