£450,000 Offers over
Ross &Connel are delighted to present to the market this truly exceptional semi-detached dwellinghouse, which was completed from traditional materials in 1912 and further enhanced with an extension, is located on a large south facing plot with stunning well established gardens and a superb panoramic views over the Forth Valley, Pentlands and 3 bridges.The property, which is ranged over 3 levels, sits within attractive gardens, with the rear of the property facing south on to the large manicured and well stocked gardens. There is a wealth of traditional period features throughout the property, including detailed cornicing, deep set bay window formations, panelled doors, panelled ingoes and fireplaces. On entering the property from the roadside, access can be gained to the front entrance vestibule via a lovely courtyard style garden leading to the spacious hall with a beautiful ornate staircase leading to the upper level. The lounge is pleasantly located on the ground floor to the rear of the property, features a stunning open fireplace, and a deep set, full height bay window overlooking the attractive garden grounds. The spacious family room, which features many period features including a fireplace, has French doors leading to the rear garden. On the ground floor there is also a utility room and handy cloaks cupboard, which gives access to the modern shower room. A particular feature this property has to offer is the superbly proportioned family/dining/breakfasting kitchen, which is of outstanding quality custom made by David Douglas, with a full range of floor and wall mounted units in solid Oak, complete with granite work surfaces and many features including a double walk in pantry, wine rack, plate rack, display shelving to name a few. The kitchen features a stunning Inglenook fireplace with log burning stove. To the upper level there is a spacious landing, four bedrooms with the family bathroom, comprising of wash-hand basin and roll top bath and traditional tiling. The top floor offers a further double bedroom with excellent storage accommodation. The property further benefits from double glazing with sash and case units and a gas fired central heating is from a combi boiler. There is a single garage and a carport both accessed via a single upnover door. In summary, a stunning family home of excellent proportions, beautiful decor with a superb blend of modern and traditional in a much sought after location. Early viewings are highly recommended to fully appreciate this splendid traditional property. EPC - F
ENTRANCE VESTIBULE (611 x 40) (2.11m x 1.22m)
HALL (128 x 192) (3.88m x 5.86m) Front
LOUNGE (1411 x 209) - (4.56m x 6.33m) Rear
FAMILY ROOM (161 x 153) - (4.91m x 4.67m) Rear
CLOAKS CUPBOARD (51 x 39) (1.56m x 1.17m) Mid
SHOWER ROOM (51 x 711) - (1.56m x 1.17m) side
UTILITY ROOM (120 x 80) - (3.66m x 2.45m) Side
SIDE PORCH (65 x 49) (1.97m x 1.47m) Side
KITCHEN (227 x 172) - (6.90m x 5.25m) Front, Side &Rear
LANDING (167 x 59) (5.06m x 1.78m) Front
MASTER BEDROOM (4.22m x 6.05m) (141 x 198) Rear
BEDROOM 2 (155 x 116) (4.72m x 3.53) Rear
BEDROOM 3 (159 x 90) (4.82m x 2.75m) Front
BEDROOM 4 (100 x 109) - (3.06m x 3.30m Front
BATHROOM (1310 x 74) (4.24m x 2.25) Front and Side
BEDROOM 5 (3.55m x 4.62) (117 x 151) Rear
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