Charming semi-detached house
In Bannockburn, southeast of Stirling
Views of the Ochil Hills & Wallace Monument
Neutral interior decoration
Welcoming entrance hallway
Generous, south-facing living room
Monochrome-style dining kitchen
Two good-size double bedrooms
Modern three-piece shower room
Well-tended front and rear gardens
Front driveway for off-street parking
Gas central heating & double glazing
To the southeast of Stirling city centre, this charming semi-detached house in Bannockburn is ideal for first-time buyers, small families, and commuting professionals, offering neutral interior decoration and spacious accommodation. It includes two double bedrooms, a south-facing living room, two gardens, and a front driveway. In addition, the property boasts inspiring views of the Ochil Hills and the National Wallace Monument.
The home's front door opens into a welcoming hall, with the living room on the right. Here, the crisp palette and soft carpeting create a bright and airy ambience, enhanced by a south-facing window for natural light. A focal point fireplace, beside a shelved recess, frames the generous room for the arrangement of relaxing furniture. The dining kitchen is adjacent, sporting an attractive monochrome design with white cabinets and black granite-effect worktops, complemented by chequered splashback tiles. It includes a large pantry-style cupboard and integrated appliances (ceramic hob and oven), with space for a washing machine and a fridge-freezer. Under-cabinet lighting adds an atmospheric touch to the style, whilst a spacious footprint accommodates a family dining table for sociable meals. Moving to the first floor, the naturally-lit landing provides walk-in storage and a cupboard. It extends to two good-size double bedrooms, which are both presented as blank canvases for new owners to add their own style. The front bedroom is the larger of the two with a beneficial south-facing aspect, whereas the second bedroom enjoys a tranquil garden outlook. Finishing the property is a modern three-piece shower room with crisp white tiling. Gas central heating and double glazing are throughout.
Externally, the home is accompanied by a well-tended front garden and a generous rear garden that is fully enclosed and predominantly laid to lawn, with a patio for summer dining and a shed for storage. A front driveway provides off-street parking.
Extras: Included in the sale are all fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings, oven, hob, and hood.
Bannockburn is a historic town within the city of Stirling, convenient to the city's abundant amenities and excellent road networks. The main street has a selection of shops and eateries. The City of Stirling is the major city of central Scotland and is referred to as the 'Gateway to the Highlands'.
The once ancient capital of Scotland boasts many historic features and beautiful architecture, with cobbled streets leading to the medieval castle, sitting on a volcanic rock. Stirling punches well above its weight for spectacular scenery, not to mention shopping, places to eat, and exciting events. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are within easy reach and Stirling has a railway station with services to both cities.'
Council tax band: NotSet