106 Leslie Terrace, Aberdeen, AB25 3XD

Fixed Price
£135,000
Price Change

106 Leslie Terrace, Aberdeen , AB25 3XD

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Directions

From Hutcheon Street, follow Holland Street as it becomes Leslie Terrace. The apartment is located on the right hand side, as is clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Shared and Exclusive Garden Areas
  • Council Tax Band B
  • EPC Band D
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 01224 868687

A large panelled door leads into the entrance vestibule where a wooden half height cupboard houses the electricity circuit breakers. A large door with frosted glazed panels opens into the welcoming reception hall. Light and airy with exposed wooden flooring, there are decorative coat hooks and a superb walk in storage cupboard with lighting, wrap around shelving and clothes rails.

From the reception hall there is access to the lounge, which benefits from a good level of natural light flowing from a double window overlooking the property frontage. A well proportioned room with exposed wooden flooring, there are twin shelved alcoves to either side of the central fireplace, which has a decorative mantel, brick inset and painted hearth.

The dining kitchen overlooks the shared rear garden and includes a good range of base and wall units, while the extensive roll top work surfaces incorporate a 1.5 stainless steel sink with drainer and a four ring gas hob. Complemented with mosaic style splashbacks, it is understood that the white appliances within the kitchen will remain. From the kitchen an open corridor provides ease of access to the rear garden. Including a ceiling mounted clothes dryer, there is a small laundry area with fitted shelving and picture window which may also be utilised as a study/home office area if so desired.

Double bedroom one is of neutral decoration and carpeting. With ample space for freestanding furniture, a deep silled window overlooks the property frontage. Bedroom two overlooks the shared rear garden via a large window. Of neutral decoration and carpeting, there is also fitted wall shelving.

Completing the living accommodation is the fully tiled shower room with white painted pine lined ceiling. Including a shower cubicle with Mira Sprint electric shower appliance, a vanity unit incorporates the WC and wash hand basin. Additional features include a fitted cupboard with wooden slatted door and glass display shelf above the wash hand basin.

Outside

A wide pathway leads to the side of the building where the self contained entrance is located. The front garden is exclusive to the apartment and is laid with decorative stone chips while beech hedging provides a high degree of privacy. To the rear, there is a shared garden with concrete seating area and drying green which is laid to lawn. The property is further enhanced by an exclusive border stocked with seasonal plants and flowers.  The apartment has the benefit of the exclusive former coal cellar which now provides storage, and the shared wash house.

Fixtures and fittings

All curtains, blinds, light fittings, light shades, floor coverings and the kitchen appliances (washing machine, oven, fridge/freezer and microwave) are to be included. The kitchen table and chairs may be available by separate negotiation.  

Location

Leslie Terrace is located in a popular residential area within the city and lies within close proximity to a wide range of amenities and leisure pursuits. The location is extremely convenient for Aberdeen University, North East Scotland College and Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. There are excellent local amenities nearby including; Sainsbury’s Superstore, as well as public transport links to other parts of the city and beyond.

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