11 Wellington Park Cove Aberdeen, AB12 3UW
Fixed price £264,750
We offer for sale this superbly appointed three bedroom terraced home, set in the popular Charleston Development in Cove. The property, built by Scotia Homes, one of the areas foremost Developers, has been designed to be modern on the inside, yet on the outside has period architectural features reflecting the traditions and culture of the area. The high ceilings and tall windows allow light to flow into the well-proportioned rooms and with energy efficiency being a key factor, this property would make an ideal purchase for a modern home in a delightful location.
The property itself is located over two levels with the lower level having an entrance vestibule leading to the spacious entrance hallway which gives access to the ground floor accommodation and staircase to the upper level.
The lounge is a particularly impressive room with two windows to the front allowing an abundance of natural light to flood this well proportioned living space.
The kitchen is to fitted with an excellent range of quality base and wall units with contrasting worktop and matching upstand,and a range of fantastic appliances, with ample space for a dining table and chairs.
Located off the kitchen is the utility room, fitted with further storage space and giving access to the cloakroom with two piece suite.
The upper level is reached by a comfortably graded staircase and leads to the upper hallway which has the benefit of a deep storage cupboard.
A generously proportioned master bedroom with outlook to the front, double wardrobe space and en suite with with contemporary three piece suite.
Bedroom two has wardrobe accommodation and is front facing,whilst, bedroom three overlooks the rear and again has a double wardrobe with ample shelf and hanging space.
Completing the accommodation is the bathroom fitted with three piece suite.
Cove is a popular residential location with easy access to the A90 Aberdeen road. The village has a wealth of facilities for a community of its size. There are several shops, primary schools and regular buses, as well as a Health Centre and a modern library. There are ample leisure facilities and friendly hostelries to visit for a relaxing drink. Though much of its historic past no longer survives, some architectural interest may be found on Loirston Road, such as the compact St Mary’s Episcopal Church and the coastguard cottages, dating from 1821.
Travelling south along Wellington Road continue straight ahead at the Altens roundabout and the development is on the left hand side.