£55,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|5 July 2012||£40,000||£4,000|
|18 May 2012||£44,000||N/A|
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Forming part of a beautifully retained blonde sandstone building ideally located within walking distance of Falkirk town centre and Forth Valley College, is this immaculately presented one bedroom first floor apartment. The flat is characterised by bright and spacious internal accommodation in neutral tones presenting a blank canvas for a wide range of buyers including FTB, professional couples and BTL investors with internal viewing highly recommended.
Accommodation comprises; large reception hall laid with attractive wood laminate flooring.
Inviting lounge full of light and space with window to rear aspect complemented by bright interior. Therein lies abundant space for living room furnishings with recess area and walk-in storage cupboard.
Good sized kitchen fitted with a range of contemporary base and wall units, contrasting work surface and modern tiling splash-back with space for appliances.
Spacious master bedroom boasting abundant storage in walk-in cupboard. This room is elevated by modern decor and fitted carpet.
Refined family bathroom fitted with 3 piece suite of bath with electric shower, WC and wash hand basin.
The apartment further benefits from secure communal entrance, double glazing and well-kept communal gardens to the rear.
The property is located in close proximity to Falkirk Town Centre and Falkirk Grahamston station which offers access to Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow. Falkirk Town Centre is well served, by amenities and facilities covering a broad range of needs. As well as a cinema, health clubs, bars and restaurants, the town also has a broad and diverse range of sporting, leisure and recreational amenities along with a large number of clubs and societies covering most levels of skills, tastes and abilities.
Please note all room sizes are approximate.
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