Flat-hunting in the centre of any city can be tricky.
Finding an apartment which is both stylish and spacious can be difficult.
It is something of a buyer’s market in Aberdeen and its suburbs, and while that’s a real change for a city that is used to seeing the value of property constantly creep up, what hasn’t changed is a strong desire to own a home in a des-res area.
When the sun is shining and you’re stuck at work, it’s lovely to be able to think about getting home and firing up the barbecue.
While living in Pittodrie Place, Gordon Fernie and Jen Perrin have had their workplace, food shop, local pubs and even their wedding venue on their door step.
The brains behind the new redevelopment of 21 Polmuir Road are very clever. For what they have managed to create is the perfect blend of traditional and contemporary design.
Not too long ago, Aberdeen was voted the best city to live in Scotland – and the second best in the UK.
With beautiful views on offer all year round, how could you resist renting this apartment in Aberdeen?
Experience city living at its finest They say first impressions count but whoever lives in the flats that make up this imposing building don’t have to worry about that.
Tradition meets modern in this lovely apartment in Aberdeen, writes Cheryl Livingstone
Luxury living isn’t the only thing on offer at this stylish apartment in Aberdeen, writes Cheryl Livingstone
Cheryl Livingstone checks out a lovely family home in the picturesque Ferryhill area of Aberdeen.
Number 33 Hammerman Avenue, Aberdeen, is an apartment of many talents. It is modern, stylish, good-sized and in a very good location - what more could you ask for really?