*NEW FOR 2019*
With views to the nearby Ochil hills, Ochil View Apartment is a stunning Victorian 2 bedroom property set within the prestigious Kings Park conservation area of Stirling City Centre.
Built circa 1885, this unique building once housed the Belgium Embassy prior to being converted into 3 Apartments around 1935.
Accessed from its own private door and staircase, Ochil View is located on the upper floor allowing lots of natural light to permeate the rooms. With some rooms benefitting from views over to Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument, this property is ideally placed for sightseeing both in Stirling and further afield with bus and train stations a short 10-minute walk away.
The lounge has all original features including decorative cornicing, Victorian skirting and window shutters, columns and marble fireplace and has beautiful views out across Southfield Crescent – this is a wonderful area with rhododendrons and rabbits in abundance! The comfortable large sofas are perfect for relaxing and to sit down and enjoy a movie on the 55” surround sound TV or to sit back and read a book on the history of Scotland and Stirling from the selection provided in the apartment.
The 2 large bedrooms, with king size beds, have plenty of ample storage space.
The fully fitted modern kitchen has everything needed for a comfortable stay; dishwasher, gas double oven and hob, fridge, microwave band washing machine (in the utility room). The kitchen is adjacent to the luxurious dining room which comfortably seats 6 people.
The large bathroom features a luxurious deep bath perfect for relaxing in at the end of the day as well as boasting a separate, large walk in cylindrical shower cubicle.
The ‘secret’ rear walled garden is accessed via a side passageway. This lovely little private garden is the perfect place to sit with a coffee, catch the sun and relax after a busy day’s sightseeing. Outdoor seating and a BBQ are also provided
Located so close to the town centre guests can benefit from proximity to Stirling Castle, Stirling Golf Club, the Smith Museum, Old Stirling Bridge and the numerous restaurants, supermarkets, coffee shops and stores where you can purchase local Scottish items. On the 2nd Saturday of each month there is also Farmer’s market on Port Street (5 mins walk away) with local Scottish food and produce in abundance.