£94,000 Offers over
Rare to the market one-bedroom semi-detached bungalow located in a quiet residential street in Polmont, near Falkirk. The property is close to many local amenities including shops, post office, health centre, Polmont Train Station and motorway links providing access to the central belt and beyond. The property is complemented with easy to maintain front and rear gardens and a driveway.
Entrance is via a small entrance hallway with handy storage cupboard. This hall provides access to the bright front facing lounge with feature fireplace and large window providing a good flow of natural light. The lounge provides access to the rear facing kitchen providing a good range of wall and base units. The kitchen also has a door accessing the lovely rear garden. The bedroom is a good sized double and is fitted with mirrored wardrobes. Accommodation is completed with a brand-new modern shower room with large shower enclosure, electric shower, wc with hidden cistern and wash hand basin with fitted storage.
Externally, to the front is a lovely low maintenance garden mainly laid with decorative stones and a large driveway with enough room for several vehicles. To the rear is a generous low maintenance and fully enclosed garden incorporating decorative stones, path, bedding areas and shed.
Other points of interest include gas central heating, double glazing, loft access.
Council Tax Band: B
Energy Efficiency Rating: D
Locale: The village of Polmont justifiably enjoys its reputation as a desirable place to live. It is ideally situated and is well placed for the M9/M876 commuting to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. Those preferring not to drive are well catered for as the train station and bus routes are all within walking distance. There are primary and secondary schools, leisure facilities, swimming pool and recreation grounds. There are ample local amenities including a large Tesco. The nearby town of Falkirk is also home to the award-winning Helix Project, covering almost 300 hectares of outdoor recreational space filled with woodland, park, water sports lagoon, pathways, cycle ways, and the popular 30m landmark sculptures, The Kelpies. The Falkirk Wheel is also nearby with the World's first and only rotating boatlift joining the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.
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