21 Springdale Road, Bieldside, Aberdeen, AB15 9FA

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From Aberdeen travel west on the North Deeside Road through Cults into Bieldside taking a right turn at the traffic lights onto Baillieswells Road.  Follow the road taking sixth left onto Springdale Road.  The property is located on Springdale Road on the corner of the entrance to Pinecrest Walk.

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  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Double Garage
  • Council Tax Band G
  • EPC Band C
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 01224 868687

The property comprises – Entrance vestibule & hallway, lounge/dining room, sun room, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, utility room, bathroom, four double bedrooms and one of which has an ensuite shower room.

On entering the home into the entrance vestibule and hallway, the accommodation flows well with the reception space located to the right and the majority of the sleeping accommodation to the left. Within the hallway, there are two large storage cupboards and access to the floored loft via a Ramsay ladder. The family bathroom with three piece white suite and shower over the bath and separate cloakroom are located either side of the entrance vestibule towards the front of the property. A glazed door leads to the spacious lounge/dining room, which leads through french doors into the sun room overlooking the back garden. This is fantastic open space, ideal for family gatherings and entertaining. There is a feature gas fire in the lounge for those colder evenings in and a picture window overlooking the front garden.

Adjacent to the lounge is the dining/kitchen with access to the rear garden. There is a good range of solid oak base and wall units, integrated appliances and a Rangemaster cooker with five ring gas hob, two electric ovens, grill, hotplate and cooker hood. There is adequate space for informal dining. The utility room is situated just off the kitchen.

There are four bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a study. The main bedroom has a stylish ensuite shower room with vanity unit, built in shelving unit and fully tiled shower enclosure. There is also a wide range of built in wardrobes and fitted furniture. Bedrooms 2 & 3 also have built in wardrobes.

Outside, the garden grounds surround the property, with the front being mainly laid to lawn with some mature planting and enclosed with box hedging. The wide driveway provides ample space for off street parking and leads to the double garage which has electricity, light, loft space and a remote controlled door.
The fully enclosed rear garden has a shed for storage, outdoor electric points, an impressive, log cabin which is flexible in purpose; ideal for working from home or as a summer house, and a substantial decking area ideal for outside dining. A hot tub for four people on the decking is included in the sale.

Fixtures and Fittings

Integrated white goods, light fittings and blinds included in the sale. 

Bieldside is a sought after suburb of Aberdeen, located 5 miles to the west of the city, with excellent schooling in nearby Cults. There is a local shop for those essential items and a good range of local amenities, shopping and leisure facilities at Cults. Close by is the Deeside Golf Club and the ‘Old Deeside Railway Line’ is also good for walking or cycling to the west or east into the city. Bieldside is also conveniently located for the business parks at Westhill and Kingswells, and the city bypass allows quicker access to the north and south of the area.

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