Bellevue is a magnificent, detached villa set in an idyllic, elevated position overlooking the incredible Carse of Stirling in the town of Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire.
The striking features within this spacious house, along with its fabulous location, make it the ultimate break for friends and family to come together and create unforgettable memories.
You won't be short of places to sit and relax, with the sitting room providing a welcoming and comfortable ambience, with plenty of relaxing sofas for everybody to sit in front of the warming fire and watch a favourite film, or try your hand at the beautiful piano.
There is also a fantastic games/playroom brimming with toys, games, books and table football to keep the children entertained on a rainy day.
Bellevue comes with an immaculate kitchen, showcasing stylish fixtures and fittings including a state-of-the-art AGA range.
Enjoy your home-cooked meals together in the formal dining room, accompanied by delightful views of the surrounding area.
The first floor of this property comes in two halves, accessed via different staircases, showcasing the magnitude of this grand property.
All five of Bellevue's bedrooms sit on the first floor, beautifully furnished with many features to make a wonderful home-from-home to enjoy much-needed rest.
Bridge of Allan is a fine choice to base your holiday, with everything from charming buildings to a selection of shops and places to eat and drink.
The marvellous city of Stirling is also nearby, boasting some beautiful architecture, along with its castle and elite shopping facilities.
Bellevue is a stunning villa in an idyllic location with plenty to do nearby.
About the location
BRIDGE OF ALLAN
Stirling 3 miles, Perth 30 miles, Glasgow 31 miles, Edinburgh 40 miles, St Andrews 51 miles
Bridge of Allan is a former spa town at the foot of the Ochil Hills near Stirling. It is named after the Allan Water, which flows through the town and on into the River Forth. With a history dating back to the Iron Age, the village formed in the 16th century when the ford was replaced by a stone bridge and mining of copper, silver and gold took place in the hills above. Surviving involvement in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms in the 17th century, and the Jacobite Rebellion in the 18th century, the modern town was planned by Major Alexander Henderson, the local laird, in the mid-19th century with elegant streets and parks. Many beautiful stone villas were built just as the town grew in popularity as a spa town. Today, the main street bears Alexander Henderson’s name and the town is prosperous and home to Stirling University, a golf club and many shops and restaurants. So much of central Scotland is within easy reach of the town, and it has good road and rail links to Glasgow, Edinburgh and St Andrews. The beautiful scenery of this area makes it a haven for walkers, cyclists, anglers and nature lovers, and golfers are especially well served with Gleneagles about 20 minutes' drive away, along with Carnoustie and St Andrews, about an hour’s drive away. The Ochil Hills are on the doorstep, and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park a short drive to the north. The town is host to the renowned Strathallan Games each August when athletes, dancers and pipe bands assemble to compete, making for a fabulous day out.