£99,950 Guide price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 October 2019||£97,000||N/A|
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Two bed semi detached villa
Offering a massive £25,000 reduction from home report value for this traditional two-bedroom semi-detached villa which is situated in a quiet residential area in the peaceful and popular village of Kippen. The property is entered via an attractive, well-finished conservatory area perfect for relaxing. Downstairs accommodation also comprises a welcoming lounge with feature fireplace and a good-sized kitchen with a range of wall and base mounted units. Upstairs accommodation offers two double sized bedrooms and shower room with whitewash hand basin and WC. Internally the property has been decorated throughout in neutral emulsioned tones whilst the flooring has been laid to carpet. The property benefits from double glazing and warmth is provided by a modern newly fitted system of electric storage heating. To the front, the house is complimented by a flower bed and expansive paved driveway with off street parking also. The lovely enclosed rear garden consists of a central area laid to lawn, enclosed by a gravelled area, flower beds and two garden sheds. The house is situated in a peaceful village setting with a child's play park adjacent to the property.
Home Report £125,000
Massive £25,000 reduction from home report
Sought after location
Well maintained gardens
Local primary school in village
Secondary schooling nearby
Kippen is an attractive picturesque village situated approximately 12 miles to the west of the historic city of Stirling, at the foot of the Gargunnock Hills. The village provides a Post Office, shops, Inns and a primary school. The county town of Stirling offers excellent shopping facilities with the major stores present in the Thistle and Marches Shopping Centres. The surrounding countryside includes some of the finest scenic features in Central Scotland and provides a wealth of opportunity for outdoor and sporting enthusiasts. Hill walking, pony trekking, golfing and by arrangement fishing and low ground shooting are all available in the area. The M9 and M80 motorways and regular rail services provide commuting to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Schools - Kippen Primary School. Balfron High School. Beaconhurst Primary and Secondary School, Bridge of Allan.
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