Plot 3 The View, Shieldhill Road, Shieldhill FK1 2BL

The View, Shieldhill is a development of 8 Detached Homes located just 3 miles from Falkirk with stunning views over the Forth Valley, and open farmland to the South.

This rural, yet well connected village is perfectly placed for access to the M8 and M9 motorways, with Polmont and Falkirk high train stations less than 10 mins away.

A regular bus service runs through the village.

The View is within walking distance of the excellent Shieldhill Primary School and Braes High School.

Shieldhill village caters for all your local needs with shops, hairdresser, pubs, and takeaways.

The Tesco Supermarket is less than a mile away in Reddingmuirhead.

The Rosie house type is a 4 bed detached home with garage and upstairs balcony.

External Finishes

Slate Grey roof tiles
Off white render, with grey facing brick
White upvc fascia and barge boards
Anthracite colour upvc windows, with low E double glazing, chrome handles, and finished white
internally
Black upvc gutters and downpipes

Landscaping

Paviour driveway with integral garage
1.8m screen fence between houses in the rear garden
Turf to front garden and rear garden
Concrete slabbed path to front entrance and rear patio
Composite dark grey decking to bi-fold doors

Internal finishes

Designer kitchen in a range of colours and finishes, sink and taps, with fully integrated
appliances including washing machine, induction hob, dishwasher, microwave/grill, concealed
cooker hood and fridge freezer
Carpet to all rooms, with vinyl flooring to bathroom, wc, ensuite and kitchen
Fitted designer wardrobe doors
Contemporary sanitary ware, with floating vanity units
Thermostatic fixed head and variable hand set shower to ensuite and bathroom
9.5k electric shower to downstairs shower room
Choice of wet wall finish to shower and over bath areas
Choice of wet wall back boards between kitchen worktop and wall units
Anthracite Bi-fold doors to rear garden patio
Feature Anthracite glazed high performance front door
Stylish internal doors in mid-grey colour with brushed chrome handles, glazed to dining and
kitchen
Matt emulsion to ceilings
Pale grey matt emulsion to walls
Eggshell white finished skirting and architraves
High efficiency gas central heating, with wireless heating controls
Photovoltaic panel system (solar PV panels)
White finished electrical sockets
Low energy lighting installed, with led external sensor lights to front and rear patio

Warranty

All homes are built to the best of our ability, using locally sourced materials, and labour, warranted by us and covered by architecture certification and insurance.

Dunedin, 78 Wallace Street, Grangemouth FK3 8BS

Description

We are delighted to bring to the market the opportunity to purchase ’Dunedin’ a larger style, traditional end terraced villa, which has been in the same family for around 50 years. Located within a popular locale close to Zetland Park, the property is well placed for the main town amenities, and access to the M9 motorway taking you to Glasgow and Edinburgh. This superb family home provides bright, airy accommodation over 2 levels, is set within a popular street, and benefits from the addition of parking and a timber garage to the rear. The internal accommodation offers versatile living, and comprises: ent vestibule, entrance hall, lounge, study (or could be utilised as 4th bedroom), family room, dining/breakfast room, kitchen and shower room all on the lower level. The upper level gives access to 3 bedrooms (2 double), separate w/c, and a spacious upper landing. The property also benefits from double glazing, part gas central heating and part electric heating. Externally there are well maintained garden grounds to rear, which are mainly laid to patio and monoblock, providing ideal seating space or additional parking, with a small area of shrubs and plants and garden shed. There is a perimeter wall providing private and enclosed gardens, with gate to side, and double gates to allow vehicle access. There is also a timber garage providing parking and storage, which would benefit from refurbishment or replacement. The gardens to front are laid to chips and a small area of lawn, with some shrubs and plants. There is further on street parking to the front of the property. Due to the location, style, and size of the property, a high level of interest is anticipated. EPC=D (63) Council Tax Band-E

Location

The town of Grangemouth sits on the South bank of the River Forth. Nestled adjacent to the M9 motorway the town offers access to Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow. There are a range of local amenities including: primary and secondary schools and a variety of shops, stores, bars and restaurants. Nearby is the popular Helix which provides a range of family activities, and incorporates the famous Kelpies.