£195,000 Offers over
This fabulous extended semi-detached villa is a lovely and stylish home situated within a popular and sought-after locale. The property holds a preferred cul-de-sac position and is close to the community woodland and playpark.
Internally the property is presented in walk-in condition and has been thoughtfully upgraded by the current vendors and only after close inspection will buyers fully appreciate this outstanding family home. The accommodation is complemented with fresh d cor, modern specifications, and quality flooring. Comprises hallway, large lounge with open dining area and patio doors to the rear, instantly impressive contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances, open plan family room, utility room, 3 generous double bedrooms and 4-piece family bathroom comprising bath, walk-in cubicle with multi jet system, oval Porcelanosa sink and tiling, vanity bar with glass top and w/c.
Further features include oil central heating, underfloor heating in the family room and kitchen, double-glazing, solid wooden flooring in a variety of rooms and Epc rating D.
Externally there is a mono-bloc driveway to the front with path to the side leading to the rear garden. The rear garden has southerly aspects and features a decking area, stone chips, shrubbery and fencing on the perimeter.
Aboyne, aptly named in a list of the best places to live in Scotland 2018, is a very popular town located within Royal Deeside, enjoying a good tourist trade throughout the year with many taking advantage of the stunning River Dee location, independent shops, bars, and restaurants. In addition, the town has a real sense of community spirit with many amenities located within including a leisure centre, swimming pool, tennis courts, bowling green, health centre, Theatre at Le suite centre, supermarket, 18-hole and 9-hole golf courses. For the outdoor enthusiast there is a range of pursuits nearby including the Aberdeen Water Ski Club at Aboyne Loch, Aboyne gliding club, fishing and skiing at Glenshee or the Lecht, mountain biking, cycling, walking, climbing and access to the Easter Cairngorms and sits on the boundary of the Cairngorms National Park. Furthermore, the nearby community woodland has a mountain bike park and there is a child's playpark directly behind the property. Schooling is provided within the town at both Primary and Secondary level with private education catered for within Aberdeen. Aberdeen is some 30 miles away, and provides all the leisure, recreational and entertainment facilities expected from the oil capital of Europe. It also provides good transport links with a mainline railway station and is host to an airport providing both domestic and international flights.
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