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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Upper Glen Road, Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK9

Offers Over £950,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb detached Victorian villa in Upper Bridge of Allan
  • Magnificent plot with extensive garden grounds
  • Full Planning Permission granted for a substantial family annexe
  • Five well-proportioned bedrooms
  • Superb sitting room and formal dining room
  • Wealth of period features throughout

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This is a rare opportunity to acquire a superbly appointed detached fam ily home dating to circa 1881, in a commanding position above the Glen Road in Bridge of Allan. Set in a fine garden with mature trees and extending to over 0.8 acres in the very sought-after Upper Glen Road, the plot has the benefit of planning permission for a substantial new build "family annexe" providing accommodation and a new double garage on the existing detached double garage site. Orchard House has a wealth of period features including fantastic cornicing, panelled doors and working shutters in some rooms. Fixtures and fittings are of a standard befitting such an outstanding property.

Being set back in the plot thus offering excellent privacy, the elevated position of the house leads to fabulous views over the glen and on to Ben Ledi in the distance.

The internal accommodation comprises of, on the ground floor, fine entrance vestibule, hall, sitting room, bay-windowed dining room, kitchen, family room, conservatory, utility room, inner hall, bedroom/study, shower room and a further wc. A magnificent period pitch pine staircase leads to the upper level with a fine cupola, on which are four well-proportioned bedrooms (the master offering en-suite shower facilities) and a family bathroom. The property benefits from gas-fired central heating, high standards of insulation and professionally restored windows.
Externally, there is a detached double garage, two summerhouses, a further traditional outbuilding and a separately housed hot tub. The extensive garden grounds feature well-tended lawns with mature trees and shrubs to the front and attractive terraces with patios, further lawns and planted areas to the rear. In addition to the garage there is ample off-road parking on the long tarmacadam driveway, which is accessed via entrance gates.

Orchard House is within walking distance of the heart of Bridge of Allan. The thriving former spa resort has a fine range of shops, cafes and restaurants, with more extensive shopping facilities being available in nearby Stirling. There is local schooling at nursery and primary level, with secondary schooling at Wallace High in neighbouring Causewayhead. The independent sector is well provided for, with Beaconhurst in the town itself and other independent schools in the area including Dollar and Morrison's Academy. The town also benefits from its proximity to Stirling University, many of whose sporting facilities are available to the public, as well as a local golf course and sports club. In addition there are plentiful open spaces and woodland walks.
Bridge of Allan is well positioned for travel to all major towns and cities in central Scotland. The M9 motorway is close by, as is the A9 which gives quick access to Perth. The international airports of Glasgow and Edinburgh are within easy reach by road and the main line railway station in Bridge of Allan has regular services to both cities.

EPC Rating D.

Council Tax Band H.

Vestibule:
A wonderful entrance statement, accessed through double storm doors with ornate tiled floor and magnificent ceiling.

Reception hall:

A welcoming room accessed through fine timber doors with obscured glass panes, the hall leads to the other apartments on the ground floor. Magnificent wooden stair to the upper level. Ornate ceiling and panelling. Storage cupboard and cloakroom below stairs. Radiator, carpeted floor.

Sitting Room 6.6m x 5.4m (21'7" x 17'7"):

Truly superb room accessed through part-glazed double doors, with a multi-fuel stove set in a fine marble fireplace and hearth. The large window arrangement provides a stunning vista over the front gardens and to countryside beyond. Two radiators. Wooden floor. TV point.

Dining Room 6.8m x 4.7m (22'2" x 15'5"):

Another spectacular room, with large bay window arrangement - with working shutters - to the front of the property. Ornate fireplace with gas fire. Two radiators, carpeted floor. TV point.

Kitchen 6.0m x 4.3m (19'9" x 14'1"):

The "hub" of the house, a spacious room with a fine array of high quality wall and base units with contrasting granite worktop and an Aga. Fabulous central island unit with 1 bowl sink. Integrated dishwasher and wine cooler and an American-style fridge-freezer. The room has feature mood lighting which can be operated from the wall or a remote control. Wooden flooring, radiator.

Pantry:

A range of wall and base units with contrasting granite worktop. Wooden floor, radiator. Door to front garden.

Bedroom 5/Study 4.6m x 2.9m (15'1" x 9'4"):

Double-sized room on the ground floor. This room, together with the adjacent shower room, offers the option of becoming a self-contained area of the property, with access from outside through the pantry. Radiator, wooden floor.

Shower Room 2.6m x 1.5m (8'5" x 5'1"):

Shower enclosure with "wet wall" panelling, wc and wash basin. Boiler cupboard, extractor fan, tiled floor and heated towel rail.

Family Room 5.0m x 4.8m (16'5" x 15'9"):

Off the kitchen, a bright, comfortable room flooded with light thanks to high level velux windows, bi-fold doors onto the rear patio and glazed doors leading to the conservatory. Wood burning stove, two vertical radiators and wooden flooring.

Conservatory 5.5m x 3.9m (18'1" x 12'11"):

A beautiful, bright room to the rear of the property, looking out to the terraced gardens and currently utilised as a sitting/dining area. Also benefits from high level velux windows. Has direct access onto the rear gardens. Stone slabbed floor with underfloor heating.

Utility Room 5.0m x 2.1m (16'6" x 6'11"):

With direct access to a rear patio, this very useful facility features wall and base units and a 1 bowl stainless steel sink. Space for washing machine and tumble drier. Built-in fridge-freezer and a pulley. Tiled floor with underfloor heating.

Downstairs wc 3.3m x 1.2m (10'10" x 4'0"):

White classic Villeroy & Boch suite of wash basin and wc. Tiled floor and part-tiled walls. Radiator.

Upper Landing:

Bright upper hall, with storage cupboard. A fantastic cupola and extensive windows on the stairwell bring light into the area. Carpeted floor, radiator.

Master Bedroom 4.7m x 4.5m (15'6" x 14'8"):

A very well-proportioned room with stunning views over the glen and on to Kippendavie and Ben Ledi. Fine fitted furniture including wardrobes, chest and dressing table. Carpeted floor, radiator, tv point.

En-Suite 2.60m x 1.20m (8'5" x 3'11"):

A fully tiled room with white wc and wash basin, together with an oversized shower cubicle. Velux window and extractor fan. Storage and vanity unit above the basin. Underfloor heating.

Bedroom 2 4.4m x 4.0m (14'6" x 13'3"):

A spacious second double bedroom with lovely views to the front. Substantial built-in storage. Carpeted floor, radiator.

Bedroom 3 4.5m x 4.1m (14'7" x 13'4"):

A further generously proportioned bedroom, with woodland views. Carpeted floor, radiator.

Bedroom 4 3.4m x 3.2m (11'0" x 10'5"):

Double bedroom currently utilised as a playroom, with a window looking toward the rear gardens. Carpeted floor, radiator, tv point.

Bathroom 3.5m x 1.8m (11'7" x 5'11"):

Stylish and bright room with a white suite of Pharo Jacuzzi bath and contemporary Laufen wc and wash basin with storage beneath. Shower in oversized enclosure. Contemporary vertical radiator and underfloor heating. Tiled floor and part-tiled walls.

Proposed Annexe:

Approximately 96 square metres in area, comprising a lounge, double bedroom with en-suite shower room, dining kitchen and a further shower room, with patio on three sides. Double garage beneath.


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30 October 2016

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