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A traditional chalet bungalow with self contained living accommodation, ideal for a 'granny flat' enjoying a unique and outstanding situation with open views, bordered on two sides by the memorial field of the Battle of Bannockburn. From here you can see Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument.
At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on the south side of Stirling it is about 2 miles from the city centre and 1.5miles from the motorway junction, with easy links to Edinburgh and Perth on the M9 and Glasgow on the M80.
Built in 1952 the house has since been extended and upgraded. It comprises an entrance hall with vestibule, dining kitchen with access to a back patio for al fresco dining, a large sunny south and west facing lounge with French doors to the south patio with barbecue, and a spacious second reception room.
There are also 3 double bedrooms on the ground floor, one with en suite shower room. The largest bedroom has been made into a 'granny flat' with private entrance and access to the family bathroom.
Upstairs there is a very large well fitted double bedroom with 4 piece bathroom en suite, and walk in wardrobe. A smaller bedroom used as a study, opens off the upper landing. There is ample storage under the eaves with easy access.
Outside, the attached boiler house includes a utility space with a washing machine and pulley. There is a double garage which incorporates a separate wood store and a garden tools store. There is parking on the drive for multiple cars.
The gardens have been prettily landscaped to the front. The enclosed rear garden has a lawn, a small greenhouse, 2 raised beds for vegetables, a substantial fruit frame and fruit bearing trees plus a patch of solar panels.
This much loved and flexible family home sits within the catchment area of Stirling High School and the highly thought of Borestone Primary School is just round the corner. Private education is also available nearby at Bridge of Allan and Dollar. It is also near bus routes and the railway station.
Stirling is an historic city, centred on the Castle perched on a rock- a magnet for tourists both national and international. Situated on the river Forth, it is surrounded by beautiful countryside and has access to a wide range of sports facilities both at 'The Peak' sports and leisure complex and at Stirling University. The Macrobert Arts Centre at the University, local cinema, The Stirling Smith Museum, local orchestra and choirs provide a stimulating cultural environment. EER Band C.
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