Family home for price of flat
This family home in Bucksburn comes with a price tag that’s sure to catch the attention of house-hunters, writes Donna Ross
In today’s housing market it can be difficult to buy a two-bedroom flat in Aberdeen for under £200,000 – so house-hunters are sure to be delighted when they hear the same amount of money could buy them a family home in Bucksburn.
Inveralmond, a traditional granite cottage situated on Inverurie Road, is on sale for the extremely reasonable price of offers over £192,500 – £2,500 under valuation.
What makes the price even more attractive is the fact that it includes all carpets, floor coverings, curtains, light fittings and shades, the oven and hob, and wardrobes in one of the bedrooms.
Its owners have taken great care of the three/four bedroom house during their time there resulting in a home that’s in ready-to-move-in condition.
The property has a mixture of both modern and traditional features including high ceilings, an ornate ceiling rose and ceiling coving, double-glazing and central heating.
Spacious accommodation spread over two floors includes the hallway, lounge, dining-room, bathroom, dining kitchen, bathroom and three double bedrooms.
The focal point in the lounge is the real flame gas fire with surround and there is ample space for a variety of free-standing furniture.
The owners utilise another large public room as a dining-room but this could be changed to create a fourth bedroom or playroom to accommodate the needs of a growing family.
The dining kitchen is fitted with a range of cream units and there is ample space for a dining table.
Outside, there is a large back garden and two exclusive storage cellars for outdoor equipment.
Contact: Aberdein Considine & Co on 01224 723737.