Randolph Crescent, Brightons, Falkirk FK2 0HA, UK
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Atrium Estate & Letting Agents Agent Valuation of this property is £117,000
Immaculate three-bedroom semi detached located in a popular area within Brightons, near Falkirk. The property is within walking distance to Polmont train station, Tesco, all amenities and local restaurants. Early viewing highly recommended.
Accommodation is formed over two levels and comprises of an extremely spacious lounge/ dining area, kitchen, bathroom and three good-sized bedrooms. The property is complimented with a driveway for off-street parking and front and rear gardens.
Entrance is via a hallway with a handy storage cupboard. The front facing lounge is a generous room with a large window providing a good flow of natural light, neutral decor and space for a dining table. The kitchen has been fitted with a wide range of wall and base units, space for free standing appliances, complimentary worktops and flooring. The kitchen also gives access to the generous sized garden. The lower level is completed with a family bathroom with white three-piece suite.
The upper level accommodates three well-proportioned bedrooms, all with fitted storage cupboards.
Other points of interest include gas central heating, double glazing, floored loft and ample storage.
Council Tax Band: B
Energy Efficiency Rating: D
Externally the property benefits from a large driveway and gardens to the front and rear of the property.
Local:-The town of Brightons has a fabulous reputation and is ideally situated and is well placed for the M9/M876 commuting to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. Those preferring not to drive are well catered for as Polmont train station and bus routes are all within walking distance. There is a good selection of primary and secondary schools, leisure facilities, swimming pool and recreation grounds. The nearby town of Falkirk is also home to the popular Helix Park and Kelpies, the Historic Callendar House and Park, and the famous Falkirk Wheel, a rotating boat lift connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.