Situated within a convenient location, this spacious one bedroom, top floor flat is in a traditional granite building to which entry is gained by a security entry system. Offering bright and airy accommodation throughout, the property enjoys the comforts of gas central heating, double glazing, neutral colour scheme and laminated flooring throughout. The property benefits from a communal staircase with shared on stair cupboard and rear garden.
The property comprises of: Communal hallway
The communal hallway is accessed by a security entry door and also gives access to the rear communal garden. Entrance hallway
Bright hallway offering a large storage cupboard housing the freestanding fridge/freezer. Access to loft area.
Lounge 14'03" x 11'00" Spacious lounge with front aspect window which lets natural light steam into the room. Feature electric fireplace lends ambience to room. Access to kitchen area.
Kitchen 7'09" x 4'00" Kitchen area has a range of white wall and base units and contrasting black counter tops. Integrated electric ceramic hob, oven and chrome extractor fan. Freestanding washing machine.
Bedroom 11'08" x 7'10" Good sized double bedroom with built-in wardrobe and rear aspect window offering stunning city views.
Bathroom 8'00" x 4'04" Modern bathroom comprising of three piece white suite comprising of w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and bath with over bath shower. Benefiting from Aqua panel splashbacks.
Torry is a thriving community which is separated from the heart of Aberdeen City by the River Dee. There is a choice of primary schools and secondary education. A wide range of shops are available locally and there is an active social and recreational life with facilities ranging from a swimming pool, community centre and golf course. Situated on the south side of the City with Duthie Park with its many attractions including the Winter Gardens, both is within relatively easy walking distance.
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 enduring grey-stone buildings. The 19th-century Marischal College is typical – a monumental Victorian landmark that’s now headquarters of the City Council. Boasting fantastic education needs from Nursery, Primary, Secondary Schools, Universities and College. Aberdeen hosts copious amenities and regular bus and train services. Lots to do, shopping, dining, churches, libraries, leisure facilities, parks and many more. It is also home to a sand beach with paved promenade, popular for scenic walks, exercise and dining, perfect viewing all year round.
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