It’s not a showhouse, but it could easily pass itself off as one, for Number 11 King’s Cross Avenue in Aberdeen is immaculate throughout. It’s clear to see that a great deal of TLC has been lavished on this superb family home which is tastefully decorated from top to bottom.
All it needs now is a new owner to move in…
Finding someone to love this house shouldn’t be difficult, for the house is in the city’s west end, an area that’s always popular with buyers looking to buy a high-quality home in what’s regarded as an upmarket area.
The other great bonus is that it’s a granite property, which means it’s solid, substantial and sparkles beautifully when the sun shines. It also comes with a single garage – a useful addition to every family home.
The four-bedroom semi-detached house, which sits on a quiet tree-lined street, is on the market at offers over £355,000 and has good, versatile accommodation throughout.
The lounge is a lovely bright room thanks to the large bay window, and features of note here include a stylish picture rail and feature fireplace. The dining room is on an open-plan/split-level basis with the kitchen. The kitchen is a fantastically well-lit room as two of the walls are almost entirely made up of windows. Fitted with cream-coloured units topped with wood-style worktops, it’s the sort of kitchen many cooks dream about working in.
Within the kitchen there’s a handy breakfast bar, but more formal dining can be enjoyed in the dining room, another generously portioned room which would be ideal for hosting dinner parties or having the family round for Sunday lunch.
Further accommodation on the ground floor includes two double bedrooms, a separate shower room and utility area which gives direct access to a secluded, well-maintained garden to the rear. There’s also a charming raised patio area, an ideal spot to indulge in a spot of alfresco dining.
Upstairs is home to the master bedroom which benefits from an en suite, well-appointed shower room, while there’s a further double bedroom. Throughout the house, there’s generous storage space and added features include double glazing throughout and a zoned gas central heating system.
Locally, there’s lots of pluses about living in the west end such as local primary schools, coffee shops and a number of independent shopping stores. It’s within easy reach of the city centre but also handy for Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and the city’s main ring road, but the best way to find out if it’s the ideal home for you is to arrange a viewing.
Contact: Aberdein Considine on 01224 589589.