We are delighted to present this two bedroom top floor flat. The property benefits from security entry, double glazing, gas central heating, combi boiler, communal loft, communal rear garden and on street parking within the development. All light fittings, floor and window coverings to remain.
The accommodation comprises of:
Entry into hallway leading to all accommodation;
Bright lounge/diner with feature fireplace, front aspect window, decorated in neutral colour, laminated flooring and access to kitchen;
Fully tiled kitchen fitted with a range of white base and wall units with contrasting work surfaces. Integrated appliances consist of gas hob, electric oven and overhead extractor fan. Neutral decor, tiled flooring and two rear aspect windows;
Master bedroom decorated in neutral colour, laminate flooring and front aspect window;
Bedroom two complemented by two alcoves, rear aspect window, neutral decor and laminate flooring;
Fully tiled bathroom comprising of 4 piece white suite, bath, pedestal wash basin, bidet, W.C. And rear aspect window;
Externally the property benefits from by a communal rear garden with on street parking.
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Seaton Gardens is close to Aberdeen University and within walking distance of King Street where there is excellent public transport facilities. Aberdeen Beach is just a short walk away. It is within commuting distance of Dyce and Bridge of Don where there are many industrial estates. Aberdeen City Centre is close by.
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 sparkling grey-stone buildings. The 19th-Century Marischal College is typical – a monumental Victorian landmark that’s now headquarters of the City Council. There are lots to do: Shopping, entertainment, dining out, churches, libraries, leisure facilities, fabulous parks and much more. There are excellent schools and transport links. It is also home to a lovely, long sandy beach with paved promenade, popular for its range of leisure and fun activities and scenic walks – perfect all year round.
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