Impressive traditional detached farmhouse enjoying a charming rural setting. The subjects enjoy wonderful views across surrounding fields and countryside. The property occupies extensive grounds incorporating formal gardens, parking and outbuildings. The stone former farm buildings provide a remarkably large fully covered shed recently used as garaging for circa 28 vehicles. A further timber outbuilding provides office and storage facilities. The substantial outbuilding will no doubt appeal to those seeking to combine business and residential interests in one convenient location. Centrally situated, the property enjoys easy access to the surrounding road and motorway network in addition Larbert station, popular with commuters.
The former farmhouse is a handsome two storey villa located within a delightful courtyard. Upgraded by the present owner, the property provides flexible, family sized accommodation formed over two levels. Access is through an entrance vestibule leading to a bright reception hallway with feature staircase. The property displays a number of intact period features including stair balustrade and plasterwork cornice. The public rooms include a super sitting room which takes full advantage of the views and versatile dining room. The breakfasting sized kitchen has a range cooker, island with granite work surface and tiled flooring. A large utility/boot room is situated off the kitchen. The lower floor is completed by a flexible downstairs double bedroom and family bathroom.
On the upper floor, there are three further well proportioned double bedrooms. Bedroom one has a superb en-suite bathroom and dressing room. Bedroom two also enjoys the benefit of walk-in robes and an en-suite shower room. Practical features include excellent storage, double glazing and LPG central heating. Currently run as a successful bed and breakfast, the property is equally suited as a private residence or business. Viewing alone will confirm the overall size and potential this unique property has to offer. EER Rating - Band F.
Sitting Room 16’4” x 11’3” 5.0m x 3.4m
Dining Room 15’7” x 11’8” 4.7m x 3.6m
Kitchen 15’7” x 11’4” 4.7m x 3.4m
Utility/Boot Room 12’3” x 8’4” 3.7m x 2.5m
Bedroom One 15’8” x 13’2” 4.8m x 4.0m
Dressing Room 6’1” x 4’8” 1.8m x 1.4m
En Suite Bathroom 10’9” x 6’1” 3.3m x 1.8m
Bedroom Two 10’4” x 10’3” 3.1m x 3.1m
En Suite Shower Room 5’4” x 5’1” 1.6m x 1.5m
Robes 5’1” x 4’7” 1.5m x 1.4m
Bedroom Three 13’2” x 11’2” 4.0m x 3.4m
Bedroom Four 15’7” x 11’4” 4.7m x 3.4m
Bathroom 8’3” x 5’7” 2.5m x 1.7m
A few things about this property:
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Utility/boot room
- Four bedrooms
- Dressing room
- Two en suites
The finer detail:
- LPG central heating
- Double glazing
- Excellent storage
- Rural setting
Falkirk has a population of about 35,000 and is served by two rail stations, Falkirk High being a stop on the Edinburgh-Glasgow line, ideal for commuters. There are various schools to choose from and a large college campus, The Forth Valley College.
There are many bars and restaurants within a thriving town centre. In more recent years, the Falkirk Wheel and The Kelpies have become particularly popular tourist draws. Not far from the heart of town you will find the historic centre of Callander House and Callander Park grounds.