18 Huntly Mews, Aboyne, AB34 5QP


18 Huntly Mews, Aboyne, AB34 5QP



On entering Aboyne on the A93 from Aberdeen continue into Aboyne village and turn left just past the Chemist onto Station Brae. Continue down Station Brae and Huntly Mews is the modern development situated directly ahead. 18 Huntly Mews is located towards the far end of the development on the left hand side, as clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

  • Fischer Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Convenient Location
  • Designated Parking
  • Exclusive Entrance
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Modern Kitchen & Bathroom
  • EPC Band C
  • Council Tax Band C
  • For Viewings Please Telephone Mackinnons, Solicitors 013398 87665

We are delighted to present to the market, this hidden gem of a two-bedroom self-contained, first floor flat.
Enjoying a peaceful, yet central location. 18 Huntly Mews is in walk in condition, making it an ideal purchase for a variety of prospective purchasers.

The property is further enhanced by a designated parking space and striking southerly views of open countryside to one side.

You enter the property via an exclusive door where a staircase ascends to the accommodation. At the top of the stairs is a landing with fitted storage cupboard. From the landing, a door leads into the lounge.
The lounge is open plan with a modern kitchen and there is a double aspect to the front and rear. The lounge provides ample space for a table and chairs as well as other items of free-standing furniture. From the lounge you can fully appreciate the striking views over open farmland to the hillsides beyond.

The kitchen is fitted with a range of white gloss base and wall units with integrated electric oven with hob and extractor fan above, integrated fridge/freezer and space for a free-standing washing machine.

Returning to the lounge area, a door gives access to an inner hallway which benefits from natural light. Storage is provided by a fitted cupboard where the water tank and electricity circuit breaker are located. A hatch and drop down ladder give access to the partially floored attic.

The home boasts two tranquil double bedrooms, one to the front and the other to the rear, both bedrooms offer fitted storage as well as space for other items of furniture.

A smart, modern bathroom completes the accommodation. Comprising bath with shower above, wash hand basin and WC, heated towel rail and a window.

All curtains, blinds, light shades, free standing washing machine, integrated appliances and floor coverings are included in sale price.

Aboyne is an attractive village situated approximately 30 miles from Aberdeen. At the heart of the village is the Village Green which is the site of the famous Aboyne Highland games which are held in August each year. The village is well served by many amenities which include Primary and Secondary Schooling, a Community/Sports centre with swimming pool, an excellent 18 hole golf course, a wide selection of shops and several hotels and restaurants. There are a number of outdoor pursuits available locally which include the Aberdeen Water Ski Club which is situated at Aboyne Loch. The beautiful surrounding countryside of Royal Deeside is abundant with leisure facilities such as golf, fishing, horse riding and the Glen Tanar Country Park provides excellent walks. During the winter months skiing at Glenshee and the Lecht are within easy reach. Famous for its scenic beauty, Deeside offers unrivalled opportunities for sporting enthusiasts. The village is an easy "commute" to the city of Aberdeen, Aberdeen airport and Aberdeen’s rail and bus station.

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