358D North Deeside Road, Cults, AB15 9SB


358D North Deeside Road, Cults, Aberdeen, AB15 9SB



From Holburn Street turn right into Great Western Road. Follow this road onto the North Deeside Road, proceeding straight along into Cults. Upon entering Cults, turn right at the first set of traffic lights onto Kirk Brae. The development is situated immediately on the right hand side, at the corner of North Deeside Road and Kirk Brae, as is clearly indicated by our Mackinnons for Sale sign.

  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Allocated Parking 
  • Council Tax Band F
  • EPC Band B
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 01224 868687

The accommodation has been well maintained and comprises: - L shaped reception hallway gives access to the staircase as well as the under-stair cupboard. Hardwood flooring and underfloor heating throughout. Picturesque bright and spacious lounge has a feature bay window enjoying dual aspect views to the side and rear of the development.

The dining kitchen is fitted with oak base and wall mounted shaker style units with complementing worktops, 1.5 stainless steel sink and tiled splashback. Integrated Smeg gas hob with extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washing machine. Cupboard housing the hot water tank. There are two double bedrooms on this level, one with built in wardrobes and the other is currently being utilised as a home office. Three-piece bathroom suite comprises of a bath with mains shower over, wash-hand basin in vanity unit and WC.

From the upper floor a door leads into the principal bedroom with twin Velux skylights with an additional window overlooking the side. There are built in wardrobes with sliding doors. To complete the accommodation there is the en-suite shower room with mains shower, wash-hand basin and WC.


The property sits on beautiful, landscaped grounds, with the benefit of an allocated parking space. The communal stairwells have motion sensor lighting and a security system. In addition, there is a large, shared cupboard on the ground floor ideal for storing bicycles.

Other Information

Further features include underfloor gas central heating, double glazing, alarm system and video entry system. All carpets, blinds, light fittings and integrated white appliances are to be included within the sale. A formal factoring arrangement is in place for the upkeep of the building and development of which the property forms part, the approximate cost of which is £98.42 per month and excludes building insurance of £220.00 per annum.

Viewing is highly recommended in order to truly appreciate the superb living accommodation and excellent location.


358D North Deeside Road is located within Cults, a popular suburb of Aberdeen which lies just 4 miles west of the city on Lower Deeside and which has achieved a reputation as one of the most sought after areas of Aberdeen. There is a good range of local shopping and leisure facilities locally, while a short drive away there is ‘The David Lloyd’ fitness centre, Sainsburys and Asda superstores, B&Q and Robert Gordon University campus. The local primary and award winning secondary school enjoy a fine reputation, and the International School is also situated nearby at Pitfodels. With the countryside being close at hand, all manner of leisure and recreational pursuits are "on the door step," including eighteen hole golf courses at both Deeside and Peterculter and salmon and trout fishing on the River Dee. Cults enjoys excellent transport links to the city centre, while Westhill and Kingswells are also within easy commuting distance.

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