£249,500 - £251,000
4 and 5 bedroom properties
Etna Road, Falkirk, Falkirk
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More information about Thornhill Wynd...The ideal location to enjoy all Falkirk has to offer…
Thornhill Wynd is collection of two bedroom apartments and two, three, four and five bedroom homes in Falkirk, Stirling. With so much choice on offer these stylish homes are perfect for first time buyers through to growing families.
- Variety of 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
- Fantastic local amenities
- Wide choice of schooling nearby for children of all ages
- Good transport links to Edinburgh and Glasgow
Positioned within the heart of Falkirk just a short walk from the town centre means you can take advantage of all the amenities of this vibrant town. It's one of the largest urban areas in Scotland and benefits from extensive shopping and leisure facilities; including a multi-screen cinema, swimming pools, golf courses and a number of bars and restaurants.
Central Retail Park Falkirk is a mile away from Thornhill Wynd, where you'll find a choice of high street stores, restaurants, coffee shops and a cinema. Within Falkirk town centre there are a range of high street and independent shops and places to eat. Howgate Shopping Centre is also a popular, offering a wide selection of shops and eateries.
Falkirk is also the home to the Kelpies; a very well-known visitor attraction. Constructed in 2013 these 30-metre high horses are a sight to be seen, not only for their feat of engineering but also for the beautiful surrounding Scottish countryside.
For the golfers amongst you, the Falkirk Golf Club is also within walking distance. Other key local activities include the Polmont Farm Dry Ski Centre and the Helix Ecopark, which is 350 hectares of land between Falkirk and Grangemouth and is ideal for cyclists, walkers and runners. Falkirk is also home to what could be Scotland's first structural icon of the twenty-first century; the ingenious Falkirk Wheel.
Linlithgow Palace is easily accessible from Thornhill Wynd and offers a fantastic day out for all the family. Not only is it the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, it's also used for film set by Linlithgow Loch where there are plenty of scenic walks to go on so you can take in the stunning views of the palace and the loch.
There's a choice of schools close to the development including Carousel Childcare, Victoria Primary School and St Andrews Primary School. Graeme High School is a short drive away.
With so many local amenities and attractions, Thornhill Wynd has something for everyone and is a fantastic place to call home.
Central Retail Park Falkirk is a mile away from Thornhill Wynd. There's a large choice of high street stores, restaurants, coffee shops and a cinema. Within Falkirk town centre there are a range of high street and independent shops and places to eat. Howgate Centre is also a popular place to shop.
Linlithgow Palace is close to Thornhill Wynd and is a fantastic day out for all the family.
Thornhill Wynd enjoys a great central location with excellent transport links via rail and road. Falkirk High and Camelon train stations are conveniently close to the development and offer easy routes to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Road links include the M9, M876 and A80, the M9 heads north to Stirling and south to Falkirk and further afield to Edinburgh. Whether it's for business or leisure use, you're also within easy range of Edinburgh and Glasgow airports.
Approximate travel distance by car to:
Falkirk town centre: 0.9 miles
Falkirk High train station: 2.3 miles
Camelon train station: 2.9 miles
Stirling: 13 miles
Glasgow: 24.6 miles
Edinburgh: 26.5 miles
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