37 Parkhill Circle, Dyce, AB21 7FN

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37 Parkhill Circle, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 7FN



On entering Dyce from Stoneywood Road, take the right at the Marriot hotel roundabout. Take the first left onto Overton Circle and first left into Parkhill Circle. Follow the road to the T-junction and take the left into the cul-de-sac. The property is located a short way ahead on the left hand side.

  • Immaculate Presentation
  • Bright Spacious Lounge
  • Dining/ Family Room/ Office on Open Plan
  • Large Dining Kitchen
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Well Maintained Gardens and Garage
  • Gas Fired central heating
  • UPVC Double Glazing
  • EPC - C
  • Council Tax Band - F

A welcoming reception hall provides access to most ground floor accommodation, fresh neutral décor is complimented by attractive laminate wood flooring and oak internal doors.
A well proportioned lounge boasts a large picture window overlooking the front of the property. A particular focal point is the modern fire surround housing a living flame fire. Double door lead to the dining room.
A spacious dining room offers ample space for a range of furnishings and features double French doors to the garden. This bright room enjoys an open plan layout with the family room. Access to the dining kitchen.
The exceptionally light and airy family room again benefits from double French doors to the garden and a further window to the rear. Access to the office.
On open plan with the family room, this useful area makes an ideal home office, with ample space for a range of furnishings.
A well appointed dining kitchen is fitted with a wide range of quality wall and base units incorporating ample worksurface and extensive splash back tiling. Integrated appliances including ceramic hob with extractor hood, double oven/ grill, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine will remain. Space for a free standing fridge/freezer. A fitted storage cupboard houses the central heating boiler with shelf and hanging space. A useful cloakroom fitted with a white two piece suite with splash back tiling to the wash hand basin, completes the ground floor accommodation.
A carpeted staircase leads to the upper landing and remaining accommodation. A window on the mid landing allows a good deal of natural light into the area.
The generous main bedroom is situated to the rear of the property and benefits from extensive fitted wardrobes providing ample shelf and hanging facilities.
There are two further spacious double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobe facilities.
A good sized family bathroom is fitted with a modern suite comprising, w/c, extensive vanity unit housing wash hand basin with splash back tiling, bath with extensive tiling around and a fully tiled shower enclosure housing a Mira shower. The bathroom also features a heated towel rail.
Partially enclosed by a low level stone wall, the low maintenance front garden laid to stone chips features a tarred driveway providing ample off road parking, leading to a detached tandem double garage equipped with power and light. A high level wall between he house and garage benefits from gated access to the fully enclosed rear and side garden. The gardens are beautifully landscaped to allow for low maintenance, with areas of stone / slate chips featuring paved pathways and borders stocked with an abundance of established shrubs and trees. The paved paths lead to a large sun terrace to the side of the property ideal for outdoor entertaining. The gardens are screened by high level walls and mature hedging to ensure a high degree of privacy.

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