£90,000 Guide Price
Situated in a quiet location of Bucksburn, we are delighted to offer for sale this well-presented, self-contained one bedroom ground floor flat. The property benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, driveway for 1 car, exclusive cellar, front and rear garden with shed and drying green. The property is an ideal purchase for first time buyers, couples or a buy to let investment.
The Property comprises of:
An entrance hallway giving access to all accommodation;
Spacious lounge with front aspect window, allowing natural light steam into the room, feature electric fire and laminated flooring complete this room;
Fully fitted kitchen boasts a range of base and wall units with contrasting work surfaces, freestanding appliances include an electric cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine and rear aspect window ;
Double bedroom benefiting from built in wardrobe, front aspect window and laminate flooring;
Fully tiled shower room comprising of three piece white suite, vanity unit housing W.C., vanity unit wash basin, shower cubicle. Front facing window and laminate flooring.
Sofa, blinds, floor covering and light fittings inclusive of sale.
*** Note to Solicitors *** All formal offers should be emailed in the first instance to Scotlandoffers@purplebricks.com. Should your client's offer be accepted, please then send the Principle offer directly to the seller's solicitor upon receipt of the Notification of Proposed Sale which will be emailed to you.
Bucksburn is located on the outskirts of Aberdeen and is host to an array of local amenities including a Primary School, Academy, Library, Swimming Pool, Sports Centre, Bowling Club, Co-op convenience store and a popular family Restaurant. There is frequent bus transport into the city centre with all that Aberdeen has to offer and it is also well placed for easy travel to Aberdeen Airport.
Aberdeen is a port city in northeast Scotland, where the Dee and Don rivers meet the North Sea. With an offshore petroleum industry, the city is home to an international population. It's also known as the Granite City for its many enduring grey-stone buildings. The 19th-century Marischal College is typical a monumental Victorian landmark thats now headquarters of the City Council. Boasting fantastic education needs from Nursery, Primary, Secondary Schools, Universities and College. Aberdeen hosts copious amenities and regular bus and train services. Lots to do, shopping, dining, churches, libraries, leisure facilities, parks and many more. It is also home to a sand beach with paved promenade, popular for scenic walks, exercise and dining, perfect viewing all year round.
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