Bedrooms - 4
Public Rooms - 2
Heating Type - Gas
Room sizes and accommodation
5.81m x 2.98m (19’1 x 9’9)
3.97m x 2.98m (13’0 x 9’9)
4.04m x 2.97m (13’3 x 9’9)
3.74m x 2.71m (12’3 x 8’11)
2.27m x 2.02m (7’6 x 6’7)
4.63m x 3.66m (15’3 x 12’0)
2.39m x 2.12m (7’10 x 7’0)
Space for en-suite
2.41m x 2.10m (7’11 x 6’11)
3.49m x 3.22m (11’5 x 10’7)
3.17m x 1.71m (10’5 x 5’7)
Walking distance to village centre
Close to excellent local amenities
Traditional fireplaces throughout
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Rarely available, an extended B listed 19th century townhouse (circa 1855), with most impressive accommodation over three floors and superb garden ground to rear, with quality gazebo and garden bar.
There is a flexible internal layout which includes a reception hallway, lounge, kitchen (with high gloss units and feature slate floor), sitting room, dining room (French doors to garden) and utility room on ground floor level. A feature staircase with original stone steps leads to the middle level and access to master bedroom (with dressing room and space/plumbing for en-suite), bedroom two and attractive bathroom. The top floor landing provides access to two further bedrooms, shower room and study area.
Gas central heating is installed with double glazed windows throughout, under floor heating (in kitchen, dining room and top floor shower room), many period features including exposed stone walls, natural timber flooring, deep window sills, log burning stoves and feature fireplaces throughout. There are pleasant outlooks to front and rear.
The property boasts mature garden grounds to rear which feature a host of flower beds, mature trees, patio area, timber decking, shrubs, water feature and maximum privacy. Worth highlighting is the large gazebo with quality contemporary lighting, corner seating and impressive garden bar.
Doune is a picturesque village steeped in history and surrounded by open countryside, approximately seven miles west of Stirling. The village provides good local amenities, including shopping, post office, Inns, health surgery, dress/gift shop, and churches. A primary school and nursery school are both situated in the village. The nearby city of Stirling offers excellent shopping facilities with the major stores present in the Thistle and Marches Shopping Centres. Access to the motorway and railway networks is approximately 10 minutes away by car.