41 Caiesdykes Crescent, Kincorth, Aberdeen, AB12 5JL


41 Caiesdykes Crescent, Kincorth, Aberdeen, AB12 5JL



From the West End of Union Street turn left into Holburn Street and continue to the end where turn left to cross the Bridge of Dee. Continue onto the Stonehaven Road and take the first turning on the left into Cairngorm Road. Continue through the mini roundabout and take the fourth turning on the right into Caiesdykes Crescent.

  • Lounge/ Dining Area
  • Galley Style Kitchen
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Well Maintained Gardens
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Popular Residential Location
  • Council Tax Band - B
  • EPC - E

The accommodation features a bright hallway entered via part glazed UPVC door with matching side screen. This good sized hall provides access to most ground floor accommodation. A fitted cupboard houses the circuit breaker and meter. A further deep under stair cupboard provides storage facilities.
A generous lounge/ dining area boasts triple windows to the front and a further picture window to the rear. A particular focal point is the tiled fire surround with matching hearth housing an open fire. This room offers ample space for a range of furnishings.
A well appointed galley style kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units incorporating ample work surface and splash back tiling. The free standing gas cooker, fridge and washing machine will remain. The kitchen is further enhanced by a UPVC door to the rear garden with window alongside.
Upstairs, there are two spacious double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobe facilities. The gas central heating boiler is located within the wardrobe in bedroom 1.
The bright bathroom is located to the rear of the property and is fitted with a white 3 piece suite.
Externally, the property boasts well maintained gardens. Steps at the front lead to the entrance and an area of lawn with decorative borders. The fully enclosed rear garden enjoys a South East aspect and is screened by high level timber fencing. Again, mainly laid to lawn with several mature shrubs and seasonal plants.

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