This spacious FOUR BEDROOM FARMHOUSE with generous garden grounds has the added benefit of a large conservatory to take in the surrounding countryside and views towards the sea. It is set on the edge of Bridge of Don, a suburb of Aberdeen north of the city centre. It offers the delight of semi-rural living yet within close proximity to an abundance of local amenities. It is also within easy commuting distance of the industrial estates at Bridge of Don and the Aberdeen International Airport. The area has benefitted hugely from the opening of the AWPR.
The accommodation comprises on the ground floor of an entrance hall. A particularly generous conservatory to take in the views of the surrounding countryside. The conservatory in turn leads to a dining room. A living room with a cast iron fire on a marble surround, a spacious kitchen with a good range of solid wood wall and base units and with integrated appliances along with an Aga range, a utility room and a shower room completes this floor. Leading to the upstairs there are four bedrooms with the master having an ensuite, and a family bathroom.
The property benefits from having an abundance of cupboards, double glazing and oil-fired heating. Outside the generous garden grounds to the front, side and rear are laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs along with two patio areas. There is also a timber summerhouse.
Bridge of Don is a popular residential suburb well served by a wide range of amenities which include a medical centre, banks, Post Office and gym facilities at Bannatyne Health Club. It has schooling at both primary and secondary level and benefits from excellent transport facilities in and around the city. It is ideally located for Dyce International Airport and various industrial estate.
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