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2 Griffiths Street, Falkirk FK1 5AJ-sold december 2020 - £97,000 Offers Over

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Property Summary


Rarely available traditional ground floor flat in sought after town centre locale. Property does require some upgrading and comprises: storm porch, entrance hall, lounge, dining kitchen, utility, 2 double bedrooms, shower room w/c, D.G. G.C.H. gardens to front & rear, single garage.


Located with the heart of Falkirk town centre, in a highly sought after locale, is the rare opportunity to purchase this spacious traditional ground floor flat. The property is well placed for access to many excellent town centre amenities including 2 railway stations, popular with Edinburgh and Glasgow commuters. The property itself does require some upgrading and remedial works, but does retain some period features including stained glass insert in the internal front door and cornicing. The property comprises: storm porch, entrance hall, lounge, dining kitchen, utility room, 2 double bedrooms and shower room w/c. The property further benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. One of the bedrooms has a large walk in cupboard, offering an abundance of storage. Externally the property has gardens to front which have been laid to chips with some shrubs and plants. To the rear there is a patio area as you exit the property, and then there is a private garden area. The garden area has perimeter fencing with wrought iron gate giving access. The garden has been laid to artificial grass with perimeter path and some shrubs and plants. There is also a rear door giving access to the garage. The property has a garage to the rear providing parking and storage. To the front of the property there is on street parking available. The bright airy property would provide ideal accommodation for single person or couple. The properties in this area are rarely available, and we anticipate a high level of interest due to the size, style and location of the property.


The town of Falkirk enjoys an interesting historical past and is well placed for the M9/M876 motorways, there are also two railway stations offering connections to Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow, along with a regular bus service. The town centre, along with the retail park offers a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants. For the family there are primary and secondary schools, leisure facilities, the Falkirk Wheel, Callendar House and park and the newly opened Helix, featuring the world famous Kelpies.