£280,000 Offers over
This is once in a generation opportunity to own an impressive bungalow that enjoys an elevated position at the top of a cul-de-sac within a highly desirable residential pocket of Falkirk. Rarely has the market seen a house and grounds of this size that is just waiting for the next family to make it their own. It has been in the same family's hands since it was new some 60 years ago and therefore has never been on the open market before . The scope to further develop is only limited by your imagination, and the relevant consents being granted of course, due the size of the grounds and space around the property, not to mention the impressive loft space.
Internally, the size of the principle apartments is reflective of a time when homes where designed family living in mind. You are reminded of this ethos as you enter the reception hall from which all the accommodation is accessed. This consists of two public room, three double bedrooms, kitchen, family bathroom and separate WC located to the left of the main door. A walk in cloakroom can be found to the right of the main door and the floored and lined loft is accessed to the left via a pull down ladder. The loft is also fitted with power and lights.
In addition the property has double-glazing excluding the WC and cloaks which have decorative stained glass windows.
The large private south facing plot is accessed via a generous driveway to the side that provides ample off street parking and leads to the double detached garage. The garage has a newly fitted electric door to the front and potting shed to the rear.
Located in the rear grounds is a substantial out building that could easily be utilised as granny flat, office or studio to name but a few, with the relevant consents.
This ideal family home would suit a wide range of buyers and early viewing is recommended to fully appreciate the level of accommodation on offer and viewing is strictly by appointment through the Falkirk branch of Slater Hogg &Howison.
Falkirk is an area steeped in history with first class range of amenities from shopping to schooling (Comely Park catchment). The area proves popular with commuters seeking access via surrounding road and motorway networks to centres of business throughout the central belt and two main line rail links provide express services to both Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Three double bedrooms
Large south facing gardens
Double detached garage
Great oppertuity to development
Lounge 16'1" x 13'11" (4.9m x 4.24m).
Dining room 14' x 16'1" (4.27m x 4.9m).
Kitchen 10' x 11'11" (3.05m x 3.63m).
Bathroom 7'11" x 9'11" (2.41m x 3.02m).
WC 7'6" x 4'8" (2.29m x 1.42m).
Bedroom 1 13'1" x 11'11" (3.99m x 3.63m).
Bedroom 2 14' x 14' (4.27m x 4.27m).
Bedroom 3 16'2" x 14' (4.93m x 4.27m).
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