43 Hilton Street, Aberdeen, AB24 4QT


43 Hilton Street, Aberdeen , AB24 4QT



From Powis Place, follow the A96 and keep left onto Clifton Road. At the junction with Hilton Street turn left, and Number 43 is located on the left hand side, as is clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

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  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Water & Drainage
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Exclusive & Shared Gardens
  • Council Tax Band D
  • EPC Band D
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 01224 868687

The panelled entrance door with stained glass panel above opens into the well proportioned entrance vestibule, where a wooden cupboard houses the electricity circuit breakers. The vestibule leads into the L-shaped reception hall. Fully carpeted, there are two large fitted cupboards providing useful storage.

 The bright and versatile lounge/dining room is fully carpeted and enjoys views over the rear garden. Fitted with a shelved cupboard, there is ease of access to the kitchen. Of bespoke design, the kitchen features a good range of modern style base and wall mounted units, with contrasting splash back and work surfaces incorporating a sink and ceramic hob with extractor hood above.  Within the kitchen there is a range of integrated appliances, including an oven, fridge/freezer and washing machine. A deep window allows for a good level of natural light, while a door allows ease of access to the garden beyond.

Formerly utilised as the lounge, the principal bedroom is generously proportioned with a large bay window overlooking the property frontage. With ample space available for large items of freestanding furniture, central to the room is an electric fire with granite hearth and wood surround. Double bedroom two is a further well proportioned room which is fully carpeted and enjoys views over the rear garden.

Completing the living accommodation is the bright and airy bathroom. Fitted with a white three piece suite with mains shower appliance over the bath, the bathroom is partially tiled around the suite with vinyl flooring.   


To the front of the property there is an exclusive area of garden which is paved. To the rear there is a lovely and well maintained open garden which is mostly laid to lawn and comprises of both exclusive and shared areas. On street parking is available along Hilton Street and in the surrounding locale.

Fixtures and fittings

All carpets, curtains, blinds, light fittings and integrated white appliances are to be included within the sale.


Hilton Street is located within an established residential area of Aberdeen City. With a good range of amenities close by, including the leafy Stewart Park, the property also lies within easy travelling distance of Foresterhill Hospital Complex, Aberdeen University, and the retail parks at Berryden and Kittybrewster. The city centre and its excellent amenities are also within easy reach of the property with regular public transport links to many other areas of the City. The main arterial route of Anderson Drive is also easily accessible and provides access to Bridge of Don, Dyce and South of the city. Aberdeen, notable as the “Granite City,” boasts a wide selection of amenities, air and rail links, excellent restaurants and café bars, theatres and cinemas, with the wide open spaces of Deeside and Donside virtually “on the doorstep”.

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