£125,000 Offers over
Rarely available, this charming property comprises a lounge, kitchen with dining space, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Built around 1900, this delightful, traditionally-built detached home offers cosy accommodation extending to approximately 61 sqm.
This property would be suitable for first time buyers or as a short-term holiday let and could present an excellent opportunity for an investor. Its character and proximity to all local attraction and facilities would most likely have a strong appeal for people visiting the Cathedral City of Dunblane.
Decorated in neutral tones throughout and fitted with either carpets or laminate flooring this property exudes original charm and character.
On entering the property, the tiled entrance leads to a well-proportioned lounge with wood / coal burning fireplace. The bright lounge draws in plenty of light from its front-facing window and neutral colours reflect the daylight.
From here a door leads to the kitchen which benefits from fitted birch-coloured wall and floor units complete with laminate worktops. The kitchen includes a fridge with freezer compartment, an electric oven and gas hob. A washing machine is also included in the sale. The kitchen is big enough to accommodate a small breakfast area.
Off the kitchen, and conveniently next to the rear door, there is also a useful storage cupboard.
Carpeted stairs lead to the first floor comprising two bedrooms and a bathroom. A bright double bedroom faces the front of the house and has been decorated in neutral colours. A double built-in wardrobe provides convenient storage space.
A second bedroom which can accommodate two single beds faces the quiet rear of the property.
The bathroom features a white suite including a bath with shower over, hand-basin and WC. The walls are wood-panelled and the floor has been tiled.
Warmth is provided by a regularly serviced gas central heating system and the property is part double and part single-glazed.
All local services and amenities are readily accessible, while the city of Stirling is 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, provides good leisure facilities with a challenging eighteen-hole golf course, numerous sports and social clubs, including the local tennis club and excellent Dunblane Youth and Sports Centre. Recent additions like The Riverside Restaurant, Old Churches House Hotel and Brasserie and the acclaimed Tilly Tearoom, as well as the well-known DoubleTree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro hotel, have made Dunblane an ever more popular location. With its easy access to the road and rail network covering central Scotland and beyond, Dunblane remains a much sought-after area amongst house hunters.
The date of entry is flexible and by mutual agreement. Viewing is by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.
Council tax: Band D
Superfast broadband: available in the area
Sky TV: available in the area
Dunblane Primary: Yes
Dunblane High School: Yes
Approximate room sizes
Lounge: 5.0m x 4.4m
Kitchen:2.9m x 2.8m
Bedroom 1: 3.8m x 3.5m
Bedroom 2:4.0m x 2.1m
Bathroom: 2.2m x 1.4m
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