£85,503 Offers over

Smithfield, Kintore, Aberdeenshire, AB51 0YN

1 bedroom flat for sale

 
View Previous Selling Prices
Selling Date Selling Price Value change
14 October 2005 £63,180 £17,541
8 April 2004 £45,639 £5,639
10 November 2003 £40,000 N/A

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Property Details

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Description:
A one bedroom, self-contained, first floor flat in the centre of the village of Kintore, an ideal commuter base. The flat has good sized lounge and bedroom with full double glazing and electric panel heating. It has an exclusive area of the large garden and there is a stone built outhouse. This would be an ideal starter home for a single person or a couple.

Location:
Kintore is a thriving village with a new primary school, is well served by local shops and services and is within easy commuting distance of Aberdeen, Dyce, Westhill and Kingswells. The nearby town of Inverurie has excellent shopping facilities and sporting amenities plus rail links North and South.

Directions:
From Inverurie travelling towards Aberdeen on the A96 take the first slip road to Kintore. Left at the roundabout on to Northern Road. Smithfield is on the right hand side about 600 yards from the roundabout.
From Aberdeen on the A96 take the second slip road to Kintore, the third exit from the first roundabout, under the A96, then the first exit from the second roundabout on to Northern Road thereafter as above.
Number 4 is an upper flat in the last block of the granite built terrace, beside the Co-op mini market. The flat is reached by stairs from the back garden.

Entrance:
The front door is part glazed white uPVC. The lobby is wood panelled to dado height. Tiled flooring with matwell and carpeted steps to landing. Cupboard for electricity meter and consumer unit. Glazed door to the lounge.

Lounge:
14’6” x 11’1” (4.41m x 3.37m) A sunny, south west facing room overlooking the long back garden and with excellent privacy. Large window with louvred blind. Display alcove with glass shelves and low level built in storage cupboard. Old fireplace hearth is tiled. Television, satellite TV and telephone outlets. Carpeted. Door to inner hallway.

Kitchen:
8’7” x 8’2” (2.61m x 2.48m) Off the inner hallway the kitchen is fitted with a range of base, wall, and drawer units with wood effect frontals, laminate worktops and tiled splashbacks. Plumbed in washing machine, stand-alone fridge/freezer, integrated cooker with single oven and ceramic hob above. Filter hood, separate extractor fan in ceiling. 1 1⁄2 bowl sink with mixer tap and drainer. Window overlooks the front of the property. Down lighters. Wood flooring.

Bedroom:
13’10” x 10’6” (4.21m x 3.20m) A spacious, light and airy double bedroom where the north east facing window gets the morning sun. Curtains. Feature alcove with down-light decorated in a bright contrasting colour. Carpeted. Large fitted wardrobe .

Shower room:
A compact space with a white two piece suite comprising W.C. and wash-hand basin. Large tiled shower enclosure with electric instantaneous shower. Tiled splash-back behind wash-hand basin and wall mounted mirror above. Mirrored storage cabinet. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Access hatch to loft. Vinyl flooring.

Outside:
This is an upper floor flat in a traditional, granite built terrace. From the back garden there is a stairway to the entrances for the two upper floor flats. Each of the four flats in the block has its own area of the garden which for number 4 is on the right hand side of the gravel path and consists of a good sized area of lawn plus a flagged and low walled BBQ area and a bin store. A communal drying green occupies the furthermost 20% or so of the garden. The length of the back garden gives a pleasant openness and good separation from the neighbouring houses. There is a stone built storage shed exclusive to the property, large enough for bikes or a motor cycle, plus a communal stone built outhouse with outside water tap.

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

 

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Property History

  • Property added on 16 June 2017
  • New price Offers over £85,503 as of 18 November 2017
    Was: Offers over £90,000
  • New price Offers over £90,000 as of 12 August 2017
    Was: Offers over £99,000
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