£270,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|7 December 2020||£315,000||£73,000|
|22 August 2014||£242,000||£32,150|
|17 December 2004||£209,850||N/A|
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Situated within a sought-after locale and holding a commanding position with outstanding views towards the Wallace monument and the Ochil Hills, this substantial modern detached villa will impress even the most discerning of buyers. The property has been upgraded by the current vendors and offers generous family sized accommodation over two levels complemented by stylish décor and modern specifications. Internally comprising hall, bay window lounge with feature living flame gas fire that serves both the lounge and family room, dining room/bedroom 5, instantly impressive bright and spacious kitchen with open plan family room and patio doors to the decking area, gallery landing, 4 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, four-piece family bathroom. Further features include large garden with tiered decking, double garage, mono-bloc driveway, EPC rating C, summer house/workshop.
Just a short drive from Stirling, Tullibody is small Town that offers stunning views of the Ochil Hills. This former mining Town has a good selection of day-to-day amenities close at hand and a number of primary and secondary schools well located in the area. There is a more extensive range of amenities available in both Stirling and Alloa including a shopping Mall, Spring Kerse Industrial Estate and a wide range of independent retails and boutiques. Sporting and recreational facilities include golf courses, football pitches, play parks and a swimming pool, ice rink, climbing wall, dance studio and gym available at The Peak. There is a regular bus service and rail service in Stirling. Motorway links connect Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth easily making this an ideal location for commuters
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