48 Danestone Terrace, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8JJ


48 Danestone Terrace, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8JJ



From the east end of Union Street turn left on to King Street, continue along the whole length of King Street over the St. Machar Drive roundabout to Bridge of Don. Turn first left at the traffic lights on to Balgownie Road and travel along this road for some distance before taking the third exist on to Danestone Terrace. The property is situated some distance along on the right hand side.

  • Spacious Lounge/ Dining Room
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Bright Bathroom
  • Generous Gardens & Driveway
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Council Tax - Band C
  • EPC - Band D

Entered via a hardwood door with glazed panel, the bright reception hall provides access to all ground floor accommodation and deep under stair cupboard.
A generous Lounge/ dining area on open plan offers ample space for a range of furnishings including family dining table and chairs, A particular focal point is the ornate wooden fire surround housing inset electric fire set on a tiled hearth. Windows on two aspects flood the room with natural light.
Overlooking the rear, a well appointed kitchen incorporates wall and base units with ample work surface and splash back tiling. The free standing cooker and washing machine will remain and there is space for free standing fridge/freezer. Part glazed door leads to the side garden.
Upstairs, there are two spacious double bedrooms both benefitting from fitted wardrobe facilities, with the main bedroom featuring an additional fitted cupboard housing the Central heating boiler.
The bathroom is fitted with a three piece suite with shower over the bath, fully tiled around the bath/ shower area and behind the wash hand basin.
To the front off the property, A paved driveway provides off road parking, the partially enclosed garden is screened by mature hedges and features an area of lawn and planted borders. Paved path to the side leads to the generous rear garden, again with area of lawn and substantial fruit/ vegetable gardens and planted borders. The variety of greenhouses and timber sheds will remain.

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