51 Newburgh Crescent, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB22 8SU

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51 Newburgh Crescent, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB22 8SU



From King Street continue onto Ellon Road and at the second roundabout turn left into The Parkway and at the next roundabout turn right into Scotstown Road. At the traffic lights turn left into Jesmond Drive and take second right into Newburgh Drive; take second left into Newburgh Crescent and the property is a short distance along on the left hand side.

  • Light and Airy Lounge
  • Modern Dining Kitchen
  • Three Spacious Bedrooms
  • Well Appointed Family Shower Room
  • Fully Enclosed Garden
  • Popular Residential Area
  • Gas Fired CH & DG 
  • Council Tax Band E
  • EPC - D

A bright entrance hall provides access to lounge and stairs to upper floor. The we’ll proportioned lounge features a large picture window to the front and double French doors to the open plan dinging kitchen. The well appointed dining kitchen is fitted with a wide range of contemporary wall and base units with ample work surface incorporating a 1.5 bowl sink and drainer. The integrated gas hob with extractor hood, oven/grill, fridge and freezer will be included in the sale. A peninsular breakfast bar separates the kitchen from the good sized dining/ family area with double French doors leading to the rear garden. The kitchen is further enhanced by a separate utility room with additional units providing space for a free standing washing machine and tumble drier. Access to the cloakroom and part glazed exterior door to the rear garden. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms, the larger bedroom has been sub divided into two single bedrooms via a partition wall with high level window, but can easily be reverted back to a double bedroom. A further good sized single bedroom overlooks the front of the property. The family shower room is fitted with a white suite comprising vanity unit housing wash hand basin and w/c. fully aqua lined shower enclosure housing a drench head and further shower attachment. A driveway provides off road parking for two cars and leads to the garage/ store equipped with power and light. The front of the property is mainly laid to lawn with decorative borders. The fully enclosed rear garden is screened by high level timber fencing. Mainly laid to paving the rear garden features a large barked area for children’s play and a substantial timber sun deck ideal for outdoor entertaining. Grated access at rear to communal area of grass. Exernal lighting & water tap.

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