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Ardclach

15 Craignavie Road
Killin
Central Scotland
FK21 8SH

‘Ardclach’ is a spacious well maintained and beautifully presented example of a Late Victorian Stone Built Villa.  The well proportioned accommodation is of a bright flexible nature still retaining many original features.  Sympathetically modernised by the present owners over the last 25 years, the property now combines the grace and style of the Victorian era with the ease of modern living requirements.  The current configuration comprises entrance vestibule, elegant welcoming reception hall, large lounge with multi fuel recessed stove, diningroom with twin aspect windows, generous kitchen/family room (with a separate pantry), rear vestibule, utility room and w.c. on the ground floor.  A broad staircase gives access to a very spacious master bedroom, two further double bedrooms and a study/4th bedroom and bathroom.

Offers Over £300,000
  • Detached Villa
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bath/Shower Rooms
  • 2 Public Rooms
  • Double Glazing
  • Private Garden
  • Garage
  • Private Driveway
  • Oil fired central heating

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

‘Ardclach’ is a spacious well maintained and beautifully presented example of a Late Victorian Stone Built Villa.  The well proportioned accommodation is of a bright flexible nature still retaining many original features.  Sympathetically modernised by the present owners over the last 25 years, the property now combines the grace and style of the Victorian era with the ease of modern living requirements.  The current configuration comprises entrance vestibule, elegant welcoming reception hall, large lounge with multi fuel recessed stove, diningroom with twin aspect windows, generous kitchen/family room (with a separate pantry), rear vestibule, utility room and w.c. on the ground floor.  A broad staircase gives access to a very spacious master bedroom, two further double bedrooms and a study/4th bedroom and bathroom.  The bright upper landing also has a large loft hatch into an extensive floored loft area.  The subjects are further enhanced by double glazing and oil fired central heating with the addition of two multi fuel stoves/fires in the lounge and kitchen/family room.  The acute attention to detail extends to the mature enclosed garden grounds which encompass a large lawn, mature flower/shrub beds, vegetable patch, extensive lawn area, sun patio, workshop, shed and driveway with off-street parking for several cars.  There is also a separate detached garage with additional off-street parking if required.

SITUATION

Killin is a picturesque historic village on the edge of Scotland’s National Park.  Still retaining many of its fascinating buildings, the active village community is well served by extensive local amenities, along with over 40 clubs and societies catering for most tastes and abilities.  Schooling at primary level is local with secondary students attending the nearby school in Callendar.  In addition to the many local services the area is also known for its extensive range of activities from watersports to rural pursuits, while for the less energetic there are a delightful selection of coffee shops, bistros and restaurants as well as the Visitor Centre/Woollen Mill.  June each year sees the growing Killin Music Festival organised by a local voluntary group.  For those needing to travel there is access to the national rail and motorway network at Stirling, while for those wishing to travel further afield for either business or pleasure both Glasgow and Edinburgh’s International airports can be reached within approximately 1 hour by car.

Map showing location of 15 Craignavie Road Killin FK21 8SH

Viewing Information

For viewing arrangements please telephone Russel + Aitken on 01324 622 888.

Energy Efficiency Rating: E

Home report available on request.

Notes of Sale

All services throughout the property are UNTESTED. Any purchasers must satisfy themselves with the condition of any central heating boilers, radiators, gas fires, electric showers and all other installations. Every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars however no warranty can be given for the accuracy of the details contained herein.

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