£465,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|30 July 2010||£405,000||£26,500|
|30 April 2007||£431,500||£146,500|
|31 July 2003||£285,000||N/A|
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Situated within one of Stirling’s most sought-after locales, this substantial modern detached villa holds a preferred cul-de-sac position and is a lovely family home. The property is presented in walk in condition and offers generous well laid out accommodation over two levels. Internally the versatile accommodation is complemented by fresh décor and modern specifications and viewing is highly recommended at the earliest opportunity.
The accommodation on the ground floor extends to entrance vestibule, hallway with cloak room and access to the integral garage, large lounge with feature fireplace and patio doors to the rear garden, dining room, dining kitchen with a range of wall and base units, granite worksurfaces and a selection of integrated appliances, utility room, spacious conservatory with lovely views over the rear garden, office/bedroom 5 and downstairs w/c.
Upstairs the gallery landing gives access to 4 double bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes, instantly impressive En-suite shower room with walk-in shower cubicle and multi jet system, circular wash hand basin and wall mounted toilet and family bathroom with a 4-piece suite.
Further features include under floor heating, double-glazing, gas central heating and EPC rating C.
Externally the property offers landscaped private and secluded gardens. The front garden has a mono-bloc driveway that leads to the integral double garage with electric door. There is a lawn area and a small selection of bushes. The rear garden is particularly nice and offers two patio areas on different levels, lawn section and a wide selection of bushes, trees and shrubbery which provide superb privacy and a beautiful area to enjoy.
Stirling is an historic city with a plethora of amenities all close at hand. There is an abundant supply of high street shops and retailers at The Thistles Shopping 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, peace 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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