A highly attractive semi-detached cottage of largely traditional construction with a large rear garden.
In need of modernisation, features include the large open plan lounge with dining room (or third bedroom if required), the really popular and truly so convenient location, the suitability for different types of purchasers, the internal space (do check and compare the good room sizes), the good size garden and we mention again the need for improvement, which means you get the property exactly the way you want it.
Entrance Vestibule: With ceiling light and substantial front door.
Inner Hall: (8'7" x 3'11") With ceiling light and glazed/timber door
Lounge: (16'1" x 13' less stairs) A good size room with living flame gas fire, marble fireplace and hearth, door to side garden.
Dining Room: (13'1" x 11'6") To the front with feature period alcove. Whilst currently open plan, this room could be partitioned off, forming a separate dining room (or third bedroom via access from the hall) if required.
Kitchen: (10'11" x 9'7") A decent size and fitted with older style wall/floor units, electric oven, double stainless steel sink, cupboard.
Rear Lobby: With ceiling light, window and door to side garden.
Bathroom: (7'6" x 6'6") Three piece suite with partial wall tiling, ceiling light and skylight.
Utility: (9'7" x 5'5") With restricted height at parts, it has large Belfast sink with floor units, surface top, plumbing for automatic washing machine and window.
Landing: With cupboard, ceiling light and loft access.
Double Bedroom: (12'7" x 9'6") To the rear with double fitted wardrobe and good size window.
Double Bedroom: (15'7" x 9'1") A good size room to the front with double fitted wardrobe and two windows.
Heating & windows: Heating is by radiators supplied from a gas fired boiler, which also heats the water. The property is predominantly double glazed throughout.
Gardens: The front garden is easily maintained and is all walled in. A paved/chipped path leads to a wooden gate that provides access to the very large rear garden. It is mostly laid to lawn with a wonderful selection of mature shrubs, wooden shed and is all walled/hedged in.
Parking: Parking is allowed in the street to the front.
Price includes: Flooring, carpets, light fittings, kitchen appliances mentioned.
Entry date: This will be flexible to suit a purchaser, please let us know a date that suits your own requirements.
Viewing/surveys: To be arranged strictly through the selling agents, Ian Gray Estate Agents on .
Council tax band: Band D.
Home report: This can be made available to positively interested viewers or their solicitors.
Common charges: None.
Entry date: This will be flexible to suit the purchasers. Check with this office, please regarding a suitable date.
Viewing/surveys: Strictly to be through the Ian Gray office on .
Finding it - If coming from say Larbert Cross, head east along the Main Street. Go through Stenhousemuir's three sets of traffic lights (all on King Street) and 600m after the last set, turn right into Munro Street - about 200m along, at the end on the left, you will find no.27 (it's the second last cottage).
The street and area are popular indeed - as they really are so convenient for so many facilities. Within around half a mile or so are the shopping precinct (with Asda, varied shops, library, banks, etc), medical centres, good primary and secondary schools, and the excellent circular bus route for travel to Falkirk and the Hospital (it's about 1.5 miles). Larbert mainline station (Glasgow/Edinburgh/Stirling/etc, and with plenty free parking) is say a mile, and so is Stenhousemuir Sports centre, and there is easy access to the motorway/main road system for Glasgow, the South, Fife, Stirling, Edinburgh, etc. Within about 2 miles are 3 golf courses, football and cricket grounds, and bowling clubs - and plenty good walking.