£410,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 August 2004||£232,750||N/A|
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The exterior of this lovely four/five-bedroom, four reception room, semi-detached house belies the incredible space inside. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in one of Dunblane’s most desirable locations, with impressive views over the golf course, this property will appeal to a wide variety of buyers looking for a home. It has fantastic space and flexible family accommodation extending to 213 sqm over two floors.
The house is entered via a large porch into a spacious hallway which leads to the downstairs accommodation and comprises four reception rooms, a stylish kitchen-diner, a utility room and a WC. A large cupboard and roomy under-stairs storage complete the downstairs accommodation.
The welcoming hallway is decorated in bright neutral colours with wood laminate flooring and opens onto a useful downstairs cloakroom, decorated in blue with a white WC and wash-hand basin. A cupboard houses the gas combi boiler which provides hot water and heating for the house.
A large playroom leads off from the hall and overlooks the front of the property via a large picture window. Decorated in neutral colours and benefiting from laminate flooring this is an excellent versatile room.
Adjacent, the utility room provides plenty of cupboard storage in white wall units, with room for a washing machine, tumble dryer and a large-size fridge freezer. A double-glazed UPVC door opens out to the back garden.
At the rear of the house, a second playroom/bedroom looks out onto the back garden. With practical yet stylish carpeting and neutral décor, this is another versatile room offering flexible, and useful accommodation.
The kitchen/diner has windows over the front and side gardens. With plenty of storage in stylish units and deep storage drawers. The kitchen is well appointed with a four-burner, glazed ceramic hob with hood, Smeg double oven, a dishwasher, a Siemens fridge and wine storage. Amtico design tile flooring extends into the spacious dining area which opens out with views over the garden and golf course beyond. With plenty of room for a dining table, this is the ideal space for day-to-day family meals and informal kitchen suppers.
Beside the kitchen, the formal dining room is a generous room with a feature fireplace housing a gas fire in a limestone hearth and parque flooring. With plenty of space for a large dining suite and French doors opening out to the patio in the back garden, this is a perfect space for family meals or more formal entertaining.
The main sitting room is a lovely cosy big room overlooking the back garden with double French doors and a Jotul multifuel stove standing on a slate hearth. Benefitting from dark wood laminate flooring and neutral décor, it is a lovely room to relax or entertain in.
Moving upstairs via an open-tread wooden staircase, there are four bedrooms, the master with an en suite shower room, a family bathroom and a large cupboard.
The master bedroom is a very generous size with windows overlooking the front and back gardens. Decorated in warm hues and with a deep carpet, it is a lovely room to relax and sleep. It further benefits from an en suite shower room, with a one-and-a-half size shower cubicle with electric Triton shower, white sink and vanity, chrome towel warmer, and WC.
Adjacent, the family bathroom is a very generous size and accommodates a white suite, comprising bath, sink and vanity and WC. There is also a large separate shower cubicle with Aqualisa fittings. Ceramic floor tiles, a chrome towel warmer and a stylish radiator complete the room.
Bedroom two is a lovely room with the best views in the house, overlooking the back lawn to the golf course and beyond. It is a lovely peaceful double room with built-in floor to ceiling wardrobes.
Beside it, with a window to the back of the property, bedroom three is another double room also benefiting from a built-in wardrobe and cosy carpet, making it the perfect place to study, play or sleep.
The fourth bedroom is a rear-facing single bedroom with a built-in cupboard, neutral décor and carpets and plenty of room for a child’s furniture.
A large cupboard completes the upstairs accommodation.
Moving outside, the large and sunny garden is mainly laid to lawn with a few beds planted with shrubs and bulbs. With a sun-trap, west-facing patio and fully enclosed by fencing and shrubs, it is ideal for pets and children and enjoying a sundowner with friends. An added bonus is a small gate to the golf course, providing direct access to the surrounding countryside for dog walkers and hikers. The front garden has a bed planted with shrubs and trees, and a large monoblock drive providing off-street parking for up to three cars.
All local services and amenities are readily accessible; while the more extensive facilities offered in Stirling are only a ten-minute drive to the south. The rail station which is just a short walk away provides excellent links to Perth, Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow. The beautiful and historic City of Dunblane gains its city status from the magnificent 13th-century Cathedral that dominates the local landscape. It boasts primary and secondary schools with first-class reputations. Dunblane possesses good leisure facilities with a challenging eighteen-hole golf course, a swimming pool, numerous sports and social clubs, including the local tennis club and excellent Dunblane Youth and Sports Centre. Andy Murray’s Cromlix House Hotel with its Chez Roux restaurant and Gleneagles Hotel and Spa are within an easy drive, not to mention The Kailyard by Nick Nairn at the DoubleTree Dunblane Hydro Hotel. The ever-growing High Street is home to the award-winning Tilly Tearoom, The Old Churches House Hotel and Brasserie and a selection of other excellent restaurants, bars, cafes and independent retailers. With its easy access to the road and rail network covering central Scotland and beyond, Dunblane remains a very desirable area among house hunters.
The date of entry is flexible and can be agreed via the agents. Viewing is by appointment through Cathedral City Estates.
Council tax: Band G
Catchment for Newton Primary and Dunblane High Schools
Superfast broadband is available.
Approximate room sizes
Porch 2.7m x 1.3m
WC 2.6m x 1.2m
Broom cupboard 1.5m x 1.1m
Front playroom 4.9m x 2.6m
Utility room 2.6m x 2.4m
2nd playroom / 5th bedroom 3.9m x 3.7m
Sitting room 6.3m x 3.7m
Dining room 5.7m x 3.7m
Kitchen/diner 5.7m x 3.7m
Master bedroom 5.6m x 4.9m
Ensuite 1.7m x 2.0m
Bedroom 2 4.1m x 2.9m
Bedroom 3 3.8m x 2.7m
Bedroom 4 2.6m x 2.3m
Family bathroom 4.9m x 3.4m
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