Most of the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route / Balmedie to Tipperty road (AWPR) is now open, and a quick glance at social media shows it’s dramatically shortening people’s journey times around the area.
On its website, GoNorthEast says travel time between Peterculter and Bridge of Don, for example, is almost halved to 26 minutes, while Stonehaven to Dyce now takes around half an hour, down 56%.
This means homebuyers are likely to look for their next property in areas they’d perhaps previously discounted, perhaps because the commute was too long, or it wasn’t close enough to friends, family or the amenities they wanted to use.
So we’ve pulled together a handful of properties in some of the areas with easy access to the new A90 route, and if you don’t see something you fancy here, why not take a look at our residential property page.
This modern detached family home comes with the added incentive of 105% part exchange. The airy, open plan living room and kitchen space has patio doors opening out to the garden.
Within easy reach of the city centre and the surrounding countryside, this three-bedroom home has a contemporary German kitchen with integrated appliances and stone worktops.
It’s never too early to start thinking about summer, and this house in Westhill has a fully enclosed garden with a patio area that’s ideal for dining outside in warmer weather.
With the AWPR junction at Milltimber Brae moments away, this five-bedroom, three-bathroom property has bags of traditional features, including the original butler bells.
This contemporary three-bedroom terraced property is in the popular Charleston development to the south of the city and has a stylish dining kitchen as well as lots of space for parking.
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