Offers over £320,000
Located within desirable Old Aberdeen, an area steeped in local history, we offer for sale this attractive three bedroom semi-detached dwellinghouse. The property is of generous size and boasts many attractive, traditional features throughout.
The home is entered into the welcoming hallway, giving way to all ground floor accommodation with a particularly large lounge having a central fireplace and direct access to the rear garden.
Accessed from both the hall and the lounge, the dining room is ideal for formal dining and entertaining, benefiting from two built-in storage cupboards and having a pleasant front facing aspect.
The dining kitchen is fitted with a wide range of wall, base and drawer units, overlaid with roll front work surfaces and incorporating a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. A walk-in pantry cupboard is a useful addition and the utility room provides a convenient hideaway for laundry appliances. Completing the ground floor, the cloakroom is fitted with a two piece white suite and vanity unit.
An attractive traditional timber staircase ascends to the first floor landing where the three double bedrooms are located, each of which boasts built-in storage as well as allowing ample space for free-standing furniture. The home is completed by the family bathroom which is fitted with a three piece white suite with an electric shower over the bath.
Additionally, there is a large loft space which is partially floored and can be accessed from the first floor landing.
The property is surrounded by a generous walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn and peppered with mature trees, bushes and plants. There are two stone sheds which provide useful outdoor storage and the gated parking area to the rear is accessed from Dunbar Street.
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