£299,995 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|5 February 2020||£305,000||£15,000|
|20 April 2007||£290,000||N/A|
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This rarely available extended detached villa is located in a highly sought after locale and offers versatile spacious family accommodation over two levels. The ground floor extends to entrance hallway, large bay window lounge with access to the instantly impressive dining kitchen with a range of wall and base units, contrasting work top and folding doors to the rear. Off the kitchen there is a utility area with access to the downstairs toilet. There is a double bedrooms with En-suite shower room and bedroom 5/study completes the accommodation on the ground floor. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and family bathroom with a four piece suite.
Externally, the property has front and rear gardens. The front garden has two lawn areas separated by a path leading to the front door. To the side of this is a mono-bloc driveway leading to the through garage. The rear garden is enclosed by a wall on the perimeter and is complemented by a lawn area and decking.
The energy performance rating for the property is D.
Causewayhead is situated within Stirling and is a popular location in which to stay. There are day to day amenities close at hand with a more extensive range available in Stirling City Centre and Springkerse Industrial Estate. These include bars, shops, restaurants and supermarkets. There is a good selection of high street retailers and the Thistle Centre offers an excellent range of shops. Stirling boasts a good selection of sporting and recreational facilities, and good schools at both primary and secondary levels. Nearby Stirling University has a superb reputation for excellence. There are regular bus services as well as train stations both in Stirling and in Bridge of Allan. Motorway links can be easily reached allowing swift and effective travel in and around the Central Belt.
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