The local town of Callander is one of the Gateways to the Highlands and provides the everyday amenities expected of a thriving town, including a post office, supermarkets, specialist food shops, florist, chemist and a health centre. The town has …
The local town of Callander is one of the ‘Gateways to the Highlands’ and provides the everyday amenities expected of a thriving town, including a post office, supermarkets, specialist food shops, florist, chemist and a health centre. The town has excellent primary and secondary schooling and the McLaren Leisure Centre offers a good range of sporting opportunities including a swimming pool. Callander Golf Club lies to the north of the town and there is a sailing club to the west on the nearby Loch Venacher. The River Teith is famous for its trout and salmon fishing. Callander and the surrounding area boast a number of tourist attractions including the steamship Sir Walter Scott on Loch Katrine, the Trossachs and Doune Castle. The City of Stirling is the historic heart of Scotland with Stirling Castle, Bannockburn and the Wallace Monument just a few of the many sights to visit in the local area. There are some excellent golf clubs in the area including courses at Stirling, Callander and Dunblane, whilst the world famous courses at Loch Lomond, Gleneagles and St Andrews are all relatively easily accessible. The property lies within the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and offers world famous scenery with a plethora of recreation and leisure opportunities including water sports, hill walking and climbing. Stirling is well placed for road, rail and bus connections to all major towns in Scotland. The pivot of the M9 and M80 motorway network is only 3 miles to the west of Stirling, giving quick access to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
168 Main Street is a delightful first floor main door flat in the centre of Callander. The property has been a much loved home and has benefited from cosmetic upgrading in recent years, in particular the property has recently been repainted and recarpeted. The property has some lovely period features including ornate cornicing, ceiling rose and a useful Victorian skylight above the hall landing.
The ground floor entrance hallway has a useful recess for coats and shoes. The stairwell leading to the first floor landing has a decorative skylight above. The fully fitted kitchen has floor and wall units, stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated oven and hob. The living room has two generous windows to the front of the property, an electric fireplace and integrated shelves with storage below. The bedroom also has integrated shelves and generous wardrobes that are to be included in the sale. The bathroom has a linen cupboard within it, a bath with shower over, shower screen, WC and WHB, mirror and shelves.
There are wonderful views to the rear over the surrounding gardens and woodlands of the Roman Camp Hotel. The property is presented to the market in move-in order throughout and the accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: Entrance hallway. Stairwell leading to the first floor landing.
First Floor: Fully fitted kitchen. Living room. Bedroom. Bathroom with linen cupboard, shower over bath, WC and WHB.