£245,000 Offers over
Lovely Sandstone Terraced Home in Kippen
Dining Sized Kitchen
Downstairs WC and Family Bathroom upstairs
SOLD AT CLOSING DATE
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An absolute gem of a home located in the beautiful village of Kippen. A deceptively spacious traditional stone-built terraced cottage with superb gardens to the rear.
Ground floor: Entrance Hall, Living room, kitchen/dining room, utility room and WC.
First floor: Two Bedrooms and bathroom.
The property is offered in excellent condition and early viewing is highly recommended. It provides well-proportioned accommodation which boasts an entrance reception hall, attractive living room positioned to the front with log burning fireplace, roomy dining sized kitchen, utility room with exit point to the garden and useful WC facilities. The bright and airy kitchen overlooks the rear garden and offers substantial storage provision via wall and base units and excellent worktop space. Additional kitchen storage is via a pantry and the floorspace offers ample room for a dining-table and chairs.
On the upper level, there are two good-sized bedrooms, one positioned to the front and the other to rear. The views from both bedrooms are breath-taking. There is a three-piece bathroom suite with shower.
LPG gas-fired heating is installed with a combination boiler supplying the hot water. An LPG Aga stove is located within the kitchen area.
The roof was replaced twelve years ago. There are substantial and established garden grounds to the rear offering various seating areas and vegetable patches, including 12 raised beds. A log store, greenhouse and garden huts are included in the sale.
Kippen is a sought after residential village and is located between Stirling and Loch Lomond, just off the A811 and commands enviable views over some of Scotland's finest scenery. Kippen and the nearby Kippen Muir are steeped in history. There are a number of walks around the village, through Burnside Wood, into glens, down to Loch Laggan and up the Gargunnock Hills. The village boasts a Post Office/ general store, a delicatessen/ coffee shop and two village inns. The local primary school has a great reputation.
Whilst the house is set in open countryside, it is easily accessible. The village is served by the Buchlyvie/ Stirling bus route. The motorway network is only a few miles to the east, with the M80 giving access to Glasgow and the M9 to Edinburgh. Glasgow can also be easily reached via the A81 through Strathblane and Milngavie. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports have regular services to London as well as a wide range of domestic and international destinations. From Stirling there are rail services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen and London.
Lounge 14'5" x 11'9" (4.4m x 3.58m).
Kitchen 14'5" x 13'9" (4.4m x 4.2m).
Utility Room 5'3" x 6'10" (1.6m x 2.08m).
WC 3'11" x 6'10" (1.2m x 2.08m).
Bedroom 1 15'9" x 10'9" (4.8m x 3.28m).
Bedroom 2 11'5" x 13'1" (3.48m x 4m).
Bathroom 4'7" x 9'10" (1.4m x 3m).
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