Presented to the market in exceptional condition throughout is this striking, Georgian Villa, with magnificent walled garden grounds, located in the prestigious Kings Park Conservation Area.
Built in circa 1825, 6 Melville Terrace has an impressive frontage with steps leading to the stone fronted entrance with Doric columns. 'B' listed and finished to the highest of standards, the property enjoys many period features such as high ceilings with ornate cornicing, open fireplaces, and ornamental lighting. It combines both contemporary and traditional features with the emphasis placed on modern, stylish fixtures and fittings, complemented by panelled doors, stripped flooring, deep moulded skirting boards and a beautiful period staircase.
The internal accommodation, spreading over approximately 4,822 square feet and is formed over three levels. The entrance vestibule and welcoming reception hallway give access to three reception rooms, a bedroom suite with shower room and home office. The grand sweeping staircase leads to the upper landing and four generously proportioned bedrooms, plus two high spec bathrooms. The lower ground floor features a David Douglas bespoke fitted kitchen with gas fired AGA and dining area, boiler room, additional reception room/games room, boot and kit room, utility room with WC and shower. Access to the rear garden and separate front entrance are available on this level.
Externally, the property sits in extensive and mature garden grounds extending to approximately 0.75 acres. To the front is a driveway with multi-car parking. The walled, rear gardens are a delight and offer an extremely private space for outdoor entertaining. A selection of specimen trees, vegetable beds and shrubs complement the substantial lawned area. To the side of the house is an attached garage, currently used for storage.
Melville Terrace is in an established residential area, a short walk to the centre of Stirling. The very popular King’s Park is only a few minutes' walk, as is Stirling Golf Club. 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 within walking distance nearby 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 in the area. Stirling University, which includes the MacRobert Arts Centre, is also within easy reach. Motorway access to Glasgow (24 miles), 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 station, 15 minutes’ walk, serve Glasgow, Edinburgh, and The North for the many daily commuters. Leisure and recreational facilities in and around the city are excellent and 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. EPC Band - D
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