2 Bedroom house

Greenfield Court, Balfron, Glasgow, G63

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

A two-bedroom detached bungalow set amidst quite a large garden in the Stirlingshire village of Balfron. Finished in roughcast, under a tiled roof, the house has replacement UPVC double glazed windows (except the single glazed side porch), cavity wall insulation (from 2000 and with a twenty five year guarantee) and there is a gas central heating system with a Potterton Promax combination boiler (2007), with the lounge having a Living Flame coal effect gas fire (2015). Whilst the original bathroom has been refitted with a modern shower room suite, clients will see from the photographs herein, and should note, that the subjects are somewhat dated in décor and general finish. This has been price reflected and allows suitable scope for the buyer to invest and upgrade accordingly. It is set in a small cul-de-sac, of only eight homes, at the heart of Balfron and its position affords a super view to the front, beyond The Village, to the slopes of the Fintry Hills and the summit of Dumgoyne. Balfron has a fantastic sense of local community with a vibrant village life and a surprising array of local shops and facilities - an ironmongers, an excellent butchers, bakers, pharmacy, café, a really well stocked Co-op, Bank of Scotland bank and a health centre. It has a golf course. It is perhaps particularly noted for its excellent school campus (primary and secondary) with swimming pool. The accommodation comprises an L shaped open-plan lounge and dining room, with the lounge having a fireplace with the aforementioned Living Flame gas fire and a broad picture window to the front, taking advantage of its wonderful view. The dining area is compact and has a smaller picture style window overlooking the back garden. A kitchen with a galley style arrangement with flush white matt units at eyelevel and at counter height and white worksurfaces. The cooker with gas hob and the filter cooker hood above will be included in the sale. Single glazed side porch with back door. Inner hall with hatch to the property's attic, accessed via a loft ladder. Two double bedrooms, with the larger bedroom having a run of wardrobes with sliding doors. Shower room with a modern three-piece white suite, including a 1,165mm shower enclosure in which there is a Mira Miniduo thermostatic shower. Fully tiled walls. Outside, the property has, at the end of slabbed and gravel four car driveway, an old, single sized, timber garage, to the back of which is a detached timber shed. The front garden is protected by a high conifer hedge along two sides, it has grass, a cherry blossom and a conifer, along with a shrubbery bed below the window of bedroom one. Path and steps lead to the front door. The side garden has the drive to the westerly side and an area of grass to the easterly side. The rear garden has the garage and shed, a slabbed patio across the back of the house and an expansive area of grass interspersed with shrubs and, including two rhododendrons and two rowan trees. Situation: Balfron is some eighteen miles from Glasgow City Centre, nineteen miles from Stirling and approximately fifty-seven miles to Edinburgh. It is surrounded by some beautiful countryside and really is a wonderful place in which to live.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

A two-bedroom detached bungalow set amidst quite a large garden in the Stirlingshire village of Balfron. Finished in roughcast, under a tiled roof, the house has replacement UPVC double glazed windows (except the single glazed side porch), cavity wall insulation (from 2000 and with a twenty five year guarantee) and there is a gas central heating system with a Potterton Promax combination boiler (2007), with the lounge having a Living Flame coal effect gas fire (2015). Whilst the original bathroom has been refitted with a modern shower room suite, clients will see from the photographs herein, and should note, that the subjects are somewhat dated in décor and general finish. This has been price reflected and allows suitable scope for the buyer to invest and upgrade accordingly. It is set in a small cul-de-sac, of only eight homes, at the heart of Balfron and its position affords a super view to the front, beyond The Village, to the slopes of the Fintry Hills and the summit of Dumgoyne. Balfron has a fantastic sense of local community with a vibrant village life and a surprising array of local shops and facilities - an ironmongers, an excellent butchers, bakers, pharmacy, café, a really well stocked Co-op, Bank of Scotland bank and a health centre. It has a golf course. It is perhaps particularly noted for its excellent school campus (primary and secondary) with swimming pool. The accommodation comprises an L shaped open-plan lounge and dining room, with the lounge having a fireplace with the aforementioned Living Flame gas fire and a broad picture window to the front, taking advantage of its wonderful view. The dining area is compact and has a smaller picture style window overlooking the back garden. A kitchen with a galley style arrangement with flush white matt units at eyelevel and at counter height and white worksurfaces. The cooker with gas hob and the filter cooker hood above will be included in the sale. Single glazed side porch with back door. Inner hall with hatch to the property's attic, accessed via a loft ladder. Two double bedrooms, with the larger bedroom having a run of wardrobes with sliding doors. Shower room with a modern three-piece white suite, including a 1,165mm shower enclosure in which there is a Mira Miniduo thermostatic shower. Fully tiled walls. Outside, the property has, at the end of slabbed and gravel four car driveway, an old, single sized, timber garage, to the back of which is a detached timber shed. The front garden is protected by a high conifer hedge along two sides, it has grass, a cherry blossom and a conifer, along with a shrubbery bed below the window of bedroom one. Path and steps lead to the front door. The side garden has the drive to the westerly side and an area of grass to the easterly side. The rear garden has the garage and shed, a slabbed patio across the back of the house and an expansive area of grass interspersed with shrubs and, including two rhododendrons and two rowan trees. Situation: Balfron is some eighteen miles from Glasgow City Centre, nineteen miles from Stirling and approximately fifty-seven miles to Edinburgh. It is surrounded by some beautiful countryside and really is a wonderful place in which to live.

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