£205,000 Offers Over
This stunning Victorian villa has four bedrooms and boasts bright, spacious living areas with many of its` original period features intact.
The wide and welcoming driveway is newly laid to cream coloured stone chips, and extends to the back of the property, and to a double garage, with workshop area.
The grand entrance into the vestibule, leads to the large reception hall with stairs leading to the upper levels. A storage cupboard is located under the main stairs.
The lounge is beautifully presented, with large bay window providing a great amount of natural lighting, oak wooden floors, and features an attractive fireplace with oak surround.
The second reception room, or "Family room" is currently used as the master bedroom
The breakfasting kitchen / kitchen dining-room is open-plan and there is plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs, as well as potential for reconfiguration of the kitchen area. The cream glossed kitchen units are complimented with chrome handles and light-wood worktops, and there is a fitted electric oven and gas hob.
To the rear of the kitchen is a shower room with basin and W.C, and a useful utility room with sink, which also houses the gas boiler, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Upstairs, there are a further three double bedrooms, family bathroom, and a boxroom which could be used as a further single bedroom, study or nursery. Two large storage cupboards are located on the first landing.
The rear garden is easily maintained, laid with stone chips. The driveway extends from front to the rear of the property, with room for turning, with space for several cars thereon. Mature green hedges and evergreen trees thrive along the garden boundaries, also providing a high degree of privacy.
Gas central heating and double glazing.
Grangemouth sits on the south bank of the River Forth and offers a wide range of housing, schooling and recreational facilities. Nestled adjacent to the M9 motorway, there is easy access to Edinburgh, Falkirk, Stirling and Glasgow. Educational requirements are met by both primary and secondary schools. The La Porte shopping centre is close by and offers a variety of shops and stores. Popular local amenities are a short distance away, including the newly opened Helix which provides a range of family activities and incorporates the famous Kelpies.
EPC RATING: E
COUNCIL TAX BAND: D
OFFERS OVER - £ 205,000
LIDDLE & ANDERSON
2 MARKET STREET
TEL: 01506 822727
FAX: 01506 828066
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Selling Agents.
DATE OF ENTRY Negotiable
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