Harper & Stone are delighted to bring to the market 73A Newhouse a traditional mid terraced villa of genuine charm and character which extends to approximately 1400sqf/130sqm of versatile living space and enjoys an enviable and extremely sought-after setting within a highly desirable locale.
Access to the property is through a double-glazed front door leading to the hall. To the right is the main lounge, a lovely room with a homely feel to it. A lovely feature is the 60cm deep windows to the front of the property. An under-stair storage cupboard boasts plenty of space for storing coats etc. From here through partially glazed double doors is a family living/dining area which then leads onto a fabulous kitchen diner. A light bright area with 4 Velux windows allowing the light to flood in, French doors lead out to the back garden. The fitted kitchen comprises under the worktop units in a lovely neutral sage colour with brass handles. There is an integrated Neff Slide and Hide oven, Ceramic hob, extractor fan, and integrated dishwasher. Leading off the kitchen is a utility room with stainless steel sink, and space for a freestanding washing machine and tumble dryer. From here is a downstairs cloakroom comprising handbasin and WC which completes the downstairs accommodation.
Stairs from the hallway lead up to the first floor comprising a beautifully fitted shower room and two double bedrooms. Bedroom 2 to the left of the bathroom is rear facing with a built-in wardrobe and is currently utilised as a sewing space/spare bedroom. Along the landing towards the front of the house is the master bedroom with built-in wardrobe, and a lovely deep windowsill overlooking the front of the house towards Beechwood Park.
The top floor comprises two further double bedrooms and a walk in storage cupboard housing the hot water tank. Bedroom three faces the back of the house and again has built-in wardrobes, this space is currently being utilised as an office/music room. Bedroom 4 is at the front of the house and benefits from a double fitted wardrobe and lovely views over Beechwood Park.
The storage cupboard which is a mirror footprint of the shower room on the first floor offers the potential, subject to planning permission to be converted into a bath/shower room. Potentially if this were completed then the top floor could lend itself to independent living for a family member.
To the front of the property is a small garden bound by a low set stone wall and iron railings. The rear garden has been designed for low maintenance with an array of plants and the option to erect a privacy fence. There is a detached garage, and a gated driveway which provides secure off-road parking.
All internal doors have recently been replaced with solid oak doors except for the living room and the property was newly double glazed in January 2020 affording excellent sound and thermal insulation. The sale will include all fitted floor coverings, light fittings, window poles and tracks and integrated appliances where applicable.
Council Tax Band E
EER Band D
Newhouse is set in an established residential area, within a short walking distance to the centre of Stirling. As well as the excellent shopping facilities the city has to offer, there are numerous sites of historical significance such as Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument. Schooling is available within walking distance at both primary and secondary level and the region is well served by independent schools with Fairview International Bridge of Allan, Dollar Academy and Morrison’s all within a short commute. Stirling Health Care Village is also a short walk away. Stirling University, which includes the MacRobert Arts Centre, is also within easy reach. Motorway access to Glasgow (24 miles) is one of the UK's most dynamic cities with outstanding shopping, excellent theatres, and a thriving business district. Edinburgh (37 miles) and Perth (33 miles) are also easily accessible by motorway. Regular trains from Stirling serve Glasgow, Edinburgh, and The North for the many daily commuters in the City.
Leisure and recreational facilities in and around the city are excellent including Stirling Golf Club and The Peak. Stirling is on the edge of some of Scotland’s most beautiful countryside, including the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park. Stirling is the Gateway to the Highlands.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.
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