Kilmadock Parish Church Main Street, Stirling
Offers Over £150,000
Full DetailsA rare opportunity to purchase a Category B listed former Church built in 1822 located within the village of Doune, Stirling. Built in Ashlar stone the church has a three bay tower with original working clock and bells. The south facing entrance has a finely carved Moray coat-of-arms over doorway.
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Mains water and electricity supply the property.
Stirling Council, Viewforth, 14-20 Pitt Terrace, Stirling, FK8 2EG.
Telephone - 01786 404040
Website - www.stirling.gov.uk
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A rare opportunity to purchase a Category B listed former Church built in 1822 located within the village of Doune, Stirling. Built in Ashlar stone the church has a three bay tower with original working clock and bells. The south facing entrance has a finely carved Moray coat-of-arms over doorway.
Located through the large welcoming vestibule is the main entrance hallway where there are two sweeping stone staircases giving access to the upper floors, two doorways into the main church hall, a W/C and a stairwell to the basement where the old boiler room is. Within the main church hall there are many of the original features, such as, the organ, stain glass windows and ornate cornicing. To the rear of the hall there is a rear door and room with W/C and a double bedroom. Looking back up from the front of the hall you can see the original raised, tear balcony, seating that is accessed from the first floor. On the first floor there are two fully re plastered and decorated rooms which split the front facing stained glass window, one with a rope going through the ceiling to the bells in the room above. A spiral staircase from the first floor leads up to the roof space with sufficient space for conversion and a further staircase leading to the church clock tower.
Doune is a historic village offering an array of shops which meet day to day needs; it also has a Doctor's surgery, library, post office, vet's surgery, restaurants and its very own historic Doune castle. There is a local nursery, primary school and secondary education at McLaren High School, Callander. The amenities of Dunblane are all close by and these include a fine range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as Marks & Spencers and Tesco supermarkets. The nearby city of Stirling provides more extensive shopping and there is a wealth of outdoor pursuits on offer within easy reach, including some fine hill walking. Independent schooling available at Beaconhurst in Bridge of Allan and Morrison's in Crieff.
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