Elegance – if there was one word to describe this new-to-market property it is that.
This four-bedroom home, located in the poplar suburb of Bucksburn, is also sophisticated and modern, yet cosy and traditional.
Built around 1900, it is an imposing building but as soon as you enter the hallway there is a feeling that this is very much a family home.
With the benefit of having retained a great deal of the original features, including a stunning bay window, this will undoubtedly suit those who prefer that slightly more distinguished touch, rather than a new build design.
The hall is grand, rather than opulent, and you will immediately notice that the property has been refurbished to an extremely high standard.
The high ceilings, extensive pitch pine, skirtings, wood paneling and decorative cornices will transport you to a bygone age, and the impressive staircase with its original handrail and banisters is simply majestic.
The home is fully double glazed with gas fired central heating, underfloor heating and hard-wired smoke detectors.
French doors lead from a splendid lounge into the superb kitchen/diner, which is fitted with a range of quality units and appliances, and further onto a spacious family room with dual aspect windows. A separate dining room ensures there is also sufficient space for those more formal gatherings.
The first floor is home to the master bedroom incorporating a sumptuous en suite, and three generous bedrooms and a well-appointed bathroom mean there is ample space for a growing family or visitors.
The property itself sits within a secluded walled plot, and the mature gardens to the front and side, with a range of trees and shrubs, are more than ample to attract the green fingered. The electric gates lead onto an extensive lock block driveway with plenty of off street parking for several vehicles and access to the detached garage, which has its own storage loft.
Bucksburn is a thriving commuter area on the outskirts of Aberdeen, with local bus links to the city within walking distance of the property. It has the added benefit of having a local shop, newly built Co-op supermarket and well-stocked Marks & Spencer food hall with café attached nearby at Stoneywood. In addition the well-known Craighaar Hotel, Woodend Bar and Bankhead Inn are all in the close vicinity. Local schooling is available at Stoneywood Primary and Bucksburn Academy.
For those who require to travel further, the location offers easy access to the airport as well as oil related offices at both Dyce and Bridge of Don. Some of the main arterial routes including the AWPR are nearby offering access to most parts of the City. The newly opened P&J Live entertainment venue is also easily accessible.
This home provides city living in a tranquil environment, and at offers over £439,000, fabulous value for money.
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