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B Listed, Esher Crescent began its life around 101 years ago and boasts both architectural and historic interest. The crescent is named after Viscount Esher who owned the nearby Roman Camp Hotel in the early 20th century.
Built with solid stone in a baronial style, the accommodation includes:
Ground floor: Entrance Hall, Living room and Kitchen with dining area.
First floor: Two Bedrooms and Bathroom.
The lounge is smart with its multi-fuel stove as its centre piece. Positioned to the front, the room enjoys outlooks over the front garden via its double window formation.
The kitchen is positioned at the rear and offers an array of modern units, excellent storage options and ample worktop space. The area enjoys dining space making it a very sociable room. An exit point from the kitchen leads to the beautiful rear gardens. The garden enjoys a fabulous selection of lawned and slabbed areas along with mature trees and shrubs. The garden has a sun drenched patio with a wonderful electronic awning ideal for entertaining family and friends.
The upper level offers bedroom facilities to the front and rear both presented to a lovely standard. The three piece family bathroom offers WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower overhead.
Gas Central Heating supplies the warmth to the home.
Esher Crescent is set back from Stirling Road and also enjoys front gardens. Parking is available at the rear via Glen Gardens where there is adequate room for around 4 vehicles.
Situated on the banks of the River Teith and with Ben Ledi as its backdrop, Callander is known as one of Scotland's best loved gateways to the Highlands. Callander is the largest town in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park where there is scope for every sort of outdoor activity from cycling in the Queen Elizabeth Forest, to fishing, boating and sailing on lochs Katrine, Venacher, Lubnaig and Earn. Callander is surrounded by easily accessible mountains including, Ben Ledi, Ben Venue, Ben A'an, Ben Vorlich and Stuc a Chroin. There is renting of shooting and stalking on nearby estates and excellent fishing on the River Teith itself.