£370,000 Offers over
Bungalow with adjacent planning permission
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Nesting in the Stirlingshire countryside surrounded by large expansive gardens and open farmland views is this beautiful detached single storey bungalow.
The home is ideally placed in a quiet semi-rural setting in Sauchenford but is so convenient to the Citys abundant amenities and excellent road networks.
The Accommodation comprises - Ground floor: Entrance Hall, Living room, Sitting room, Kitchen open to Dining room, Five Bedrooms, Bathroom and Shower room.
Internally, the property is set over one level and offers deceptively spacious and flexible accommodation which will appeal to a cross section of the market. The property is formed around various outbuildings and garage facilities which offer the market various choices in terms of usage.
The property may prove of particular attention to those looking for a substantial family home with large garden grounds, buyers looking to run a business from the outbuilding sections, buyers keen to use the bungalow as their primary home and build a secondary home, split the title deeds and sell on or those keen on building a granny flat for investment purposes or for close family to live within the grounds. All subject to the necessary planning approvals.
Please check the pictures to see the proposed site and location plan along with existing and proposed views.
Access to the bungalow is accessed via a side entrance and through an entrance hallway which gives access to the dining room and semi open plan kitchen area. Off the kitchen area is a beautifully presented lounge with French door access to the gardens. From the lounge to the rear of the building is a double bedroom and four piece modern bathroom suite. Off the kitchen provides access to a secondary lounge area with large window overlooking the garden. From here, a long hallway provides access points to the additional four bedrooms and three-piece shower room along with a exit point to the gardens.
The kitchen area is supplied with a good range of wall and base units, plenty of floor space and fitted is a solid fuel stove which is assumed to be vented through the chimney. The lounge with French door access to the garden has a lovely fire as its centre piece and is decorated to a beautiful standard. The secondary lounge is light and fresh with lovely floor coverings. All five bedrooms are double in size which is rare in the current property market. The three-piece shower room offers walk in shower, wc and sink and the main four piece family bathroom has been lovingly installed offering a real slick design.
Warmth to the home is provided by Liquid petroleum gas (LPG) via a tank located in the garden and controlled by a condensing combination boiler positioned in the kitchen. Heating to the rooms is provided by water filled radiators. The system is of a type designed to provide instantaneous hot water upon demand. This system was installed circa three years ago (2017)
Most of the windows are of the UPVC double glazed type and the two access/exit doors are also of the UPVC double glazed type.
There are garden grounds to the front, side and rear adequately bounded with lengthy driveway parking offering ample parking for various vehicles.
There is a large outbuilding of rendered brick construction and attached to this outbuilding is a single car garage and various timber stores.
Planning permission has previously been granted to form a new dwelling on the land by removing the outbuildings.
Using the following reference number, the plans and documents can be viewed on Stirling Councils website - 17/00868/FUL
Situated in the rural hamlet of Sauchenford close to Plean and Bannockburn with all local amenities approximately a five/ten-minute drive away. Schooling is available at both primary and High School in nearby Bannockburn. The area has a regular bus service available to Stirling, Falkirk, Edinburgh etc. Stirling railway station is approximately a ten-minute drive away.
Stunning semi-rural bungalow located in Sauchenford
Quiet location but within easy reach of centre of Stirling and motorway links
Semi-open plan Kitchen/diner
Lovely family bathroom and additional shower room
Excellent Living Space
Outhouses - Various options for usage/demolition, planning previously approved.
Lounge 1 14'9" x 14'1" (4.5m x 4.3m).
Kitchen 12'9" x 13'1" (3.89m x 3.99m).
Dining Room 15'8" x 8'2" (4.78m x 2.5m).
Lounge 2 12'9" x 12'9" (3.89m x 3.89m).
Bedroom 1 12'9" x 11'5" (3.89m x 3.48m).
Bedroom 2 12'9" x 8'6" (3.89m x 2.6m).
Bedroom 3 12'1" x 10'5" (3.68m x 3.18m).
Bedroom 4 11'9" x 9'6" (3.58m x 2.9m).
Bedroom 5 11'9" x 7'10" (3.58m x 2.39m).
Bathroom 9'10" x 10'2" (3m x 3.1m).
Shower Room 5'3" x 5'6" (1.6m x 1.68m).
Garage 9'6" x 16'4" (2.9m x 4.98m).
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