£249,995 Offers over
This fantastic property provides flexible, family sized accommodation formed over two levels. All the rooms throughout this house are spacious and welcoming. The super dining sized kitchen has a large cooking range and a beautiful period fire surround which provides a cozy setting for those winter months. The main lounge has a tiled floor and two sets of french doors thats allow lots of natural light to flood into this large room. The house further benefits from gas central heating, double/triple glazing, large patio area, separate zone which is currently used as kennels, further paddock area beyond to the bottom of the garden. Stunning sea views are available from the bedrooms on the upper level.This extensive property really has to be seen to be fully appreciated, call now to arrange a viewing.
Situated in the beautiful Bridge of Don to the north of Aberdeen, this idyllic setting offers country walks and a host of everyday amenities. Aberdeen city centre is a short distance away with a wide and varied range of shops, bars, eateries and shopping outlets. The university within Aberdeen offers a range of higher education courses.
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