Properties for sale

The council has a number of properties available for sale.

Langgarth House 13-15 St Ninians Road, Stirling, FK8 2ET (under offer)

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Location Langgarth House is centrally located within the city of Stirling. Stirling has a population of c.38,300 and has excellent transport links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen.
Langgarth House is situated within the grounds of Stirling Council’s HQ within the former Viewforth office complex. The Viewforth office block was demolished in 2014.
The property is located within the Kings Park conservation area.

Description This momentous “B” listed property was designed by the Scottish architect William Leiper in 1897. The building consists of a 2 storey and attic detached mansion house in a Lorimer influence, 17th century design and the interior of remains unchanged, There are many original features to note including, feature fireplaces, wooden panelling walls, leaded design windows.
The ground floor entrance is particularly impressive with a magnificent wooden carved staircase. The property was bought by Central Regional Council in the 1960’s
and occupied as Council offices until 2009.
It is worth noting that as the building has remained vacant for over 13 years and whilst Stirling Council undertake any required maintenance to the property, the successful bidder will be required to invest a significant amount of time and funds to restore the building to the required standards.
https://www.buildingsatrisk.org.uk/details/912482
*Stirling Council will require any interested party to provide details of planned renovation scheme to the building along with details of costs. This information will be required to be submitted at closing date, when set.

Agent contact

Deborah Bruce,
Avison and Young,
Phone: 0131 469 6011
Email: deborah.bruce@avisonyoung.com

Langgarth house

Langgarth house

Langarth house internal

Langgarth map

Torbrex development site FK8 2PA

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Location

Stirling is widely regarded as one of Scotland’s busiest and most popular business and tourist locations. The city benefits from a central location and allows easy access by road and rail to all major business centres throughout the country. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow are located approximately 40 minutes’ drive from Stirling, making the City a superb commutable location. Stirling has a resident population of approximately 40,000 and a wider catchment of around 91,000 in the Stirling Council area. 55% of Scotland’s population live within a 1 hour drive from Stirling, increasing to 80% within 2 hours.
The site is situated within the Torbrex area of Stirling, a desirable residential location, less than 1 mile from the City Centre. The site is located within close walking distance of local shops and services and both primary and secondary schools are within the immediate
vicinity.
Stirling is a historic City with tourist attractions including the National Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle. Stirling University is highly regarded and is home to the Scottish National Swimming Academy and the Scottish Institute of Sport.

Description The site extends to approximately 1.36 acres and is generally
rectangular in shape, bounded to the east by Beechwood Park, an
area of green parkland, with Stirling High School situated to the west of the site.
Vehicular access to the site will be taken from the north, through a new private housing development.

Agent contact

Graham and Sibbald
22 Allan Park,
Stirling,
FK8 2QG

Torbrex development site FK8 2PA

Torbrex development site FK8 2PA

Torbrex development site FK8 2PA map

6 New Road, Bannockburn FK7 8LW

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Location The property is a former local office located in an area of Stirling known as
Bannockburn. Stirling is the main city within the central belt of Scotland which
benefits from good to access to Scotland’s motorway network. The M80/M9
Motorways are easily accessible from the property which is on the A9 (New
Road). Stirling has a main line Railway Station and Bus Station offering good
means of access to Edinburgh, Glasgow and beyond.
Bannockburn is a town immediately south of the city of Stirling in Scotland. The
area is a predominantly residential. The property is situated within Stirling’s
Royal Park Conservation area. It backs onto Ladywell Park. The property is
within proximity to public transport links and amenities such as local shops, a
Library, Bannockburn High School and Bannockburn Primary school and a
Public House at the top of the road.
Description

The building is a sandstone fronted building that is set beneath slate covered
pitched hip roof slopes and is thought to have originally been designed as a
Victorian dwelling house and a parish office. To the right-hand side of the
building there is single storey extension of dry dash harling elevations. A plaque
on the front of the building informs us that at the time of the extension, 1908,
the building was used as the St Ninians Parish Council office. Further single
storey rear extensions have been added to increase the footprint of the building.
There is a disabled access path with handrails leading up to the front entrance
of the building. The property does not have parking provision of its own except
on the road parking.
Internally, the building is laid out as an office on two floors. The ground floor
consists of 1 large open office area, 2 medium and 5 small size office rooms, 1
kitchen, toilet facilities (one disabled) and a storage/ safe room.
Leading up to the first floor is a large, carpeted staircase. The first floor
comprises 4 office rooms, a kitchen, and a toilet facility with wash hand basin.

The Interest being sold is the area outlined red on the Sale Plan. This includes
land at the front, rear and side of the building.

Agent contact

Estates & Commercial Property 
Tel. 07385 966 616

Teith House
Stirling
FK7 7QA  

Closing Date

Monday 22nd April 2024 at 2.00pm

6 New Road, Bannockburn FK7 8LW

6 New Road, Bannockburn FK7 8LW map

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