Offers over £82,500 - Under Offer
We are delighted to offer for sale this beautifully presented one bedroom first floor flat, located in the popular suburb of Ferryhill, within walking distance of Aberdeen's main thoroughfare, the railway and bus stations and with easy access to the south.
The property is well presented throughout and is entered via security entry to the entrance hallway which is laid in Oak laminate flooring; the lounge has a large window overlooking the front allowing an abundance of natural light to enter the room, feature fireplace with marble-effect hearth and inset (NB. the gas fire is not in working order), two alcoves and Oak laminate flooring. The well appointed kitchen is located off the lounge and is fitted with an excellent range of base and wall units with stainless steel handles, marble-effect worktop, asterite sink and drainer, under unit fridge, slot-in gas cooker with extractor above, fittings for plumbing in washer/dryer, Oak flooring, concealed central heating boiler and window overlooking the front of the property. The bedroom is situated to the rear, offering a quiet, peaceful position, floor to ceiling triple wardrobes which extend into a recess, offering excellent shelf, hanging and storage space. Completing the accommodation is the shower room fitted with white three piece suite comprising w.c., wash hand basin with splashback tiling and mirror above and separate shower cubicle with Aqua panelling and thermostatic shower, vinyl flooring.
Outside, there is a shared drying green and usual mutualities.
UNDER HOME REPORT VALUATION
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