Located within the sought after village of Brightons, this stunning, individually built luxury detached property is situated within a small cul-de-sac, of only three properties of similar calibre. Occupying a prime corner plot, the property enjoys the benefit of fully enclosed landscaped gardens complemented by a large block paved driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The integral double sized garage has an electric roll over door. The delightful, fully enclosed, south facing rear garden affords outstanding privacy and incorporates a level lawn in addition to a large deck with covered family barbecue area, ideal for entertaining.
Constructed under NHBC supervision in 2013 on behalf of the present owners, the American inspired design incorporates feature two storey window formations, patio, French doors and electric Velux windows, all contributing to the superb natural light. Access is through an impressive reception hallway which has a remarkable two storey ceiling with gallery above. The reception hallway has a handsome, hardwood glass staircase. The public rooms include a charming sitting room which takes full advantage of views and enjoys access to the gardens via patio doors. The glazed gallery above and two storey ceiling are beautifully lit by the electric Velux windows above. The wonderful dining room is open-plan to the kitchen/family room and extends to in excess of twenty seven feet. The kitchen has integrated appliances, quartz and hardwood worktops. The family area enjoys access via French doors to the gardens. The large utility room and drying cupboard are both situated off the kitchen with access via courtesy doors to the integral garage and gardens. There are four flexible double sized bedrooms on the ground floor, all of which have fitted robes. The master bedroom is particularly worthy of note boasting a two storey feature window in addition to patio doors allowing access to the deck and gardens. Note is also drawn to the extensive fitted storage and generously sized master en-suite shower room with contemporary sink, walk-in shower and ceramic tiling. Bedroom two enjoys the benefit of an en-suite bathroom. The ground floor is completed by a large family bathroom with free standing bath, quadrant shower, bowl sink and vanity storage.
On the upper level there is a versatile mezzanine studio style living area currently utilised as an occasional fifth bedroom with living space and a study. The upper level has four electric Velux windows, glass gallery overlooking the main living area and access to super walk-in attic storage. Further points of interest include gas fired, under floor heating, double glazing, alarm system and Cat 6 wiring. A home of immense character, viewing alone will confirm the overall size and appeal of this remarkable residence. EER Rating : Band B.
Reception Hall 16’6” x 11’5” 5.03m x 3.48m
Sitting Room 18’2” x 17’7” 5.54m x 5.36m
Dining/Kitchen/Family Room 27’3” x 21’5” (at widest) 8.31m x 6.53m
Bedroom One 14’7” x 14’2” 4.45m x 4.32m
En Suite Shower Room 10’1” x 8’4” 3.07m x 2.54m
Bedroom Two 14’7” x 12’0” 4.45m x 3.66m
En Suite Bathroom 8’9” x 5’9” 2.67m x 1.75m
Bedroom Three 14’8” x 10’1” 4.47m x 3.07m
Bedroom Four 11’6” x 10’2” 3.51m x 3.10m
Living Room/Bedroom Five/Study 22’5” x 19’6” (at widest) 6.83m x 5.94m
Family Bathroom 10’1” x 7’8” 3.07m x 2.34m
Utility Room 14’7” x 6’2” 4.45m x 1.88m
Garage 21’6” x 19’1” (at widest) 6.55m x 5.82m
A few things about this property:
- Sitting room
- Dining area
- Family area
- Four bedrooms
- Two en suites
- Utility room
- Drying area
- Mezzanine bedroom five with living space and study
The finer detail:
- Gas under floor heating
- Double glazing
- Alarm system
- Enclosed landscaped gardens
- Driveway and double garage
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.