This outstanding country home, built in 1988, is set within beautiful gardens with outbuildings and around 5 acres including a paddock and field. The house is in an idyllic setting with views to Stirling Castle and the peaks of Ben Ledi and Ben Lomond.
Oakwood is a fine rural home which has been thoughtfully developed by the current owners and is maintained to an exceptional standard. The delightful interior, extending to over 3,000 sq ft, offers a flexible layout incorporating an impressive sitting room with Jetmaster open fire within a carved wooden surround and there are French doors to the sunny terrace and courtyard garden. There is a formal dining room with wood burner inset within a bespoke wooden surround and a large open living kitchen with sitting and breakfast area, the custom built kitchen has a Harmony multi fuel stove and a vaulted beamed ceiling. Completing the ground floor layout is a utility/boot room with shower room, master bedroom with en-suite, 2 further bedrooms, study/ 5th bedroom and bathroom.
Upstairs offers further accommodation of a bright sitting room with full west facing balcony and there is a guest bedroom with en suite bathroom. There are magnificent views across the Carse of Stirling to the Gargunnock Hills. In addition there is a floored attic with further attic space above the lounge which could lend itself to further use.
Oil fired central heating is installed and there are double glazed sash and casement windows.
There is a delightful, thoughtfully planned established country garden with lawns, borders, mature trees, an orchard and a poly tunnel.
There is a large double garage with further substantial multi purpose outbuildings attached, this could be readily converted to stabling, and there is a small paddock and a field extending to just under 5 acres. A strip of trees provides shelter and some lovely woodland walks.
Oakwood is a truly delightful property presented to an exceptional standard.
Access is via a private lane from the A84 and is less than 4 miles from the centre of Stirling. Junction 10 of the M9 is just 2 miles, Glasgow airport around 35 miles and Edinburgh airport around 30 miles. Local primary schooling is at Blairdrummond with secondary education at McLaren High, Callander. Beaconhurst School in nearby Bridge of Allan is a highly regarded public day school taking pupils from ages 3 to 18 with further independent schooling available at Morrison's Academy in Crieff and Dollar Academy.
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