Suite 7 Cranmore Place Cranmore Drive Shirley Solihill
Tel: 01926 258021
Crown Street, Ferryhill
(Flat, 2 bedrooms)
Offers around £110,000
We are pleased to offer for sale this ideally located two bedroom city centre basement level flat. With neutral decor throughout, this property benefits double glazing and a recently fitted kitchen and shower room.

The lounge overlooks the front of the property and has an electric fireplace.

The kitchen has laminated flooring and a good range of cream coloured wall and base units with contrasting worktops. In this room is a large cupboard containing the water tank.

The modern shower room comprises a three piece white suite with large corner shower, a chrome heated towel rail and storage cupboards.

The first bedroom has ample space for a double bed and free standing furniture, with the second bedroom would make an ideal nursery or study.

In the communal hall there is an exceptionally large exclusive storage cupboard and outside there is a communal garden with a shared former coal cellar.

Room Dimensions

Lounge 11'9" x 12'10"

Kitchen 11'9" x 11'1"

Bedroom One 11'7" x 8'1"

Bedroom Two 12'8" x 5'2"

Shower Room 7'4" x 5'3"


Crown Street is situated within easy walking distance of both Aberdeen city centre and the train/bus stations, in addition to Union Square with its many and varied shops/restaurants/cinema. The University of Aberdeen and RGU are also easily commutable. His Majesty's Theatre and The Music Hall are also a short walk away. Good road links provide easy access to all parts of the city and the area is also well served by public transport facilities. Car parking is readily available with the aid of a residents parking permit from Aberdeen City Council.

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 that’s 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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