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2 Bedroom Detached House SSTC

Witches Craig, Blairlogie

Property Description

Martin and Co are delighted to present to the market this seldom available two bedroom detached 'Park' bungalow situated in the 'Witches Craig Caravan Park' within the popular Blairlogie area of Stirling. The property has been brought to the market in excellent condition throughout. Viewing comes highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

The accommodation is formed over one level comprising: entrance porch, open plan living room / kitchen, two bedrooms and a three piece family bathroom suite with overhead electric shower. The property benefits from having double glazing, calor gas central heating and private gardens to the front side and rear. The shed which comes with its own electricity supply will be included in the asking price. Also included in the asking price are all floor coverings, washing machine, fridge, freezer and gas cooker. The property further benefits from having a decked veranda to the front of the property which is accessed from the living room.

It should be noted it is a condition of the factors that persons above 55 years of age live in the complex.

Witches Craig is located in a peaceful, relaxing part of Central Scotland where every pitch has stunning views of the Ochil Hills and across to the historic city of Stirling. If you're feeling active, you can access the Ochil Hills direct from the park, wander along an ancient roadway to the village of Blairlogie, or walk in the footsteps of William Wallace to the nearby Abbey Craig. In addition, major road and rail networks are also available providing links to Stirling, Falkirk, Glasgow, Edinburgh and throughout central Scotland.

For viewing arrangements or further information please contact Martin and Co on 01786 448 812.

Living Room - 12'8" x 12'4"
Kitchen - 9'9" x 7'6"
Bedroom One - 13'5" x 9'4"
Bedroom Two - 9'4" x 7'8"
Bathroom - 6'11" x 6'2"
Hall - 5'8" x 3'0"
Entrance Porch - 9'9" x 3'9"

Measurements are approximate and in most cases are taken with a digital/sonic-measuring device and are taken to the widest point.

 
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