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Located in arguably one of the most desirable areas of Bo’ness, this character C-listed period property represents a fantastic residential development opportunity.
Originally built in 1911 as a home for nurses, and latterly a council owned property, this substantial stone built property presently has six main apartments downstairs and eight upstairs. Excluding the ground floor extension, the gross internal area of the property is approximately 400 square metres.
The generous room sizes and period details, such as the encaustic tiled floor in the spacious hall, the wood paneling surround many of the windows and period fireplaces, combined with a sympathetic restoration and refurbishment will create a stunning family home.
The grounds are currently and mainly laid to grass with mature trees and shrubbery, and removal of a Portacabin and flat roofed ground floor extension offer scope to create generous and attractive garden spaces.
There is a separate adjacent plot (front left - highlighted in red) available by negotiation.
Edinburgh Airport is approximately 20 minutes by car, and there is quick and easy access to the central belt motorway network, and Linlithgow railway station offering frequent services to Edinburgh and Glasgow is less than 4 miles away.
The current owner is presently making an application to Falkirk District Council for change of use to a residential property, should prospective purchasers wish to make it into a residential property, conclusion of a sale for residential use would be conditional on obtaining this.
This property is not required to have a home buyers report.