Occupying the whole of the first floor of a three flatted, traditional granite building this generously proportioned, two bedroom apartment offers a generous level of light and airy accommodation and shares its entrance with only one other property. Enjoying the benefits of gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazed windows, traditional features include high ceilings with moulded coving, picture rails, recessed alcoves, pine panelled interior doors, and a tiled fireplace incorporating a fully functional open fire in the lounge provides a pleasing focal point. The kitchen is well equipped with cabinets and provides ample space for dining; each of the spacious double bedrooms benefit from built-in wardrobe facilities; and the bathroom is fitted with pale coloured sanitary ware, an over-bath electric shower and built-in storage cupboards. Outside there is a well maintained shared walled garden to the rear, and ample on-street parking facilities to the front.
- Central to the home and providing access to all rooms via pine panelled interior doors. Wall mounted coat hooks. High level electricity meter/fusebox cupboard. Smoke detector. Pendant fitting. Carpeted floor.
- 15’ x 11’10” (4.57m x 3.61m) approx
- Located to the front of the home, this generously proportioned room boasts a high ceiling with moulded coving, and a tiled fireplace incorporating a fully functional fire which provides a pleasing focal point. Alcoves either side of the fireplace fitted with brass picture lights. Telephone point. Pendant fitting. Curtains fitted to wooden pole. Carpet.
- Dining Kitchen
- 10’6” x 10’3” (3.2m x 3.12m) approx
- Bright, well equipped kitchen fitted with a range of white coloured base and eye level units complemented by contrasting grey worktops and co-ordinating splashback tiling. Stainless steel sink and drainer, above which is a rear facing window fitted with wooden venetian blind. Built-in electric hob with oven/grill below, and integrated extractor hood above. The washing machine and refrigerator will remain. Wall mounted central heating boiler. Telephone point. Pendant and spotlight fittings. Vinyl wood effect flooring. Ample space for table and chairs.
- Double Bedroom 1
- 13’2” x 12’6” (4.01m x 3.81m) approx
- Spacious, front facing bedroom the proportions of which afford ample floor space to accommodate a range of free standing furniture. High ceiling with moulded coving and wooden picture rails. Built-in wardrobe fitted with hanging rail and shelf. Fitted shelving. Pendant fitting. Tied-back full length curtains fitted to wooden pole. Natural wood flooring.
- Double Bedroom 2
- 12’10” x 9’6” (3.91m x 2.89m) approx
- Another good sized bedroom, this time enjoying a quiet aspect to the rear and benefiting from a mirror-fronted wardrobe, with ample floor space for free standing furniture. Pendant fitting. Tied-back curtain fitted to wooden pole, and carpeted floor.
- Fitted with pale coloured sanitary ware, “Mira” electric over-bath shower and curtain. Ceramic wall tiling around the bath and to the splashback areas. Circular mirror above the wash basin, pine display shelf, and co-ordinating accessories. Built-in storage cupboards, one housing the water cylinder. Extractor fan and spotlight fitting. Carpet.
- Accessed via an external stone staircase at the rear, the communal hallway has an understair storage cupboard and features wood panelled walls to dado height and sensor activated lighting. Shared walled garden to the rear. On-street parking.
- Travel north on George Street, continuing ahead onto Powis Terrace and Great Northern Road. At the Northern Hotel, veer left onto Clifton Road, and continue well ahead, passing a row of shops on the right. Turn right onto Western Road and Summer Street is located along on the right, where number 15 is clearly identifiable on the right hand side of the road.
The property is located within easy reach of a wide range of amenities, including local shops serving everyday needs, a 24-hour Tesco supermarket at Danestone, retail parks at Kittybrewster and Berryden, a variety of take-away outlets, community facilities, dental practice, doctors’ surgery, and library. Aberdeen University’s Old Aberdeen Campus, and Aberdeen Hospitals at Foresterhill and Cornhill are easily accessible, as is the City Centre by car or public transport. The property is also located within close proximity of the City’s main arterial route, which facilitates direct access to Aberdeen International Airport and the oil related offices at Bridge of Don, and Dyce.No result founded