£172,500 Offers over
A fantastic opportunity to purchase to purchase this "nearly new", Taylor Wimpey end townhouse within the Cavalry Park Development in Kilsyth. Presented to an exceptional standard throughout the property should be viewed at the earliest opportunity.
The property boasts accommodation over three levels including :- entrance hallway, a spacious lounge/dining room, contemporary dining kitchen and practical w/c on the ground floor. On the second floor you will find a well proportioned double bedroom, with built in storage, a further bedroom to the front of the property with a feature Parisen door and the beautifully presented house bathroom.
On the top floor the master suite benefits from a double wardrobe area and sizeable ensuite.
The entire property is finished to an impeccable standard throughout.
Further benefits include, GCH, DG, integrated appliances in the kitchen, patio doors to the rear enclosed garden ground, allocated parking and ample storage.
Lounge - 4.50m x 4.00m
Kitchen - 4.90m x 2.40m
w/c - 1.80m x 0.85m
Bedroom 2 - 4.00m x 3.80m
Bedroom 3 - 3.10m x 2.00m
Master Bedroom - 4.00m x 3.50m
Wardrobe Area - 1.20m x 1.40m
Ensuite - 2.50m x 2.75m
The town of Kilsyth lies in scenic countryside at the foot of the Kilsyth Hills in an area of natural beauty with sightings of herons, birds of prey and roe deer not uncommon. The development, situated off Stirling Road is designed around a small natural loch with a dedicated wildlife/nature area.
A picturesque spot nearby is Burngreen Park, a conservation area of Kilsyth with a beautiful Victorian bandstand and cobbled streets. Here you can picnic or play putting or tennis. At Auchinstarry Marina on the nearby Forth and Clyde Canal, you can hire mountain bikes, canoes, kayaks or even a boat.
Colzium Castle Country Park is within a short walk and is a popular spot in the local area, where you can wander in the grounds and visit the walled gardens. Colzium House is a historic mansion which is popular as a function venue and also home to a museum where you can view Roman artefacts found locally. The Roman connection is strong all around Kilsyth and you can also visit surviving sections of the famous Antonine Wall.
Facilities in the town are excellent, with primary and secondary schooling, a swimming pool, golf club and a good range of high street and specialist shops.
Commuters will find Kilsyth well placed for the motorway network for Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling, while the train station at Croy is less than 2 miles away and is on the main Glasgow to Edinburgh line.
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