I’m always drawn to homes that make a statement.
Even if there’s only one piece of decor which stands out, it’s nice to leave visitors thinking, “wow, I wish I had that in my house”.
If there’s one thing from 96 Provost Fraser Drive I would like to have in my flat, it’s the blue and white candy-stripe wallpaper lining the second bedroom.
Contrasting against a bright carpet, it’s perhaps a design from another decade, but there’s no going wrong with a dose of nostalgia.
Other notable features in this three-bed terraced house in the residential area of Northfield include the wood-panelled ceiling and stylish partition in the generously sized living and dining area. Also boasting a gas fire, the room, which really is the heart of the humble home, gives access to the well-proportioned kitchen.
Fitted with a range of wall and base units in a shade of gentle blue, the double oven and grill, washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge freezer are to be included in the £150,000 starting price.
Moving upstairs, the master bedroom benefits from a large, built-in mirrored wardrobe, leaving more room for personal furniture. The remaining double bedrooms are also spacious and sit on either side of the modern shower room while the back garden has its own summerhouse to enjoy in the slightly warmer months.
Exploring nearby amenities, the area is well-served by shops and primary and secondary schools. For those who commute, the property sits close to the main arterial route which leads to various business estates across the city as well as Aberdeen International Airport.
Regular public transport also allows for easy travelling to the city centre.
Contact James & George Collie on 01224-572777.