£80,000 Guide Price
Spacious one bedroom flat in a traditional granite building situated within the heart of the city centre. Offering bright and airy accommodation throughout, the property enjoys the comforts of security entry access, gas central heating and double glazing. In addition, this property offers two exclusive basement cellars, permit on-street parking and a well maintained communal garden. Ideal opportunity for first time buyer, student or buy to let, a viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer.
The accommodation comprises of; entrance hall, giving access to the kitchen and remaining rooms;
a large, bright lounge/dining room decorated in coordinating colours, with front aspect window, a cupboard, feature fireplace, and carpeted flooring;
a kitchen with tasteful neutral base and wall units, with laminated work surfaces, walls and flooring, integrated electric oven with hob, fridge, freezer and washing machine, rear aspect window;
a double bedroom with ample storage units, rear aspect window, neutral décor and carpeted flooring;
a modern shower room, comprising of large shower enclosure with aqua panelling , WC and wash hand basin in vanity unit, neutral tiled walls and flooring.
Externally, there is the added benefit of a shared well maintained garden to the rear and on-street permit parking to the front and side. The window fittings, floor coverings, light fittings, as well as the furniture are all inclusive of the sale.
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Crown Street is situated within easy walking distance of both Aberdeen city centre and the train/bus stations, in addition to Union Square with its many and varied shops/restaurants/cinema. The University of Aberdeen and RGU are also easily commutable. His Majesty's Theatre and The Music Hall are also a short walk away. Good road links provide easy access to all parts of the city and the area is also well served by public transport facilities. Car parking is readily available with the aid of a residents parking permit from Aberdeen City Council.
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 sparkling grey-stone buildings. The 19th-Century Marischal College is typical a monumental Victorian landmark thats now headquarters of the City Council. There are lots to do: shopping, entertainment, dining out, churches, libraries, leisure facilities, fabulous parks and much more. There are excellent schools and transport links. It is also home to a lovely, long sandy beach with paved promenade, popular for its range of leisure and fun activities and scenic walks perfect all year round.
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