21 Sep 2018
If the walls could talk, I'm sure this property could rattle off hundreds of amazing stories...
Dating back to 1750, this stone-built house was originally built as a Mill and is a piece of living history within the village of Sauchieburn.
Centuries later in 1991, the property was cleverly converted into a family home, finished with modern fittings and furnishings set against period features including stone walls, slate flooring and feature fireplaces.
Set in large mature gardens which was once the country estate of Sauchieburn, the property enjoys picturesque surroundings with the banks of the burn at the bottom of the garden and the old mill lade running around the boundary of the grounds.
Only a short drive from Stirling City Centre, it truly enjoys the best of both worlds and should not be overlooked by city commuters.
'The Old Mill' is currently on the market with Aberdein Consdine's Stirling office and the current owners have recently reduced the price to offers over £430,000.Book a Viewing