£240,000 Offers over
This lodge house is a classic example of Scottish baronial architecture surrounded by mature gardens. The house is built in locally quarried grey sand stone, with a Ballachulish slate roof, which features a round turret with fish scale slates and a thistle finial, crow step gables and other architectural details mirroring the larger mansion house.
Comprises: Entry via storm doors lead to entrance a welcoming vestibule and secondary pained glass door, the internal hallway then gives access to all rooms.
The main lounge area featuring an original fireplace, round window and partial parquet flooring with insert carpet. Two double bedrooms with ample room for wardrobes etc..
There is also a good sized fitted kitchen with adequate space for dining and has a range of wall and floor mounted storage units.
Modern wet room with walk-in shower and a useful walk-in-cupboard /closet.
The second public room is currently being used as a dining room but could equally be used as an additional third bedroom.
The dining room looks over and gives access via patio doors to a private courtyard with space for seating and dining in the summer months.
The garden is substantial and fully enclosed by stone wall/brick wall, privet hedging and mature rhododendrons. There is a pre laid paved area which previously housed a summerhouse but equally would suit a home office.
The drive has adequate parking for four cars and has a stone/brick built single garage.
(More information on Norwood House available Clackmannan &The Ochils by Adam Swan. RCAHMS Canmore Web site canmore.org.uk)
Alloa is a commuter town nestled between the Ochil Hills and the River Forth. Providing plenty of local amenities including banks, supermarkets, a variety of High street shops and health centre. There are a wide selection of leisure facilities such as the West End Park, sports centres, library, a local football stadium and Town Hall, which hosts regular shows. Alloa also provides excellent educational facilities ranging from nurseries to primary and secondary schools and also Forth Valley College. Alloa provides easy access throughout the Central Belt and onto the motorways for the larger cities of Stirling, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth.
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