£695,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|14 July 2006||£576,326||N/A|
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A rare and wonderful opportunity to purchase this outstanding and much admired Edwardian detached mansion house. The Grange is located in one of the most highly regarded areas within Falkirk. This unique sandstone property built circa 1901 boasts many period features including ornate cornicing, ornamental fireplaces and stained-glass windows, yet has been modified and upgraded to meet the demands of today's modern day living.
Boasting an elevated position just a stones throw from Falkirk High Station, the house enjoys fantastic views of the Forth Valley and Ochil Hills. Surrounding the property are extensive and wonderfully manicured gardens stretching approximately 0.4 acres and enjoying a high degree of privacy. The grand entrance is via electric gates to a sweeping gravel driveway leading up to the front and side of the house to a double garage and main entrance to the house. To the rear is a beautifully maintained south facing split level garden incorporating patio, stone steps to the upper level, large lawn, bedding areas and many delightful mature trees, bushes and shrubs.
Internally, this well-proportioned and spacious property offers flexible accommodation over three levels with every room in the house boasting traditional features, too many to mention. Viewing alone will demonstrate the beauty of this house.
Entrance to the property is via a large porch leading to a fantastic grand hallway with beautiful real wood flooring, staircase and high-quality wooden balustrade. To the front is an elegant drawing room with focal point traditional fireplace, ornate cornicing and many stunning stained-glass windows. Next to the drawing room is the very generous and striking dining room decorated in red tones and also featuring a lovely fireplace with coal fire and delightful wood surround. This room also boasts large windows with stained glass making this a bright and airy room. Also, on this floor is a further reception room with feature fireplace and double glass doors leading to the bright and warm Orangery with a more modern and relaxed feel. The Orangery provides access to the rear garden and also to the modern kitchen. This sizeable kitchen has been fully fitted with the finest quality materials including attractive black granite worktops above the units and also on the Island. Integrated appliances include a Bosch oven, cooker hood, five burner gas hob, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The kitchen also features an alcove, perfect for a table and chairs. Also, on the ground floor is a utility room, two wc's and a large store room/boot room.
Taking the stairs to the second level you will pass by another stained-glass window feature where you will find a further five good sized and tastefully decorated double bedrooms although these rooms allow a good degree of flexibility with their use. The family bathroom is located on this floor and comprises of a modern white suite with bath and over bath shower, his and hers wash hand basins and wc with hidden cistern. This level is completed with a further wc and ensuite to the master bedroom.
The top floor offers fantastic uninterrupted views and boasts a substantial billiards room with dual aspect windows enjoying views from both sides. There is also a further bedroom to the front with lovely stained-glass windows and ample space for a large bed and additional furniture. Straight across the hall is a walk-in dressing room which could also be used as a storage area.
This mansion house truly is a wonderful larger style family home offering a luxurious lifestyle. Every room has been extremely well presented with tasteful décor and high-quality floor coverings. The property has been well maintained both inside and out and is a credit to the current owners.
Council Tax Band: G
Energy Efficiency Rating: D
The property enjoys an outstanding position for all the amenities that the vibrant town of Falkirk has to offer including leisure and shopping facilities. Falkirk also has excellent transport facilities with readily accessible motorway links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and beyond and is served by two main line railway stations offering further superb transport links. Falkirk is also home to the popular Helix park and Kelpies, the Historic Callendar house and park, and the famous Falkirk Wheel, a rotating boat lift connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.
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