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This beautiful family home is situated in the heart of Falkirk, opposite Comely Park School occupying a prime location overlooking the bowling green. The four bedroom traditional semi-detached villa has a wealth of adaptable living space with two reception areas on the ground floor, a downstairs toilet and large open plan kitchen dining area which leads to the garden.
On the first floor you will find three double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The fourth bedroom is situated on the second floor.
The house is warmed by gas central heating throughout as well as a log burning fire in the lounge and a gas fire in the sitting room.
Full double glazing throughout.
Externally the easily maintained rear garden leads onto a shared driveway and private garage.
The house couldn't be more conveniently placed for the family being across the road from Comely Park Primary School and handy for the local secondary schools. The house is within easy commuting distance of independent schooling in Bridge of Allan, Dollar, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Falkirk High train station with fast, frequent train services directly into the centres of Edinburgh and Glasgow is a few hundred yards away. Grahamston Station is half a mile away offering regular services to Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh. A direct service to London is also available from Grahamston.
Adjacent access from Falkirk to the Central Scotland motorway network allows for easy travel throughout the Central Region and on to the rest of the UK.
Edinburgh Airport is approximately a 35 minute drive away while Glasgow Airport is about an hour away under normal traffic conditions. Each provides flights to a wide selection of domestic and international destinations.
Falkirk is well served for shopping with a range of private businesses and the Howgate and Callendar Square Shopping Centres as well as a thriving, extensive retail park in the town centre where you will find the usual household retail and entertainment brands. There is a wide choice of restaurants and sporting and leisure facilities available. The Falkirk Wheel is a world famous attraction while the new Helix Initiative featuring the Kelpies is fast becoming a major tourist destination in its own right.
EPC Rating D
Council Tax Band D
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Entrance vestibule with inner glass door leading to reception hallway. Patterned tiled flooring.
Reception Hall 16'4" x 5'0" (4.97m x 1.52m)
Bright and welcoming reception hallway accessing the lounge, sitting room, downstairs toilet and the stairs to the upper levels. Hardwood flooring throughout the lower reception rooms and hall. Neutral dÃ©cor with period coving and ceiling rose.
Lounge 20'2" x 14'10" (6.14m x 4.52m)
Accessed from the reception hallway through solid wood doors, the lounge is large and bright with double glazed bay windows overlooking the front garden. Hardwood flooring and neutral dÃ©cor. Feature hand carved fireplace with log burning fire. Period coving and ceiling rose.
The downstairs toilet is conveniently placed on the ground floor. Modern white W.C. and wash hand basin.
Sitting Room 15'11" x 13'4" (4.85m x 4.06m)
Accessed from the reception hallway through solid wood doors, this second reception room is very versatile. This room is currently used as a relaxed sitting room which leads through an archway onto the open plan kitchen and dining area. Hardwood flooring and striking red decor. Feature cast iron fireplace with gas fire. Period coving and ceiling rose complete this impressive sitting room.
Kitchen/Dinning Room 21'7" x 13'4" (6.57m x 4.06m)
The well proportioned kitchen is fitted with an attractive range of wall and floor units. Complementary work surfaces and matching splash backs. 6-burner gas hob and electric oven with extractor hood and stainless steel splashback. The large dining area is an excellent family and socialising space. Grey tiled floor throughout the kitchen and dining area. Overhead light tunnels allow vast amounts of natural daylight. Double patio doors lead on to to the rear garden.
Master Bedroom 14'10" x 11'0" (4.52m x 3.35m)
Spacious double bedroom with two large windows overlooking the front garden. Neutral dÃ©cor with contrasting coving. Neutral carpeting.
Bedroom 2 13'0" x 11'9" (3.96m x 3.58m)
Double bedroom with rear facing window, storage cupboard. Neutral carpeting and decor.
Bedroom 3 11'0" x 10'0" (3.35m x 3.04m)
Double bedroom with twin mirrored- door fitted wardrobes. Neutral carpeting and decor.
Family Bathroom 9'01" x 7'0" (2.76m x 2.13m)
Family bathroom with white roll-top bath and shower over the bath. W.C. and wash hand basin with vanity unit of contemporary design and modern tap fitments. Grey tiled flooring and partially tied walls.
Bedroom 4 15'2" x 12'06" (4.62m x 3.81m)
Carpeted stairway leads to the upper floor where this double bedroom is located. Velux windows afford distant views towards the hills.
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