£157,500 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 June 2018||£129,995||£24,495|
|27 November 2003||£105,500||N/A|
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This rarely available semi-detached villa offers generous and well laid out family accommodation over three levels. Set on a quiet street on the edge of Stirling’s historical centre, this property is only a short walk to local cafes, restaurants, as well as Stirling Train and Bus station. It is presented in walk-in condition and particular note must be drawn to the fabulous panoramic views over Stirling, the Wallace Monument and Ochil Hills from the front and views of the beautiful St Marys from the rear.
Internally the property compromises of an entrance hall, a modern fitted kitchen diner which includes integrated appliances such as a dishwasher, oven and hob and the homely living room includes a feature fireplace. On the second floor there are two generous double bedrooms one of which includes built in storage and an attractive family bathroom. The third bedroom on the upper level is a stunning attic conversion that features a modern en-suite shower room and built-in storage.
Further features include attractive fresh décor, modern specifications, gas central heating, EPC rating D, large double-glazed windows that allow in an abundance of natural light, a neat, tidy, and low maintenance garden with a shed as well as free on street parking available at the front and the rear of the property.
Stirling is a historic City with a plethora of amenities all close at hand. There is an abundant supply of high street shops and retailers at the Thistle Centre and an excellent range of bistros, restaurants, and cafés. The King’s Park is one of Stirling’s most used recreational areas, there is a floodlit skate and BMX park, play area, outdoor gym, tennis courts, playing fields, piece of mind garden and much more. There are well-regarded schools to both primary and secondary levels and Stirling University has a superb reputation for excellence and a fabulous campus. The City is equidistant to Glasgow and Edinburgh and is served by a regular bus and rail service and the M9 allows swift and effective travel in and around the central belt.
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