Earlwood House, FK2 0DP, Reddingmuirhead

Offers over £549,995

4 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / 3 Reception

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  • Fabulous sandstone Victorian style cottage
  • Highly regarded area in Reddingmuirhead
  • Build in 1800's with many original features and upgraded for modern day living
  • Elevated position with tree-lined views
  • Private grand entrance with sweeping driveway and stable block currently utilised as a garage/office/workshop
  • Substantial plot with mature south facing gardens
  • Flexible accommodation with conservatory and cinema room
  • Beautiful countryside and canal walks on the doorstep
  • Only had two owners in the last 70 years
  • Stable block currently being used as office/single garage and workshop

A rare and wonderful opportunity to purchase this outstanding and much-admired Victorian period detached sandstone villa. “Earlwood House” is located in the highly regarded area of Reddingmuirhead and is within easy reach to Linlithgow and Falkirk. This unique sandstone property built circa 1800 boasts many period features including ornate cornicing, ornamental fireplaces and yet has been modified and upgraded to meet the demands of today’s modern day living.

This wonderful family home offers a luxurious lifestyle. Every room has been extremely well presented with tasteful décor, high-quality floor coverings and is in truly walk in condition and a credit to the current owners. This rare to the market family home as only been on the market twice in seventy years and is an opportunity not to be missed. Early viewing highly recommended.

Boasting an elevated position just a short walk to Polmont Train Station, the house enjoys fantastic tree-lined views. Surrounding the property are extensive and wonderfully manicured gardens enjoying extreme privacy. The grand entrance is via wrought iron gates to a sweeping gravel driveway leading up to the front and side of the house to a former stable block which is currently being utilised as a single garage/office and workshop. The garage leads on to a former stable block currently used as an office/single garage/workshop. To the rear is a beautifully maintained south facing split level garden incorporating patio, stone steps to the upper level, large lawn, bedding areas and many delightful mature trees, bushes and shrubs and an outhouse with an office which could easily also be a granny annexe.

Entrance to the property is via a large porch leading to a fantastic grand hallway with ornate features. To the front is an elegant drawing room with focal point traditional fireplace, ornate cornicing and featured windows with wooden shutters. Next to the front formal lounge is a snug lounge which could be used as a dining room, decorated in dark tones, hardwood flooring and also featuring a lovely fire with a delightful wood surround. This sizeable kitchen has been fully fitted with the finest quality materials including attractive black granite effect worktops above the units and wood effect top on the Island. Integrated appliances include a double oven, five burner gas hob, free-standing dishwasher and fridge/freezer and also features an island with breakfast stools. Off the kitchen is a handy utility room. Leaving the kitchen up a few stairs leads you into the elevated bright and warm conservatory with a more modern and relaxed feel. This lovely space provides access to the rear garden and views of the phenomenal garden. This pleasant room is such a lovely place to unwind and relax with family and friends. The lower accommodation has the added benefit of two generous sized bedrooms. The master comprises of a walk-in wardrobe and extremely modern shower room with sauna. The lower accommodation is completed with a family shower room.

Taking the stairs to the second level you will find a further two good sized and tastefully decorated bedrooms (one double, one single). These rooms allow a good degree of flexibility with their use. Completing the upper accommodation is a family cinema room off one of the bedrooms and an abundance of storage.

Council Tax Band: E
Energy Efficiency Rating: E

Local: Reddingmuirhead is a large village on the outskirts of Falkirk and is close to all local amenities including schools, medical centre, library, and a large Tesco store. Nearby Falkirk also has excellent transport facilities with readily accessible motorway links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and beyond and is served by two main line railway stations offering further superb transport links. Falkirk is also home 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.

Reference: ATR1001096


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