2,643 sq ft(245.54 sq m)
Offers over £180,000

Chapel LaneFalkirk, FK1 5BB

    Key features

    • Over 2600 sq ft of accommodation over 3 floors
    • Excellent central location
    • Impressive sandstone building
    • Close to local amenities and train station
    • Would now benefit from modernising
    • Could suit a variety of uses subject to council approvals.

    3 storey period sandstone building in central Falkirk now needing modernization and development

    About this property

    • 3 Chapel Lane has an excellent central location on a quiet lane to the west of the town centre. The building is stone built with a slate roof and has accommodation over three floors. The ground floor has four main rooms situated off a central corridor and there are two shower rooms. A further room on the side of the building has previously been utilised as a kitchen. The first floor is accessed by spiral staircase where there are four main rooms and a bathroom. The top floor has two south facing rooms with eaves storage and dormer windows and a shower room.

      To the rear of the property is a courtyard garden with a gate around the side of the house.


      Strictly by appointment with Savills - 0131 247 3738.

      Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.

      Local Authority & tax band
      Falkirk Council tax band G

      Conservation Area and Listing
      3 Chapel Lane is within the Falkirk Town Centre conservation area.

      Fixtures & Fittings
      Standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.

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    Local information

    • 3 Chapel Lane has a central location close to the town centre of Falkirk. The major town of Falkirk offers an extensive range of shopping, schooling, civic and recreational facilities, the latter including the Falkirk Wheel, historic Callendar House, and Helix Park, home to the renowned Kelpies sculptures. The property is conveniently placed for access to both Falkirk High and Grahamston stations which provide main line rail links to the cities of Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow. The surrounding arterial road and motorway network offers superb access to many central Scottish centres of business including Glasgow, Stirling, Fife, Grangemouth and Edinburgh.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = D