£255,000 Guide Price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 January 2010||£225,000||N/A|
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We are delighted to bring to the market, this lovely four bedroom detached home in a peaceful location in the delightful suburb of Cove Bay. The property is generously proportioned throughout boasting an enclosed rear garden with shed, manual awning over patio doors, double glazing, central heating, security lights to front and rear and single garage with Loc bloc driveway for two cars.
The downstairs accommodation comprises of:
Entry into hallway giving access to all accommodation and guest W.C.;
Guest W.C., comprising of two piece white suite, W.C., pedestal hand wash basin and front aspect window;
Spacious lounge with recessed front aspect window, neutral decor and laminate flooring;
Modern kitchen with a range of white gloss fitted wall and base units with contrasting work surfaces. There is an integrated 5 ring gas hob, electric fan oven with stainless steel extractor fan above. Freestanding appliances consist of fridge &freezer, washing machine and tumble drier. Two rear and side aspect windows, patio doors leading to rear garden, neutral decor with feature papered wall and linoleum flooring complete this room.
Spacious master bedroom benefiting from built in wardrobes, neutral décor with feature emulsion wall, carpet flooring and front aspect window. Access to en-suite;
En-suite comprising of three piece white suite, vanity unit hand wash basin, W.C., shower cubicle, neutral decor, linoleum flooring and side aspect window;
Second bedroom benefiting from walk in wardrobe, neutral decor with feature papered wall, laminate flooring and Velux window;
Third bedroom benefiting from neutral decor with feature papered wall, laminate flooring and rear aspect window;
Fourth bedroom benefiting neutral decor, carpet flooring and front aspect window;
Bathroom comprising of three piece white suite, bath with overhead shower, W.C. and vanity unit hand basin. Papered walls, tiled splashbacks, laminate flooring and rear aspect window;
Externally, there is the added benefit of a fully enclosed rear garden with a shed and manual awning over patio doors. To the front of the property there is a single garage and Loc bloc driveway for two cars.
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Cove Bay is located on the south side of Aberdeen City and is a popular and delightful coastal village linked by an excellent commuter route and frequent buses to Aberdeen City Centre and beyond. Cove Bay offers easy access to the business and industrial estates at Altens, Tullos and Portlethen. The newly opened Aberdeen bypass (the AWPR road) close at hand, provides an easy access to both Dyce, Aberdeen Airport and the north of the city, the A90 south and the A96 to the Highlands. Cove Bay boasts a quaint harbour and stunning coastal walks. A wide range of amenities can be found within the village, including several shops, community centre, medical centre, library, nursery, two primary schools and the new secondary school. There is also a pub/hotel with a reputable restaurant and another with spa and gym facilities.
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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