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Offers Over £235,000

3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House SSTC

Ballengeich Road, Stirling

Property Description

Martin & Co are delighted to present to market this unique opportunity to purchase a three-bedroom semi-detached property nestled at the foot of majestic Stirling Castle. Situated on approximately one-third of an acre of what is believed to be the 16th Century royal stable block, the property enjoys an enviable elevated setting and benefits from panoramic views across Stirling and surrounds. Early viewing comes highly recommended.

The accommodation is formed over two levels. The ground floor offers entrance porch with access to the hallway and staircase; living room with bay window providing superb views of the Kings Knot and the castle; and spacious dining room leading to kitchen, utility room and downstairs shower room. The rear garden is accessible from the utility room.

The upper level includes three bedrooms (two of which are double) and bathroom.

This large plot is situated on Ballengeich Road within the historic city of Stirling and within walking distance of the city centre. With gardens to the front, side and rear, the side and rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn with designated patio areas, and the front has been laid to stone chippings. A unique feature of the garden are the cottage ruins, believed to have been inhabited by the royal stable hand.

This desirable property benefits from gas central heating and a detached garage and retains many original features.

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

Entrance Porch - 10'10" x 4'11"
Living Room - 15'2" x 13'10"
Dining Room - 13'11" x 13'8"
Kitchen - 14'2" x 5'6"
Utility Room - 7'1" x 7'1"
Master Bedroom - 13'6" x 13'1"
Bedroom Two - 14'2" x 12'11"
Bedroom Three - 9'10" x 7'9"
Bathroom - 6'9" x 4'4"
Downstairs Shower Room - 7'1" x 6'3"
Downstairs Hallway - 6'5" x 3'6"
Upper Hallway - 10'7" x 9'4"

'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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