£135,000 Guide Price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|21 December 2006||£120,000||N/A|
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We are pleased to bring to the market this spacious two bedroom terraced property located in Bucksburn. The property benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, loft, enclosed rear garden and on street parking.
The downstairs accommodation comprises of:
Spacious lounge decorated in yellow emulsion walls with laminate flooring and large front aspect window. Access to kitchen/diner;
Kitchen/diner fitted with a range of base and wall units with contrasting work surfaces, integrated electric oven, gas hob, freestanding washing machine, tumble drier and fridge/freezer. Decorated in neutral colour, laminate flooring with rear facing window and door to rear garden.
Bedroom One benefiting from built in wardrobe with louvre doors, front aspect window, emulsion walls and carpet flooring;
Bedroom Two decorated in neutral colours and laminated flooring. Built in wardrobe and rear aspect window;
Part tiled shower room comprising of 3 piece white suite, shower unit, vanity wash basin, W.C., laminated flooring and rear aspect window;
Externally the enclosed rear garden has lawn and patio areas. The front of the property is tiered with mature shrub and ample on street parking.
Bucksburn is a popular suburb, with access to the Western Peripheral Route. Situated to the north west of the city and well served by local shops, primary and secondary schools, a leisure centre, swimming pool, bowling club and a nearby 18 hole golf course. Bucksburn is on the main arterial route between the City Centre and Aberdeen International Airport, easy access is also afforded to the expanding business at Dyce and the Industrial Estates both North and South of the city.
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