Stunning Duplex Apartment in a 19th Century Scottish Building

Stunning Duplex Apartment in a 19th Century Scottish Building

Fiona

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home at Museum Hall is located in Bridge of Allan, an affluent and desirable Victorian spa town located two miles from the city of Stirling, Scotland. It is an idyllic setting on the local high street, overlooking lush landscaped gardens.

Museum Hall is steeped in history and culture. Built by the trustees of John Macfarlane in 1887, originally as the Macfarlane Museum and Art Gallery, it later became a concert hall, which played host to the Beatles in 1963. Across the past four years it has been converted into 14 luxury homes, which opened doors in January 2010.

The 2,000sq ft duplex apartment with mezzanine level is located on the ground floor at the front of the building. Our attention to detail and sophisticated finish recently featured in ‘Home & Interiors Scotland’ magazine. We would describe the feel of our tranquil home as open & spacious with warmth & ambience.

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More about us

  1. Health and Fitness professionals – Fiona runs a performance coaching business, James a personal training business.

  2. Big Passion for Travel – we have visited 5 continents and 30+ countries

  3. We love summers by the beach & winters on the ski slopes

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Where is it?

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Buzzy restaurants
We love eating out, so there are lots of tried and tasted recommendations across a wide range of cuisines, from our local high street to Michelin-star restaurants in Edinburgh.
Cool bars
We love to socialise, so whether it’s an upmarket wine bar, friendly pub or bouncing club, there are plenty of options and suggestions we would be delighted to share.
Cozy cafés
We are addicted to coffee– so wherever the wind takes you, we will suggest the cosy hot spots for all day tripping destinations.
Retail therapy
there is a vibrant retail mix. Locally you will find boutiques and independents for travel gifts. In Edinburgh and Glasgow you will find the big brand names, high street chains and department stores.
Bit of culture
TOO MUCH CULTURE, where do we begin? Footsteps away you enter into Braveheart terroritory with Stirling Castle & Wallace Monument. 45 minutes by car/train to Edinburgh – The world's foremost Festival City, a World Heritage Site and the world's first City of Literature. Edinburgh Castle & Royal Mile is a popular site and in August the city hosts the world renowned Fringe Festival and Edinburgh Tattoo–look online, amazing fun! 30 minutes by car/train to cosmopolitan Glasgow – fashion, museums, art galleries are all around you. 1 hour drive to St Andrews – the home of golf and of course the meeting ground of Prince William and Princess Catherine.
Walks in the park
If you like the great outdoors, then you have stumbled across paradise. We are less into parks and more into lochs (Scottish word for ‘Lake’) and hills, and on our doorstep we have an abundance of both. Directly behind the property is the Ochil hills for leisurely strolls. Also, Check out Loch Lommond and the Trossachs National Park – beautiful surroundings.
Spot of exercise
If you like to keep fit, the Scottish Centre of Sporting Excellence is a 5 minute walk; equipped with Olympic-sized swimming pool, large fitness suite, indoor and outdoor tennis courts. If golf is your game, the World Class Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Resort is a 15 minute drive and The St Andrews Links Course is an hour north.
Day tripping
Edinburgh, St Andrews, Glasgow, Loch Lommond and Trossachs National Park and Highlands are all less than an hour’s travel.

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