This is the first time the Category B listed building has been sold on the open market.
Built in 1909 the pink granite mansion was later divided into two self contained properties.
However, the seven-bed home has now been restored to its original state and stands as one of the biggest properties on the most exclusive street in Aberdeen.
Like most houses on the Den it has access to 14 acres of private woodland in the city’s west end and boasts high ceilings, big bay windows and original cornicing.
The home spans three floors and has a drawing room, dining room, lounge, kitchen and family area as well as six bedrooms and a dressing room.
It is enclosed by a walled garden with summerhouse and has direct access into the woods behind it.
A granite-built double garage in the style of the main house has an electronic up and over roller door, power, light and floored attic, while the gravel driveway to the front of the property extends along the side to the rear of the garden and provides parking for numerous cars.