17 Elmfield Terrace Aberdeen, AB24 3NY

Offers over £180,000

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We offer for sale this three bedroom semi detached dwellinghouse in an established and popular residential location with many local amenities nearby. The property offers spacious and well proportioned accommodation throughout with versatile space to suit a variety of purchasers whilst also being the ideal buy to let investment property with being in close proximity to Aberdeen University.

The accommodation firstly comprises of a large and bright lounge to the front of the property enjoying a pleasant outlook over the front garden. The room offers space for a wide range of furniture and is focused around the electric fire place and provides access through to the kitchen. The kitchen has been fitted with a wide range of base and wall units providing ample storage and work surface space along with housing the current white goods such as the washing machine and fridge/freezer and integrated dishwasher which are to be included within the sale. Leading on from the kitchen is the impressive sun room which offers a versatile space to be utilised as further lounge and/or dining space depending on the purchasers requirements and allowing access to the rear garden. To complete the accommodation on the ground floor is the bathroom fitted with a w.c., hand wash basin and shower over whirlpool bath.

To the first floor, there are two very well proportioned double bedrooms both of which offer extensive fitted wardrobes and plentiful space for a variety of furniture. There is also a further double bedroom which is slightly smaller in size but still capable of providing space for various bedroom furniture

To the exterior there is a pleasant rear garden with patio area creating an easily maintained space with various mature shrubbery.

ReferenceLC3869
Price Offers over £180,000
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