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Harper & Stone are delighted to present to the open market 8 Powis Mains Steading, a stunning home which enjoys a sought after location within an exclusive residential development of 11 dwellings, all of which are varied and unique property styles. The development is set in an idyllic semi rural location, with enviable panoramic views of the Ochil Hills, Wallace Monument and surrounding countryside. It is however convenient for all amenities including major road and rail networks which provide swift access to the business and cultural centres throughout Scotland and beyond.
Double storm doors open into the entrance vestibule and on into the welcoming hallway with doors into the principal apartments and carpeted staircase to the bedrooms on the first floor. There are two well proportioned hall cupboards and a door leading into the cloakroom. Double doors lead into the open plan living/dining/kitchen which offers a relaxed open space with dual aspect patio doors, one opening into the rear garden and the other to the side garden with patio area. There is ample room for comfortable seating and dining furniture beside the log burning stove which is to the side of a front facing window which has superb views of The Wallace Monument. The kitchen has been well thought out to provide a real ‘cooks kitchen’ with premium units. The centre island houses several deep soft closing drawers, a wine fridge and cupboard with a Bosch induction hob. A wall of units incorporates additional storage and a Neff double oven, with built in microwave and a separate warming drawer and an integrated fridge freezer. At one end there is a breakfast bar area which is inlaid with hard wood, providing a great place to share a conversation while cooking. The sink and mixer tap are set into the worktop opposite the island as is the Neff dishwasher. A door leads into the sizeable laundry room with space for washing machine and tumble drier and an upright fridge freezer. There is a large double storage cupboard which is shelved. The wall mounted boiler is positioned to the side of the Stable door which leads out into the rear garden.
Back into the hallway double doors open into the lounge, which has two sets of patio doors with the front facing set having stunning uninterrupted views of the Wallace Monument over a sizable front garden. The other patio doors open out onto the side garden, again with lovely views to the Ochil Hills. This lovely peaceful room has a contemporary gas, living flame fire, installed by Athena, which is set into the corner of the room built into a low level unit.
The half turn carpeted staircase leads up to the upper hallway, with doors into the bedrooms and bathroom. There are two double built in wardrobes, which provide accessible extra storage space.
The master bedroom suite is a generously proportioned room offering a tranquil space with front facing patio doors and a glass Juliet balcony overlooking the Wallace Monument, and an additional low level Velux window offers stunning views of the Ochils hills. There is a walk in dressing area with two double fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors and a rear facing Velux window gives a light an airy feel to this space. The three piece ensuite has a neutrally tiled floor with underfloor heating and tiled walls around the wash hand basin.
The other two bedrooms are both double in size with bedroom 2 having two patio doors, one to the side and the one to the rear has a glass Juliet balcony, also with a Velux window which makes this a bright bedroom which is bathed in natural light. There is a double fitted wardrobe with sliding mirrored doors providing ample storage. Bedroom three has a single side facing patio door, again with a glass Juliet balcony and like all bedrooms, carpeting underfoot. The fourth bedroom is currently utilised as a home office but has also been used as a comfortable bedroom. There is a front facing Velux window and carpeting underfoot. The family bathroom has a four piece white suite of corner shower cubicle, bath, WC and wash hand basin. Neutrally tiled floor with underfloor heating and tiling to the walls, with a side facing window.
Externally there are private well tended gardens to the front, side and rear which are well defined and bounded by stone walls and hedging. There is a gravel parking bay belonging to No 8 to the left as you enter the development via the shared driveway, with a path leading to the front door. The front garden has views over countryside to the Wallace Monument and is laid to lawn with a stone patio directly out from the lounge. To the side there is a large stone patio with ample space for alfresco entertaining, again with superb views of the surrounding countryside. There is a single garage accessed via the shared tarmac driveway of the development, with an up and over electric door with parking in front for a further two cars. Within the development there is a concealed bin store for the use of all dwellings.
Additionally, there is planning permission for an extension off the kitchen dining area which will house either an additional reception room or bedroom complete with ensuite to provide a self-contained living area.
Council Tax Band G
Sewage: Septic tank
Powis Mains sits next to Blairlogie situated at the base of the great southern rock-face of Dumyat between Stirling and Menstrie. Three miles from the former spa town of Bridge of Allan with a fine range of shops, cafes and restaurants, with more extensive shopping facilities being available in nearby Stirling. Stirling city centre is within easy reach and offers an excellent choice of shopping facilities including the Thistles shopping centre. Close to hand are a wide range of social and leisure pursuits including restaurants, cinema, playing fields and the extensive facilities at Stirling University. There is local schooling at nursery and primary level, with secondary schooling at Stirling High. The independent sector is well provided for, with Fairview located close by in Bridge of Allan and other independent schools in the area including Dollar and Morrison's Academy, Crieff. In addition to the varied sporting facilities close by, there are plentiful open spaces and woodland walks. Stirling is well positioned for commuting to all major towns and cities in Central Scotland. The motorway network is close by as is the A9 giving access to Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Perth. Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are easily accessed, and Stirling Railway Station provides regular services to all major business hubs.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only and are not precise. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.
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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