22 Pittengullies Circle, Peterculter, AB14 0QR

£850

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Located within a popular residential location we are delighted to offer for lease this UNFURNISHED THREE BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED DWELLINGHOUSE.

Peterculter is an attractive village on Deeside, just a short drive from Aberdeen. There is also easy access to the bus stop which provides a further route into Aberdeen city centre. Amenities in the village include shops, restaurants, a health centre, a community centre and supermarket. There is also a BP garage nearby along with an M&S "Simply Food" shop adjacent. It has a primary school and is in the catchment area for Cults Academy, making this a desirable location for families. The property is also close to the "Lovers Walk" along the River Dee and Deeside Way cycle route which can be enjoyed by those who enjoy outdoor pursuits.

Accommodation: Vestibule, Hall, Lounge, Two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing, Parking, Garden.

Directions On entering Peterculter from Aberdeen, take the first exit on the left onto Pittengullies Brae. Take the following right into Pittengullies Circle. Follow the road round and the property is on the left hand side.

Sorry No Smokers or Pets

Council Tax Band: D

Energy Performance Rating: D

Landlord Registration Number: 32616/100/18090

Leasing information: Once a viewing has been undertaken a part deposit of £150.00 will secure the property meantime and take it off the advertising market while your offer is discussed with the Landlord.

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy of the information contained in this schedule, such as council tax band, please note no responsibility shall be taken for any error, omission or mis-statement and we strongly recommend all prospective tenants clarify this information directly before proceeding.

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AvailabilityImmediately
Price £850
Deposit£850
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Contact Ledingham Chalmers on (01224) 408405

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