2 Bedrooms / 1 Bathrooms / 2 Reception
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****CLOSING DATE SET FOR THURSDAY 27TH JANUARY 2022 AT 12 NOON. ANY OFFERS MUST BE EMAILED VIA A SOLICITOR BY THEN TO firstname.lastname@example.org****
Outstanding two-bedroom traditional style villa located in a highly sought-after street in Grangemouth. This stunning property built circa 1890 has been fully renovated throughout to a high standard including a full re-wire and plastering, and is an absolute credit to the current owner. Grangemouth is served by local amenities ranging from high street shops to supermarkets, bars and restaurants, sports complex and athletics stadium and the beautiful Zetland Park. This property is in walk in condition and would suit a variety of purchasers.
The spacious accommodation over two levels comprises of two reception rooms, kitchen, shower room, two double bedrooms and a study. This beautiful property has a new kitchen, bathroom, full re-wire, all walls and ceilings plastered, new sockets, switches, radiators, skirtings and facings.
Entrance is via a vestibule accessing the grand hallway with engineered wood flooring and a large modern vertical radiator. To the front is a fabulous reception room with traditional features and boasts a large bay window providing an abundance of natural light. Adjacent is a further reception room, currently used as a dining area, and has a feature panelled wall and open access to the kitchen. The stunning kitchen from Wren is only three months old and has been fitted with a good range of units, Belfast sink, large double oven, grill and 7 burner gas hob, space for appliances and a door accessing the rear garden. The lower level is completed with a 6-month-old shower room with double shower enclosure, basin and wc.
On the upper level there is a bright spacious landing with skylight window providing natural light. There are two double bedrooms which have both been tastefully decorated, with one room enjoying garden views. Finishing this floor is a further smaller room providing flexibility in use.
Externally, there is a low maintenance front garden and to the rear is a south facing garden with drying lawn, patio and garage.
Other points of interest include gas central heating with new radiators throughout, loft access, new roof ten years ago, ample street parking and engineered wood flooring throughout the lower level.
Council Tax band: D
Energy Efficiency Rating: E
Local: Grangemouth has excellent transport facilities with readily accessible motorway links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and beyond. Grangemouth is also near to the popular Helix Park and Kelpies, the Historic Callendar house and park, and the famous Falkirk Wheel, a rotating boat lift connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.
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