Victorian house in the Centre of Historic Stirling

Victorian house in the Centre of Historic Stirling

Sarah

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3 chambres
Couchages 7
1 salles de bain
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Our home is a large, Victorian, sandstone terraced villa on a very quiet residential street with free parking within the picturesque Riverside area of central Stirling - just a 10 minute wander to Stirling City Centre. There are views to Stirling Castle, The Wallace Monument and the Ochil Hills from paths along the River Forth at the end of our street.

Accommodation consists of a bay windowed lounge; large, recently fitted kitchen/diner; 2 double and 1 twin bedroom and a large family bathroom with free standing claw-footed bath and separate corner shower.

There is space for up to 7 adults/children and an additional junior bed and cot if required.

We are keenly interested in food and cooking. Our kitchen is very well stocked with ingredients, recipe books and gadgetry! We would prefer to swap with people with a similar mindset as we like the opportunity to visit local food markets and cook at home during exchanges.

We have big, child safe back garden with trampoline, mini football goals, playhouse and slide; barbecue and garden furniture. Our neighbours are very friendly and will welcome our guests warmly.

We also have lots of toys and activities including a Wii console to keep kids busy or toys can be stored away if you are not bringing children. We also have satellite TV (Sky) in 2 rooms, DVD player, access to Netflix and WiFi throughout the house.

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  1. We are a family of four - Sarah, Bruce, Finn aged 6 and Martha aged 3. We started home exchanging in 2014 and have completed six successful exchanges so far, including as far away as Sydney, Australia.

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Localisation

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We have many attractions, most within walking distance or no more than a few minutes drive from our home.

Historic sites:
Stirling Castle (1.1 miles)
www.stirlingcastle.gov.uk
Cambuskenneth Abbey (0.2 miles)
www.historicscotland.gov.uk/propertyresults/propertydetail.htm?PropID=PL_052
The new (for 2014) Bannockburn Heritage Centre (3 miles)
www.battleofbannockburn.com/
The National Wallace Monument (2 miles)
www.nationalwallacemonument.com/index.php

For kids (and big kids!):
The Peak leisure centre with swimming pool, ice rink, climbing wall and gym facilities (1.3 miles)
www.the-peak-stirling.org.uk
Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park (7.4 miles)
www.blairdrummond.com
Briarlands Farm (7.4 miles)
www.briarlandsfarm.co.uk
Multi-screen cinema (0.6 miles)
www.myvue.com/cinemas/about-vue-cinemas/cinema/stirling
10 pin bowling (0.4 miles)
www.amfbowling.co.uk/our_centres/stirling

Shopping:
The Thistles Shopping Centre (1.4 miles)
http://www.thethistles.com/
Stirling Arcade (1.2 miles)
http://www.stirlingarcade.com/
3 large supermarkets (Waitrose (1.7 miles), Tesco (0.8 miles), Sainsbury's (0.8 miles))
The lovely Spa Town of Bridge of Allan (3.2 miles) has many boutique and independent shops, as well as an award winning fish and chip shop - The Allanwater Cafe.

Eating and Drinking:
There are numerous bars, restaurants and cafes within walking distance of our home and Scotland's best restaurant, Restaurant Andrew Fairlie is just 20 minutes drive from us within the Gleneagles Resort. Andy Murray's new hotel- Cromlix House- with it's Chez Roux restaurant is just 10 minutes drive from our home.

Slightly further afield Glasgow and Edinburgh and all of their attractions are just 25 and 50 minutes respectively by train or car. The beautiful town of Callander (15.7 miles), known as the gateway to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the first National Park in Scotland is also worth a visit.

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