11 Kettlehills Crescent Aberdeen, AB16 5TL
Offers over £145,000
We are delighted to present for sale this sizeable terraced three bedroom dwelling with a large attic room. Featuring the modern comforts of gas central heating and double glazing this well presented family home is in truly walk in condition and early viewing is highly recommend to appreciate the level of accommodation on offer.
The entrance hallway has a large storage cupboard and carpeted staircase to the upper level. The expansive lounge has a picture window to the front and a focal fireplace and ample space for a variety of free standing furniture. An arch leads through to the dining area which benefits from French doors to the garden. This really gives a lovely indoors/ outdoor feeling. The modern kitchen has been recently replaced and is well appointed with white wall and base mounted units with co-ordinating splash back tiling. Integrated appliances will be included. A rear hallway has a large storage cupboard and back door access.
On the upper level, there are two large double bedrooms both feature storage cupboards and bedroom one to the front of the property has a large fitted wardrobe. The superb shower room has white WC and sink with a corner shower enclosure and full aqua panelling. A third study room is a good size with a window to the front and a stair case to the attic room.
Grounds to the rear are mainly laid in grass with block paved patio. The front is mainly laid in block paving with raised planted border. The lower section is formed in a driveway providing off street parking. Boundaries are formed by pointed concrete block walls and timber fencing.
Room dimensions ^
- Lounge: 4.6m x 3.28m (15'1" x 10'9")
- Kitchen: 2.72m x 2.95m (8'11" x 9'8")
- Dining area: 2.85m x 3.23m (9'4" x 10'7")
- Bedroom one: 3.99m x 2.85m (13'1" x 9'4")
- Bedroom two: 3.71m x 3.02m (12'2" x 9'11")
- Shower room: 1.91m x 1.75m (6'3" x 5'9")
- Study: 3.3m x 2.69m (10'10" x 8'10")
- Attic room: 7.32m x 3.38m (24'0" x 11'1")
The property is well served by local shops and is within walking distance of primary schools. The Aberdeen Hospitals Complex is within easy reach, and a regular public transport service provides quick and easy access to the City Centre. Located close to the city’s main arterial route, this also provides a quick route to most areas of the city, as well as Aberdeen International Airport and the oil related offices at Bridge of Don, Dyce, Kingswells and Westhill.
Head in a northerly direction via North Anderson Drive and, at the first roundabout, take the first exit into Provost Fraser Drive. Continue past the school and take the second turning on the right, this being Kettlehills Crescent.