£360,000 Guide Price
Excellent opportunity to purchase a seven bedroom, traditionally built terraced house in an excellent location in the heart of Aberdeen. The property is set over three levels, which dates back to 1877 it has been extended and well maintained. The property boasts original period features, open fires and high ceilings, 7 bedrooms, 3 which have en-suite facilities, 2 family bathrooms; lounge and kitchen/diner.
The main entry is from the ground street level and leads into a vestibule opening up into a large welcoming reception hallway with large cupboard and stairs to upper and garden levels;
Tastefully decorated sitting room boasting original fireplace and front aspect window and carpet flooring.
The original lounge with rear aspect window has been converted into two bedrooms and a hall. Decorated in neutral colours and linoleum flooring. One boasts an en-suite shower room comprising of three piece white suite, mosaic splashback, Aqua panelling in shower cubicle and tiled flooring.
Tartan carpet stairs to upper accommodation which boasts a shower room on the lower landing.
Shower room comprises of three piece white suite, vanity cupboard housing hand wash basin and w.c.. Partially tiled walls and floors in neutral colours with rear aspect window.
The original master bedroom with rear aspect window is now being utilised as a lounge with stairs to loft area. A hall has been added and is decorated in neutral colours with carpet flooring.
The original dressing room has been converted into a bathroom comprising of three piece white suite with over bath shower. Auqa panelling splashback surround the bath and linoleum flooring.
Bedroom one with front aspect has an en-suite shower room which has been incorporated into the original bedroom. Decorated in neutral colours with carpet flooring, en-suite comprises of three piece white suite, freestanding hand wash basin, w.c. Aqua panelled shower cubicle with linoleum flooring.
Bedroom two with front aspect window, decorated in neutral colours with carpet flooring.
Lower Ground Floor
Stairs open up to hallway leading to all lower accommodation boasting a large storage cupboard.
Large kitchen/diner with rear aspect window fitted with stylish wall and base units, gas range cooker with stainless steel extractor fan, freestanding American style fridge/freezer and ample room for dining table seating six comfortably. Up a step to original dining area which is now converted into a utility area.
Original dining room with front aspect window is now being utilized as a bedroom. Decorated in neutral colours with laminated flooring.
Modern bathroom comprising of three piece white suite, bath with shower overhead, Aqua panelling splashback surround. Partially tiled walls, floors and heated towel rail.
Original study/store room is now being utilized as a bedroom with front aspect window. Decorated in neutral colours with laminate flooring.
Large conservatory, with carpet flooring and radiator, overlooks rear garden.
The enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, with mature shrubs and boasting a patio area. Stepping stones lead to parking area for two cars.
Sitting Room/bedroom 1611 x 1403
Bedroom 1605 x 604
Bedroom 911 x 700
Hall 701 x 601
Landing shower room 607 x 407
Master bedroom/Lounge 1310 x 1304
Dressing room/shower room 710 x 309
Bedroom 2 1400 x 1203
En-suite 705 x 304
Bedroom 3 1400 x 809
Loft Area 1805 x 900
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Kitchen/diner 1811 x 1309
Dining room/bedroom 1104 x 1000
Bathroom 606 x 605
Study/bedroom 1010 x 604
Conservatory 1100 x 903
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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