WITH a home this size in the peaceful, woodland location of Airth, there’s lots to love about this property.
This house is one of just a few properties set off a long private drive on the edge of the Airth Castle Estate, and offers its owners a large amount of privacy and tranquillity.
Both inside and out, this property has extensive and attractive features, making it a great family home.
Owner Tom Sloper said: “It’s a beautiful house architecturally, and there’s great decking areas in the south-facing gardens which is great when we get the weather.
“I built the house about three years ago.
“My dad had a bit of ground in the area and we built this one and another.
“It turned out quite big as it does have six bedrooms, so I think it would really appeal to people with a young and expanding family.
“We don’t use all of it at the moment.
“It’s also a great location, not just because it’s peaceful and quiet, but also because it’s great for commuters as there’s very easy links to Glasgow and Edinburgh.”
With the Slopers now moving on to Elgin for work, the house is for sale and in walk-in condition.
The modern design means owners of this home live in an elevated position and the house itself is flooded with natural light.
Other features include timber frame construction, hardwood veneer doors and high-spec double glazed Nordan windows.
The kitchen and dining room also features a five-ring gas hob and has plenty of built-in storage and cupboard space.
Upstairs, the bedrooms have fitted wardropes, the master has a decked balcony and the luxury bathroom is fitted with an oval bath with Jacuzzi jets.
Oak House, featured in the curent edition of The Falkirk Herald, is on the market with Savills at offers in excess of £685,000. For more information, contact 0131 247 3700