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Houses for sale in Aberdeen

Aberdeen is situated in the North East of Scotland between the Rivers Dee and Don. It's known as the "Granite City", as many of its buildings since the 18th Century were built with locally quarried grey granite.

Since the discovery of oil in the North Sea during the late 20th century, Aberdeen has gained recognition as the Oil Capital of Europe and because of this it has high levels of employment and an abundance of skilled workers. Many workers come from around the world looking for oil and gas jobs in the area.

Known as the "Granite City", due to the striking grey appearance of many buildings since the 18th Century built using locally quarried grey granite, Aberdeen is situated in the North East of Scotland between the Rivers Dee and Don.

Flats in Aberdeen are very desirable due to the high paid jobs and low crime rates and there are many styles to suit all tastes whether you are looking for a modern flat or a traditional granite building.

Aberdeen is the 3rd best city in Scotland for shopping with Union Street and George Street being the city centre shopping area. There are also a number of shopping centres and retail parks throughout the city.

Aberdeen has an airport which serves both domestic and international destinations and a railway station which links Aberdeen to other major cities in Scotland. The A90 is the main route into the city from the North and South, and buses within the city are provided by First Aberdeen. Aberdeen harbour is the largest in Scotland and ferries to Orkney and Shetland run from there.