Offers over £280,000
Situated within charming Old Aberdeen, we offer for sale this four bedroom detached dwellinghouse with large garden. The property offers spacious accommodation and, although it may benefit from a degree of modernisation, offers excellent potential as a generous family home in a sought-after area of the city.
The home is entered into the hallway, giving way to two well proportioned reception rooms. Both the lounge and dining room offer direct access into the rear garden and are naturally bright with tall sash and case windows.
The kitchen is currently fitted with a range of units with the added bonus of an adjoining utility room providing further storage and space for appliances. From the utility room access is gained into the rear hall, boasting two large storage cupboards and the rear door leading out to the garden.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is the convenient cloakroom with two piece white suite.
The carpeted staircase ascends to the first floor landing, giving way to the remaining accommodation. The first of the double bedrooms is of particularly good side with dual aspect windows allowing the room to be flooded with natural light. There are three further double bedrooms, each of which allows ample space for a range of free-standing furniture.
The family bathroom is fitted with a three piece white suite with mains shower over the bath and two opaque windows to the side of the property.
Accessed from an enclosed, fixed timber ladder in one of the bedrooms, the floored loft space provides excellent storage and houses the boiler.
Outside, the property benefits from a generous plot extending to approximately 0.3 acres, having a large walled garden which is extensively laid to lawn and also features a variety of mature bushes and trees. There are two outhouses which provide useful outdoor storage space.
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