£79,000 Guide Price
A well located first floor one bedroom flat within the 'Old Aberdeen' area of the city, ideal for buy-to-let investors, students or first time buyers alike. Local amenities and The University of Aberdeen in the immediate vicinity. Benefiting from security entry, Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing, smoke/heat/carbon monoxide detectors, an upgraded Shower Room, an open-plan kitchen/lounge, double bedroom, communal garden, shared cupboard on half-landing, shared basement area and on street permit parking.
The property comprises of;
Entrance hallway with useful storage cupboard, leading to all accommodation;
A light, open plan lounge/kitchen with cupboard housing the boiler and rear aspect window. neutral decor and new tasteful laminate flooring, kitchen wall and base units in white, freestanding gas hob/oven, white tall fridge freezer, and washing machine;
Double bedroom with half bay style front aspect window, neutral decor and laminate flooring;
A stylish, newly upgraded room comprising of 3 piece white suite: one step up to the cubicle with electric shower, W.C., and space saving wash hand basin.
Shared cupboard on half landing, shared basement, shared garden, and on-street parking.
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This property is located in the heart of 'Old Aberdeen' with it's rich history and ample local amenities. A lovely first floor flat on the door step of The Aberdeen University Campus. Nearby King Street is a long residential and commercial street that extends from the city's Union Street to the crossing over the River Don to the north of the city. There is a wide selection of shops on King Street, and a regular bus service with links to all parts of the city. The Kittybewster Retail Park is also within walking distance and offers a further selection of leisure and recreational amenities.
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.Location
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