£118,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 September 2017||£90,100||£3,900|
|30 November 2005||£94,000||£14,000|
|6 September 2004||£80,000||N/A|
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This traditional main door flat is located on the preferred first floor and is a generous flat that must be viewed to appreciate. The property has been full up-graded by the current owner and offers spacious well laid out accommodation that would appeal to a first time buyer or buy-to-let. The property is accessed via a UPVC double-glazed door that leads to a stairwell that continues to the upper landing. The lounge is an attractive room with views to the rear and benefits from having a recessed dining area. The instantly impressive kitchen has a selection of stylish wall and base units, integrated appliances and views to the rear. There are two double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes and a newly fitted bathroom suite with shower. Further features include potential to go into the attic, gas central heating, double-glazing EPC rating C, and gardens to the rear.
Bannockburn is a Historic Town with a good selection of amenities. There is a good choice of day-to-day shops close by with a more extensive range available in nearby Stirling where there is an abundant supply of high street shops and retailers at the Thistle Centre. There are well regarded schools to both primary and secondary levels and Stirling University has a superb reputation for excellence and a fabulous campus. Bannockburn is very well placed for the motorway and is equidistant to Glasgow and Edinburgh. There is a regular bus service and train station in Stirling and the M9 allows swift and effective travel in and around the central belt.
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