An ideal granite gem for a bustling urban lifestyle
It is not enough to live a stone’s throw from the main street. Today, retirees, couples and young professionals all want to be close to the city center – and rightly so.
You are more likely to have larger social circles, there are countless entertainment options, and easy access to public transportation.
Not only that, but you also have a huge selection of amenities for you to venture out on on a daily basis.
And future occupants of 24 Richmond Terrace in Aberdeen will enjoy these benefits after they move.
Located in the ever popular and sought after Rosemount area of the city, the two bedroom apartment is part of a traditional granite building and has been tastefully decorated by the current owners.
The common room, protected by a security entry system, provides access to the property.
Visitors are greeted by a welcoming hallway that leads to an elegant lounge, with a polished cast iron fireplace.
The living room offers a fantastic space to relax after a hard day or, come on weekends, entertain your friends and family.
And the tall windows to the front provide a great level of light with enough space for a range of furniture and upholstery.
From here you can enter the modern fitted kitchen, which has a good range of wall and base units.
Being close to the living room, occupants and guests can enjoy each other’s company while savoring a tasty meal.
Moving around the apartment there are two good sized double bedrooms. One is incredibly versatile and could be transformed into a home office, office, or reading room.
A modern and elegant bathroom, fitted with a three-room white suite, completes the accommodation.
The property also has the use of a large single storey attic, providing ample additional storage space.
The occupants also have shared use of a fully enclosed rear garden with an exclusive storage cellar.
The property further benefits from gas central heating and double glazed windows.
Number 24 is close to a multitude of specialty stores, including a cheese maker, a family butcher, a fishmonger, a pharmacy and a well-known supermarket.
There is a list of charming cafes and local craft shops nearby, while the hospital complex at Foresterhill and Anderson Drive is easily accessible.
And for avid walkers and cyclists or for the kids, there are a number of quaint public parks nearby.
- The number 24 is currently on the market at offers over £ 125,000.
- Contact Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace on 01224 564636 or sellers on 07827 814685 or 07716 684908 to arrange a visit or obtain more information about the property.