54 Deeview Road, Banchory, AB31 5UT

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54 Deeview Road, Banchory, AB31 5UT



Travelling to Banchory from Aberdeen along Station Road, take a right into Raemoir Road at the first set of traffic lights. Continue up this road, pass Banchory Academy then take the second opening on the left into Deeview Road. Number 54 is on the left hand side at the end of the first row of houses and is clearly marked by our for sale sign.  

  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Mains Gas Supply
  • Mains Drainage
  • Double Glazing
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Off Street Parking
  • Council Tax Band C
  • EPC D
  • Double Glazing
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons, Solicitors 013398 87665

We are pleased to present to the market this three-bedroom semi-detached property with generously proportioned accommodation spanning over two floors. In need of upgrading throughout, 54 Deeview Road would make an ideal purchase for a first-time buyer, buy to let investor or someone looking for a property which they can upgrade and re-market. With its potential, enviable end plot and convenient location, early viewing is recommended.

The front door opens into an entrance hallway with an under-stair storage area which benefits from natural light and a fitted cupboard housing the electricity breaker.

Off the hallway is a bright and generously proportioned south facing lounge which leads on to a dining kitchen at the rear. Fitted with a range of cream base and wall units with complementing work tops and multi-coloured tiled splashback, the kitchen is further enhanced by two fitted shelved cupboards. A door connects to a rear vestibule which then leads out to the rear garden. Also off the hallway is the bathroom comprising bath, wash hand basin, WC and window.

Returning to the main entrance hallway, a staircase climbs to the upper floor where all three bedrooms are located. Two of the bedrooms are double rooms and the third is a generously sized single; all three bedrooms benefit from built-in storage and have space for free standing furniture. From the upper floor landing a hatch gives access to the attic and there is a handy cupboard above the stairs.

Number 54 occupies an enviable end plot. It offers off street parking, and the front and rear gardens are connected via a pathway round the gable end. In the front garden mature shrubs and bushes provide a good level of privacy and the rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a paved patio area next to the house and a drying area at the bottom of the garden.

Deeview Road is conveniently located within close proximity of Banchory Primary and Banchory Academy. 54 Deeview Road is located in the popular residential town of Banchory on Royal Deeside and approximately 18 miles west of Aberdeen, making for an easy commute to Aberdeen city, Westhill and Kingswells, particularly since the opening of the AWPR. The town is well served by reputable nurseries, while the property also lies within walking distance of Banchory Primary School and the Academy, both of which enjoy a fine reputation. Locally, there is a wide range of recreational and sporting activities including 18 and 9 hole golf courses, driving range and tennis courts, while salmon and trout fishing are both available on the Rivers Dee, Feugh and at Raemoir Trout Fishery. Surrounded by low hills, Banchory offers numerous walks, including the popular trek to the summit of Scolty Hill, and walks around Crathes Castle and the neighbouring Milton of Crathes. Banchory boasts a good selection of shops, including Tesco and Morrison’s supermarkets, whilst there are also a variety of restaurants and hotels available. During the winter months skiing is available nearby at the Lecht and Glenshee resorts.

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