1 Binghill Steading, Milltimber, AB13 OJL


1 Binghill Steading , Milltimber, AB13 0JL



From the city centre continue on the North Deeside Road passing through Cults and Bieldside to the far side of Milltimber. Turn right onto Binghill Road and continue to the top of the road branching right at the Binghill Farm entrance. Continue to the top of the road and the property is on the left hand side clearly indicated by MACKINNONS 'For Sale' sign.

  • Lounge with Open Fire
  • Well Appointed Dining Kitchen
  • Spacious Dining/ Family Room & Conservatory
  • Four Generous Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom & En-Suite 
  • Attractive Gardens & Double Garage
  • Council Tax Band G
  • EPC Band D

A bright entrance leads to a welcoming reception hall which in turn provides access to most ground floor accommodation and boasts an attractive staircase to the upper landing.

A well proportioned lounge features windows on two aspects flooding the room with natural light, a particular focal point is the attractive wooden fire surround housing an open fire set on a slate hearth.

An arch way from the main reception hall leads to an inner hall.

Entered via double doors, the light and airy conservatory is glazed on two sides and incorporates double French doors to the central courtyard and exclusive terrace area.

A well appointed dining kitchen is fitted with a wide range of quality wall and base units in a natural wood finish incorporating Corian worksurface with integrated sink. The integrated appliances will be included in the sale. This room offers ample space for a family dining table and chairs. The property is further enhanced by a large laundry room, fitted with additional wall and base units with free standing appliances included in the sale.

A further versatile room located on the ground floor boasts windows on two aspects and offers ample space for a range of furnishings making it an ideal formal dining room or family room.

A useful cloakroom fitted with a white two piece suite is located within the entrance hall and completes the ground floor accommodation.

From the main reception hall a carpeted staircase with attractive wooden balustrade and banister leads to the galleried upper landing and remaining accommodation, window on the upper landing allows a good deal of natural light into the area.

The main generous main bedroom benefits from extensive fitted wardrobes and is further enhanced by an ensuite shower room. There are two further double bedroom and good sized single bedroom/ study all providing ample space for a range of furnishings.

The family bathroom is fitted with a white three piece suite with shower over the bath and glazed screen alongside, fully tiled around the bath/ shower area and to dado height elsewhere. Velux window allows natural light into the area.

Ideally situated on the outskirts of Milltimber, enjoying an elevated position with open country views, a private access road leads to the steading development. Situated opposite the property is a detached double garage with electric up and over door equipped with power and light an enclosed area of garden adjacent is mainly laid to lawn screened by timber fencing and mature hedging. The well maintained gardens to the side of the property are mainly laid to lawn with decorative borders stocked with an abundance of established shrubs and trees. To the rear of the property an archway leads to the communal central courtyard where the property benefits from an exclusive paved terrace with stone chip borders stocked with mature trees and shrubs.

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