£120,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|23 July 2020||£105,000||£18,000|
|17 October 2010||£87,000||£18,500|
|14 January 2005||£68,500||£17,500|
|28 March 2003||£51,000||N/A|
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A delightful home that offers outstanding views that money can not buy.
Enjoying an elevated position at the end of a charming cu-de-sac is this two bed semi detached home that is the perfect for the first time buyer or downsizing market.
Internally the bright and airy accommodation is formed over two levels and has undergone a comprehensive program of modernisation and will therefore suit a wide range of buyers.
It is fair to say the current vendors have put a lot of time, money and effort into the property. Undoubtedly one of the property's most appealing features is that it backs onto open farmland to the side offering a degree of privacy with private south facing gardens to the rear.
The accommodation comprises an entrance vestibule leading to spacious lounge/dining area, a kitchen with an excellent range of floor and wall mounted units and access to the rear garden and patio. Upstairs the property boasts two bedrooms with the master enjoying wardrobes and separate storage cupboard over the stairs. In addition there is a stunning modern three piece family bathroom with over bath shower.
This ideal home benefits from having newly fitted double glazing, gas central heating (new boiler) and extra storage.
The property sits within garden grounds to both front and rear with the front being mainly laid to lawn, a lawn and path area up to the side and the south facing rear being tiered with a patio section at the front and drying area in the middle. From the lounge and the main bedroom there are also open elevated views across farmland and down towards Maddiston and Redding.
Maddiston offers a fine selection of shops that cater for day to day needs and there is excellent public transport links for the commuter via bus, rail and car to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling city centres as well as Falkirk town centre. Schooling is available at both primary and secondary levels.
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