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‘Maybank’ 4 Prospect Street, Camelon, Falkirk FK1 4AZ - £280,000 Offers Over

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***CLOSING DATE THURSDAY 14TH APRIL 2022 @ 12 NOON***

Description

Located on the outskirts of Falkirk town centre, in a sought after locale is the opportunity to purchase this bright, spacious traditional semi detached villa. This attractive stone built property is well placed for access to many excellent town centre amenities including three railway stations, popular with Edinburgh and Glasgow commuters. This is an ideal family home retaining a number of period features, and is within walking distance of Camelon train station, and Falkirk town centre. It is also within walking distance of the local shops, and a very easy drive, to the Tesco retail park. The spacious accommodation comprises: entrance vestibule, entrance hall, lounge, dining room, dining kitchen, shower room and utility room on the lower level. The upper level provides access to 2 double bedrooms and a single bedroom/study, with the mezzanine level having a further double bedroom and bathroom. There is a storage cupboard on the ground floor, and on the mezzanine level, with the upper landing giving access to a floored and lined loft space. The property further benefits from double glazing (apart from 2 windows) and gas central heating. Externally there are well maintained gardens to the rear, which comprises an area laid to lawn, further area to patio with the remainder being laid to mature shrubs and plants. The rear garden has perimeter fencing and hedging, with path to side giving access to the front. The garden to the front has a small area laid to lawn and shrubs and plants. There is a drive to the front of the property, providing parking, with additional on street parking within the vicinity. The property offers a superb family home, and we anticipate a high level of interest due to the size, style and location.  EPC=E(51) Council Tax Band-E

Location

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 popular Helix, featuring the world famous Kelpies.