25 Broadfold Drive, Bridge Of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8PJ

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25 Broadfold Drive, Bridge Of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8PJ



Travelling from the city centre proceed out King Street continuing over the Bridge of Don onto Ellon Road. At the first roundabout turn left onto North Donside Road, then turn right onto Broadfold Drive. Follow the road for a short distance and number 25 can be found on the right hand side.

  • Lounge and Dining Area
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Good Sized Kitchen
  • Bright Shower Room
  • Garden and Driveway
  • Modernisation Required
  • Council Tax Band - D
  • EPC -C

Entered via a UPVC door with opaque glazed section, the bright entrance benefits from a glazed door to the reception hall, which enjoys a superb open plan layout with the dining area located to the rear of the property which offers ample space for a family dining table and chairs.
A well proportioned lounge with picture window to the front, features an ornate wooden fire surround housing a living flame gas fire.
A good sized kitchen is located to the front, fitted with a base sink unit and deep fitted larder cupboards. There is ample space for free standing appliances.
A spacious double bedroom located on the ground floor, benefits from extensive fitted wardrobe facilities. A well appointed shower room completes the ground floor.
The shower room is fitted with a white two piece suite and fully tiled shower enclosure housing an electric shower.
A staircase from the dining area leads to the upper floor and two further double bedrooms, both with access to extensive eaves storage facilities.
Externally, the gardens are partially enclosed by low level stone wall to the front with double wrought iron gates to a loc bloc driveway. The front garden is fully paved for easy maintenance. To the rear, a paved terrace gives access to steps leading to a further paved terrace/drying area screeded by timber fencing. Timber sheds are to remain.

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