£205,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 December 2005||£156,000||N/A|
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Situated within a popular and convenient locale, this rarely available detached bungalow holds a preferred cul-de-sac position amidst lovely, landscaped gardens. Internally the property has well laid out accommodation complemented with neutral décor and will appeal to a variety of buyers. The accommodation in full comprises entrance hallway, bay window lounge with feature fire place, dining kitchen with access to the rear and a selection of wall and base units and contrasting worksurface, 3 good sized bedrooms two of which have fitted wardrobes, stylish En-suite shower room and family bathroom. Further features include gas central heating, double-glazing and an epc rating C.
Externally the landscaped gardens are lovely. The front garden has a lawn area with bushes and path leading to the front of the property. To the side there is a tarmac driveway leading to the single garage at the rear. The enclosed rear garden has fencing on the perimeter, lawn, decking, bushes and shrubbery and an ornamental feature.
The village of Airth provides facilities for everyday living including primary school, shops, post office, chemist, medical centre, and golf driving range. The secondary school for the area is Larbert High with a bus service for pupils. Independent schooling is also available nearby in Fairview International in Bridge of Allan, and Dollar Academy with buses from the area. Nearby is the historic city of Stirling offering an excellent range of speciality shopping and high street multiples. Airth Castle is a few minutes’ walk away and offers extensive spa and country club facilities along with fine dining. The castle dates to the 14th century and was once owned by the family of Robert the Bruce
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