Camelon home’s history is character building

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Built so long ago, this house would probably tell many interesting stories if it could.

The traditional bungalow in Camelon was constructed around 1884 but you’d never know from the way it looks today.

This Camelon home has plenty of character

This Camelon home has plenty of character

The two-bedroom property is fresh and bright with sought-after modern features like full-height wardrobes, a stylish kitchen and large bright rooms.

Lucky then this house can prove its vintage, with a list of documents that come with it.

Owner Linda Dalziel said: “When I bought the house, my lawyer gave me a lot of old documents. They show information from previous owners and there are even wills from many years ago.

“It’s a really interesting part of the house, which has its own character.”

Linda’s been in the house for just over a year, and has given it a fresh look.

The walls have been plastered, the doors have been replaced, the roof’s been repaired and the refurbished entrance hallway now makes a stunning first impression.

Linda said: “My favourite part of the house is the garden.

“It gets the sun from morning to early evening, and there’s lovely fruit trees.

“It’s also really big with a garage, sun room and workshop.

“Whenever we’ve had any work done here, people always comment on what a great outdoor space it is.”

Inside, this little property gem has a cool kitchen with plenty of storage and hi-glass units, a bright, bathroom with His and Her wash basins, and an attractive sitting room with cornicing and oak effect laminate.

The property in Union Road, Camelon, is on the market at the fixed price of £130,000 with Taylor William estate agents. For more information, contact (01324) 559246.