A listed Victorian villa in Bridge of Allan has gone on the market for £1.15million.
Logie Aston, on Kenilworth Road, has walled gardens and a gated entrance.
The stone-built four-bedroom mansion – constructed in 1861 – also has a “commanding view” over Bridge of Allan and the Carse of Stirling.
Downstairs features a bright, spacious and modern living room with large south-facing bay windows.
The kitchen has an island countertop with an aga and a family dining area attached.
The drawing room offers a great place to withdraw and can be accessed from the inner hall.
There is also a games room, which is currently being used as a gym, a conservatory, a boot room and a utility room.
Upstairs are the villa’s four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a cinema room.
The principal bedroom has south-facing bay windows, fitted wardrobes and a large ensuite with a freestanding bath.
All other bedrooms are described as being well-proportioned with carpeted floors.
According to Halliday Homes, the B-listed property retains much of its original features and is great for modern-day living.
Logie Aston can be viewed on Halliday Homes’ website and is available for offers over £1.15million.
Elsewhere in Stirling, a spacious three-bedroom home in the heart of Callander is also on the market.