£250,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 October 2006||£227,500||N/A|
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This superb traditional garden flat conversion is situated within a sought after and desirable locale and successfully blends modern specification with period charm and appeal. This trendy apartment will suit a variety of buyers including young professionals, down sizer's and anyone wishing to be within walking distance to Kings Park or Stirling Town centre.
Internally, the property will not disappoint as it offers spacious accommodation with contemporary specifications and only after close inspection will buyers fully appreciate. The accommodation extends to entrance hall, stunning lounge with dining area and a bright conservatory with views to the private rear garden. The instantly impressive kitchen has a range of modern wall and base units with wooden work surface, central island and a range of integrated appliances. Particular note must be drawn to the very large master bedroom which has a walk-in wardrobe and fabulous en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is similarly very generous and the family bathroom is simply stunning with a five piece suite. The property further benefits from gas central heating and double-glazed windows.
Externally, the property sits amidst communal grounds with well stocked perimeters. To the rear the property benefits from an enclosed private garden with patio area, lawn and access to the conservatory. This is a lovely area for barbecues and entertaining.
Gladstone Place is located in Kings Park and is one of the most sought after locations in which to stay. Stirling is a historic town with a plethora of amenities all close at hand. There is an abundant supply of high street shops and retailers at the Thistle Centre and an excellent range of bistros, restaurants and caf s. There are well-regarded schools to both primary and secondary levels and Stirling University has a superb reputation for excellence and a fabulous campus. The town is equidistant to Glasgow and Edinburgh and is served by a regular bus and rail service and the M9 allows swift and effective travel in and around the central belt.
The Energy Performance rating for this property is D.
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