Number Seven Jackson Street is a semi-detached property full of character, and would be ideal for those looking to move to Aberdeenshire.
You’ll still be in easy commuting distance of the Granite City, but you can enjoy all the perks of community life.
The lounge is the perfect spot for unwinding and comes with ornate ceiling coving and central ceiling rose.
Your guests will also be able to admire the beautiful fireplace with wooden mantel, and this is a great space where you can enjoy drinks after dinner.
Oak flooring and neutral decor has created a tasteful and classic look, although the lounge is a blank canvas for those who love a splash of colour.
Head through to the dining kitchen, which offers a semi open-plan space for entertaining.
The kitchen itself has modern units and the ease of integrated appliances.
You’ll be able to chat to guests as you cook or keep an eye on the kids while they do their homework.
There is ample room for dining furniture, but the jewel in the crown is the sun lounge.
This brilliant space is just off the dining room and brings even more versatility to family life.
Double doors provide access to the garden and will no doubt come in handy in the summer months.
The sun lounge offers a lovely spot where you can curl up with a good book, although it could also be used as a play area.
The family bathroom completes the accommodation on this level.
It has a traditional three-piece suite with large shower enclosure.
A carpeted staircase with feature iron banister leads to the split level upper floor, where there are four generously sized bedrooms.
Each room has been left neutral meaning you can easily picture who will sleep where, before you decide on the decoration.
Outside you’ll find a fully enclosed rear garden which will be perfect for both little ones and pets.
It has been mainly laid to lawn and will be easy to maintain, but keen gardeners could easily add more flower beds or a vegetable patch.
There is plenty of scope for alfresco dining, as well as a tipple in the lovely summer house.
A log store and shed offer further storage.
To the front you’ll find a small garden and paved driveway.
Inverurie offers a thriving community with plenty of amenities on your doorstep. You can enjoy organic produce from the local greengrocer and there are plenty of good schools in the area.
Offers should be made of more than £305,000.
Contact Aberdein Considine on 01467 621263