Truly exceptional luxury upper apartment within historic Larbert House. The subjects enjoy a country estate settling with wonderful, mature, tree lined parkland views. The beautiful wooded policies and loch offer a delightful living environment with peaceful walks. The property has an allocated parking space situated at the front entrance in addition to two further allocated spaces within the residents car park.
Larbert House and Estate were constructed as a private residence by noted Scottish Industrialist Gilbert Stirling in 1822. The developer, All Saints Living, have in consultation with Historic Scotland, carried out an exhaustive programme of refurbishment and redesign which has resulted in some of the finest apartments available in Central Scotland. Refurbishment has included re-roofing, stone cleaning, new double-glazed sash and case windows in addition to an interior finish to an exceptional standard. The developers have skilfully blended the period and charm of original architectural detail and high ceilings with all the conveniences demanded by modern day living.
Flat 4 is situated within the original mansion house which has a particularly impressive, classically inspired entrance portico. The elegant shared reception hallway has been furnished and finished to a high standard and allows access to the lift or carpeted stairway leading to the upper level.
A private reception hallway extends to in excess of thirty five feet and has two cloaks/storage cupboards off. The sitting room has a remarkable, focal point window which takes full advantage of the charming views. The stylish dining kitchen has composite worktops and integrated appliances in addition to space for a dining table and chairs. There are three double sized bedrooms, all of which have fitted robes. Bedrooms one and two each have generously sized en-suite shower rooms. The magnificent master bedroom has a superb bow window and larger en-suite shower room. The accommodation is completed by a generously sized bathroom which, like the en-suite shower rooms, all have Porcelanosa tiling and fittings. The outstanding specification includes new bespoke double-glazed sash and case windows, gas under floor heating, oak flooring, timber veneered doors and woodwork. Amongst the many practical features are extensive additional storage facilities, secure entry system and alarm. A home of immense character, presented in truly walk-in condition, the agents would urge immediate viewing in order to avoid disappointment. Energy Efficiency Rating - C.
Sitting Room/Dining Kitchen 24’0” x 13’4” 7.3m x 4.1m
Bedroom One 15’5” x 11’6” (to window) 4.7m x 3.5m
En Suite Shower Room 11’6” x 6’4” 3.5m x 1.9m
Bedroom Two 14’8” x 11’9” (to window) 4.5m x 3.6m
En Suite Shower Room 9’6” x 6’0” 2.9m x 1.8m
Bedroom Three 13’5” x 11’3” 4.1m x 3.4m
A few things about this property:
- Sitting/dining room
- Stylish kitchen
- Three double bedrooms
- Two en suites
The finer detail:
- Gas under floor heating
- Double glazed sash and case windows
- Oak flooring
- Allocated parking
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.