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This traditional style Scots farmhouse enjoys an elevated position with magnificent views across The Carse of Stirling towards the distant Trossachs and Grampian hills including Ben Ledi, Ben Lomond and back towards Stirling Castle. The property sits within generous garden grounds with additional two acre paddock and offers versatile layout of accommodation dating back to the 18th century. The property has been well maintained by the current owners to provide an attractive family home with planning to create an additional living space. The accommodation in its current form comprises of: entrance porch leading to reception hall, comfortable and well-proportioned main sitting room with dual aspect windows and feature Baxi fire, sun room with stunning views, well-fitted kitchen with solid mahogany units, Stanley range providing heating and cooking facilities, an additional cooker, plumbing for a dishwasher and ample room for dining table and chairs, utility room, an additional reception room which can be utilised as a bedroom and an en-suite shower room. A staircase from the reception hall leads to the upper floor and gives access to two excellent double bedrooms with fabulous views and a recently fitted shower room. The home is warmed by oil fired central heating. To the outside, there are the aforementioned garden grounds which are well-stocked and enjoy good degree of privacy with two parking bays and further visitor parking bay providing off-road parking.
Upper Redhall is located in The Carse of Stirling and is nearby to the excellent range of amenities on offer within the historic city centre of Stirling including high street multiples, speciality shops and supermarkets. The village of Gargunnock village offers primary schooling and local shops which will adequately cater for everyday needs and requirements. Secondary schooling is available in Stirling and independent schooling is available at Beaconhurst School in Bridge of Allan. For those who have to travel for business, the A811 provides an excellent link to Stirling and from here to motorway networks throughout the Central Belt of Scotland. EER Band F.
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