10 Cottown of Balgownie, Bridge of Don

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10 Cottown of Balgownie, Bridge of Don, AB23 8JQ



From the city centre proceed North along King Street, crossing the Bridge of Don and thereafter turning left into Balgownie Road. Turn left into Cottown of Balgownie, and No 10 is located a short distance ahead on the right-hand side, as is clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

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  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double & Single Glazing
  • Mains Drainage & Water
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Exclusive & Communal Garden Areas
  • Council Tax Band D
  • EPC Band D
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 01224 868687

The partially glazed entrance door leads into the vestibule, where a half height cupboard contains the electricity circuit breakers and a ceiling hatch allows access to the attic space above via a folding ladder.

A door with glazed panels leads from the vestibule into the welcoming lounge, which also lends itself well to dining. Fully carpeted, central to the room is a tiled fireplace, while a wooden corner unit provides storage and display facilities. A deep silled sash and case window provides natural light.

Situated to the rear of the cottage is the fully fitted kitchen. Featuring a good range of fitted base and wall units, extensive roll top work surfaces incorporate a 1.5 stainless steel sink with drainer. The freestanding cooker with four ring gas hob will remain, along with the fridge, freezer and washing machine. Benefitting from lots of natural light, a partially glazed door allows ease of access to the rear garden.

Double bedroom one is situated overlooking the front garden via a deep silled sash and case window. With ample space for freestanding furniture, the room is of neutral décor and carpeting. Double bedroom two overlooks the tiered rear garden. Of neutral decoration, the bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors and a cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and shelving.

Completing the living accommodation is the shower room. Fitted with a white two piece suite, a  corner shower cubicle with sliding doors houses an electric shower appliance. A wall mounted cabinet with mirrored doors provides storage.


The front garden is laid with decorative stone chips to promote easy maintenance, while there are also a selection of seasonal flowering plants. To the rear, there is a raised paved terraced area ideal for seating and displaying colourful potted plants. The property also benefits from the use of communal garden grounds which are situated across the cobbled access road. Mostly set in grass, this garden area enjoys peaceful views over the Don estuary. Parking is available on street.

Fixtures and fittings

All carpets, curtains, light fittings and kitchen appliances will be included within the sale.  


Situated within a picturesque Conservation Area, the immediate environs boast riverside walks, the Donmouth nature reserve and South Donmouth beach. Bridge of Don is a popular residential area with a wealth of amenities, including primary and secondary schooling, cafes, medical facilities, sports and leisure facilities, local and supermarket shopping including Asda, Tesco and Marks & Spencer. Providing good access to transport links for the city centre and beyond, Bridge of Don is conveniently located for access to Aberdeen University and International Airport, TECA and the industrial estates at Bridge of Don and Dyce. Anderson Drive and the AWPR allow access to the north and south of the city.


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