£189,995 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|12 December 2018||£185,995||N/A|
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Immaculately-presented, three bedroom, end-terrace family home with gardens, set in a modern residential development, located in Stirling, with easy access to the M9. The entrance hall provides access to the stairs and to the bright and well-proportioned living room which has carpeted flooring, a pendant light fitting, and a store cupboard. Leading on from the living room, the fitted kitchen is set to the rear with a patio door out to the garden. The modern kitchen includes fitted units, a sink with drainer, wood-effect worktops with a matching upstand, an integrated oven, and gas hob with an extractor over. The freestanding fridge/freezer and dishwasher may be available for inclusion in the sale. Set off of the kitchen, a utility room has space for a washing machine, and provides access to a contemporary ground floor WC with a two-piece suite. Upstairs, front-facing bedroom one offers two windows, carpeted flooring, a pendant light fitting, and a store cupboard, whilst a second double bedroom and the single bedroom are set quietly towards the rear. Also on this floor is a family bathroom, with a white three-piece suite, a mains shower over the bath, and tiled splash-walls. Stirling is a small but attractive city with a wealth of history, situated in a superb location in central Scotland. There are all the amenities to be expected of a sizeable town, including restaurants, cinema, well-regarded schooling, playing fields, and the extensive facilities at Stirling University. The Thistles and Marches shopping centres have a vast range of high-street names, while the bustling historic high street offers additional shopping. Overlooking the city centre, Stirling Castle's hill-top esplanade provides excellent views towards the Wallace Monument, the Ochil Hills, and the peaks of the Trossachs National Park. A bus terminus, rail station, and good road and motorway links ensure swift travel throughout central Scotland, including good connections to Glasgow and Edinburgh airports.
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