This week’s pick of the properties have an abundance of space and fine details as well as lovely gardens and fantastic views.
Belmont House, Stonehaven
Belmont House is a prominent 19th Century, five-bedroom period home, on a generous garden plot with views across the town and to the sea.
Built circa 1820, it is a fine example of a Regency home and retains all the charm and features of a traditional dwelling, with the convenience of a modern family home.
The C-listed property spans three floors and has been meticulously maintained and renovated to create a spacious and versatile family home.
Among its attractive features are an open-plan kitchen diner, a multi-fuel stove, a conservatory, snug and hobby room.
Price over £780,000 with Aberdein Considine on the aspc website.
Oak Tree House, Old Rayne, Insch
This five-bedroom executive family home is set within a large corner plot and with open countryside views to the front and rear.
The homely lounge has a multi-fuel stove and French doors lead to the sun lounge.
The dining kitchen has a floor-to-ceiling feature window and French doors to the garden.
There is also a family room, utility room and games/cinema room.
Among the most attractive details is an antique-style bathroom with roll-top claw-foot bath.
Price over £420,000 with Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace.
Reidford Gardens, Drumoak, Banchory
Built to a high specification by the current owners 10 years ago, this five-bedroom home is highly energy efficient resulting in comparatively low energy costs.
It has geothermal underfloor heating throughout, very high levels of wall insulation, solar roof panels with thermal tubes and a heat transfer/recovery system.
There are oak finishings and LED downlighting throughout, a kitchen on open plan to the dining/family room and a home office.
Price over £600,000 with Aberdein Considine.
Queens Grove, Hazlehead, Aberdeen
This executive detached house forms part of a development of luxury homes in the west end of the city and boasts six bedrooms.
Noteworthy features include generously proportioned living accommodation with fresh, tasteful decoration and co-ordinating flooring, carpets, some curtains and blinds.
The kitchen features white gloss wall and base cabinets with Corian work surfaces and a central island.
The sizeable garden room has lots of natural light and has French doors that lead directly in the garden.
Other special features include a galleried landing and Juliette balcony.
Price over £749,000 with Aberdein Considine.
This four-bedroomed period detached family home is set in an acre of mature landscaped garden grounds.
With far-reaching views over the Deeside valley and beyond, Westwood is located in Milltimber, five miles from the city centre.
Set back from the road a private gated driveway leads into the garden grounds which have been extensively landscaped, whilst the house itself is elevated to maximise the views.
Built in the 1930s, the Art Deco period, Westwood has a stunning front vista and many of the materials of the time, such as glass blocks and bands of horizontal glass, are found throughout.
Price over £675,000 with Ledingham Chalmers LLP.
The Steading, Newton Of Countesswells Farm, Aberdeen
This five-bedroom detached steading conversion has many unique features and sits on an extensive plot in a rural location just a short drive from the city.
The hallway runs the full length of the home down to the lounge which has a full-height ceiling, wood-burning stove and floor-to-ceiling windows with double doors that lead out to the patio.
The lounge and dining kitchen are overlooked by a galleried landing and the main bedroom suite consists of a large bedroom, a dressing room and an en suite shower room.
Price over £600,000 with James & George Collie.
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