17 Caiesdykes Crescent, Kincorth, Aberdeen AB12 5JJ

  • 2 bedroom, Terraced Dwellinghouse
  • Offers Over: £130,000

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We are delighted to offer for sale this most attractive, two bedroom, terraced dwellinghouse which is located within an established residential area of the City. Offering a good level of stylishly presented accommodation spanning two floors, benefits include gas fired central heating, uPVC double glazed windows and exterior doors, a generous storage loft, and convenient off-road parking for two vehicles at the front of the property.  Recent improvements include the installation of a new boiler and consumer unit, new double glazed sealed units have been fitted to most windows, a smart new bathroom has been fitted, the kitchen has been upgraded, and a new front door installed.  Included in the sale are all fitted floor coverings, window blinds, light fittings and kitchen appliances, and the ground floor rooms comprise:  welcoming entrance hall with understair storage cupboard; instantly appealing lounge/dining room affording ample space to accommodate both lounge and dining furniture, and with dual aspect windows and a central fireplace; and well appointed, galley-style kitchen, offering direct access to the rear garden, and boasting a range of white high-gloss cabinets.  Upstairs there are two good sized double bedrooms, each with ample built-in wardrobe facilities; and the bathroom, which is fitted with modern white sanitary ware and over-bath shower.  At the rear the delightful, very well maintained garden is laid mainly to lawn with borders hosting a variety of mature flowering shrubs which add a welcome splash of colour, whilst a particularly private and secluded paved patio offers an ideal space for outdoor relaxation. Representing an ideal choice for a first time buyer or couple, interior viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate its appeal.


Accessed via a new partially glazed/uPVC front door with side screen, the welcoming entrance to the home is bright and benefits from an understair storage cupboard with power point. Cupboard housing the electricity meter and new consumer unit. Carpeted floor. Staircase to first floor.
Lounge/Dining Room
6.35m x 3.15m (20’10” x 10’4”) approx
Instantly appealing room with dual aspect windows drawing in an abundance of natural light. Central fireplace. TV aerial point. Telephone point with Fibre Broadband facility. Two triple glass shade ceiling lights with co-ordinating wall lights. Vertical window blinds and carpeted floor. Note: The decorative wooden fireplace will be removed and replaced with a white one of similar style.
Fitted Kitchen
3.53m x 2.18m (11’7” x 7’2”) approx
Well appointed galley-style kitchen, very recently upgraded, and fitted with a range of white high-gloss cabinets, complemented by brushed steel handles, co-ordinating marble effect work surfaces, and splashback tiling. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. New touch-control ceramic hob with chimney-style extractor canopy above, and electric oven/grill below. The washing machine and fridge will remain. Spotlight track. Rear facing window and partially glazed/uPVC door opening into the garden. Wood effect vinyl flooring.
First Floor
A carpeted staircase with fixed handrails ascends from the hall to the first floor landing where a hatch with fixed ladder provides access to the partially floored loft space with light. Pendant fitting.
Double Bedroom 1
4.09m x 2.64m (13’5” x 8’8”) approx
Most attractive front facing bedroom benefiting from a built-in shelved cupboard housing the central heating boiler, and extensive hanging and shelving facilities within mirror-fronted wardrobes along one wall. Pendant fitting. Vertical window blinds. Carpeted floor.
Double Bedroom 2
3.1m x 2.97m (10’2” x 9’9”) approx
This good sized bedroom enjoys a quiet aspect to the rear of the home and benefits from a range of fitted wardrobes with central dressing table and overhead cabinets. Built-in shelved cupboard. Ceiling pendant. Carpet.
Smart bathroom, recently upgraded, and fitted with modern white wc, wash hand basin on pedestal, and bath above which is a mains shower and glass screen. Full wet-wall panelling. Large mirror fitted to one wall. Chrome ladder style radiator/towel warmer. Recessed downlighters. Opaque rear facing window. Tile effect flooring.
The front garden is laid in tarmac and provides convenient off-road parking for two vehicles. At the rear the delightful, very well maintained garden is laid mainly to lawn with a well stocked border of mature flowering shrubs providing a welcome splash of colour, whilst a particularly private and secluded paved patio offers an ideal space for outdoor relaxation. Wooden shed with power supply. Outside lighting. Shared drying green.
From Aberdeen’s Bridge of Dee travel south on the A92 for a short distance, then turn left onto Cairngorm Road. At the roundabout take the third exit onto Gardner Drive, then turn third left into Caiesdykes Road where number 17 is located a good distance along on the right hand side of the road.


Kincorth is a popular and well established residential area located on the south side of Aberdeen City, and is easily accessible by car or public transport. Ideally placed for access to the business parks at Altens, Tullos and Badentoy at Portlethen, also within easy reach is Robert Gordon University’s Garthdee Campus at Bridge of Dee, the area is well served by a range of amenities, including a variety of local shops serving everyday needs, supermarkets, primary and secondary schools, and medical facilities. Leisure facilities include a sports centre, swimming pool, and community groups.

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