Wawona is definitely not your typical square ‘shoe box’ property.
If you’re in the market for something different, a home with bags of charm and character, some nice period features and a view to die for, stop looking for this could well be it.
Location, location, location are the key words, and they fully apply to this individual architect- designed home built in 1905. The property was part of the architect Mathew Steele’s portfolio, who is probably best known for the Bo’ness Hippodrome Cinema. Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, the property is exclusively private with amazing panoramic views over the Forth.
This is the type of property which doesn’t come on to the market regularly, therefore potential purchasers are advised to register their interest as soon as possible.
Owned by the Hunter family, Robert and Louise and their two children have lived in the house for the last five years and say they are sad to be leaving.
Robert said: “Wawona has been a great family home for us and had we not been forced to move because of job relocations, we would be staying put. We have a great home in a lovely secluded location, along with super neighbours – what more could you ask for?”
The property features a hallway with a high ceiling entranceway leading to the lounge, kitchen/diner, cloakroom and stairs to the first floor. The lounge has the most spectacular views over the Forth. There is also a utility room on the ground floor. The property has two double size bedrooms, a luxury family bathroom with jacuzzi bath and TV, attic room, gardens and decking area.