£210,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|17 December 2020||£222,500||£39,500|
|21 April 2017||£183,000||£9,000|
|18 February 2011||£174,000||£11,000|
|20 June 2008||£185,000||N/A|
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Situated within a sought after and well-established modern residential development, this stunning family home holds a commanding position with views to the Ochil Hills. The property offers well laid out accommodation over two levels and is enhanced by stylish d cor, modern specifications, and bright and airy rooms. Internal comprising hall, downstairs toilet, lovely lounge with French doors to the garden, instantly impressive open plan dining kitchen with a selection of wall and base units, contrasting work surface and integrated appliances, 4 good sized bedrooms, En-suite shower room and family bathroom. Further features include gas central heating, Solar Panels, double-glazing and epc rating C.
Externally, the property has a corner position and features a driveway to the front leading to the single garage. The enclosed south facing rear garden is a lovely area to sit out or entertain. There is fencing on the perimeter, a patio area, stone chips and a shrubbery area to the rear.
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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