159 Cornhill Drive, Aberdeen, AB16 5HN


159 Cornhill Drive , Aberdeen , AB16 5HN



Proceeding North on Anderson drive, following the junction with the A944  proceed straight ahead, thereafter taking the fourth exit at the roundabout onto Foresterhill Road. Thereafter take the first left along Cornhill Drive. 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
  • Three Bedrooms 
  • Bright and spacious
  • Council Tax Band B
  • EPC Band C
  • To arrange a viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 01224 868687

Requiring a degree of modernisation, the property represents an ideal opportunity for a first time buyer, family or buy to let investor. Early viewing is highly recommended. 

From the communal stairwell the entrance door leads into the reception hall. Pine lined to dado rail height, there is the security entry handset, panel mirror and a half height cupboard housing the electricity circuit breaker. A fitted cupboard includes shelving and the hot water cylinder, while a further walk in cupboard with etched glass bifold doors includes shelving and lighting.

Overlooking the rear of the building is the bright kitchen. Fitted with a range of base and wall units, there is also a well appointed breakfast bar area. An L-shaped granite effect work surface incorporates a stainless steel sink with drainer and a four ring gas hob. The freestanding fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble drier, integrated oven and dishwasher will remain. A double window provides views across the city towards the hills beyond. 

A 15 pane Georgian style door leads from the kitchen into the dining area, which lies partially on open plan to the lounge. With a window overlooking the rear, the laminate wood effect flooring continues into the lounge, where there is good space available for freestanding furniture. Fitted with wall sconces, a window provides far reaching views across the city towards the North Sea.

All three bedrooms overlook the building frontage and are fitted with laminate wood effect flooring. Double bedroom one features wall to wall fitted wardrobes and cupboards, while double bedroom two includes twin fitted wardrobes. Bedroom three includes a single fitted wardrobe which houses the central heating boiler. 

Completing the living accommodation is the bathroom. Fitted with a white three piece suite, there is an electric shower appliance over the bath.


The communal gardens and drying areas are laid in grass with shared parking throughout the locality. On the communal landing there is access to an exclusive storage cupboard. 

Fixtures and Fittings

All light fittings, blinds, curtains and kitchen appliances are included within the sale. 


With a good range of amenities close by, including an ALDI supermarket, library and a range of independent shops, the property also lies within easy travelling distance of Foresterhill Hospital Complex, Aberdeen University and the retail parks at Berryden and Kittybrewster. The city centre and its excellent amenities are also within easy reach of the property with regular public transport links to many other areas of the City. The main arterial route of Anderson Drive is readily accessible and provides access to Bridge of Don, Dyce and South of the city. Aberdeen, notable as the “Granite City,” boasts a wide selection of amenities, air and rail links, excellent restaurants and café bars, theatres and cinemas, with the wide open spaces of Deeside and Donside virtually “on the doorstep.”

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