This terrace home is located in the area known as Moorlands or to the locals, ''Little Scotland'' as all the streets are named after Scottish cities.
The home is situated on a street of similar styled properties and there are well placed local amenities close by. There are also local schools close by, ideal if you have young children.
Just around the corner is Williamson Park which offers 52 acres of open green space for you and your friends to enjoy and the Gregson Community centre is just a short stroll away which offers a variety of events and get together's throughout the year. The city centre is only a few minutes walk away where you can find great bars, restaurants, a theatre and cinema and high street shops.
As you pull up on Stirling Road, pause for a moment and take in the wonderful views from this elevated position.
Open the front door and step inside the porch and through to the hallway. Original period features, wood flooring and original doors are presented before you. The stairs ahead lead up to the first floor. We'll begin by heading into the living area.
The lounge is a generous size and looks out over the front of the home. The built in cupboard to the side of the chimney breast houses the meters for the home. Stripped floorboards and crisp white walls create a modern space in which to relax.
The dining room is also well proportioned and looks out into the yard to the rear of the home. This room features a wonderful inglenook stone fireplace with an inset woodburner. Under the stairs you'll find plenty of useful storage space.
The rustic style kitchen leads off from this room. There is space for your white goods and the wooden sash window allows for plenty of natural light to flood in.
A wooden door opens out to the enclosed yard at the rear of the property.
Once you are at the top of the stairs, the landing has access to all three rooms on the first floor. Painted floorboards give a wonderful scandi feel.
The master bedroom is to the front of the home. This is a generous sized double room which has a bright and airy feel. The room has more than enough space for all the furnishings you would need.
The second bedroom looks out over the rear of the home and is once again large enough to accommodate a double bed if required.
Finally there is a bathroom to the rear which has been fitted with a three piece suite in white with a rainfall shower over the p shaped bath. This room has been partially tiled and has a frosted wooden sash window to the rear elevation. Stripped floorboards and neutral decoration offer a relaxing feel. The boiler is neatly hidden away in a cupboard in this room.
To the rear of the home is an enclosed yard with walled boundaries. Gated access leads out to the rear service lane and there is also a brick built outhouse available.
This is the ideal spot to sit and dine alfresco. Planted containers would add a lovely splash of colour and you could even grow your own veg!
A period home on a popular street
2 double bedrooms
3 piece bathroom with rainfall shower
Cosy woodburner in Inglenook Fireplace
Stripped floorboards on ground floor
Rear yard and outhouse
Close to the city centre
No onward chain
Is this your perfect home? A beautiful 2-bed period home in a sought after location. Original features fuse perfectly with stylish decoration. There is a fabulous 3-piece bathroom. Wait until you see the rear yard....