56 Esslemont Avenue, Aberdeen, AB25 1SR

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56 Esslemont Avenue, Aberdeen , AB25 1SR



From the west end of Union Street take the first left onto Rose Street. Travel straight ahead at the next two sets of traffic lights. The property is located on the right.

  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Security Entry System 
  • Ideal Opportunity for First Time Buyer or Buy to Let Investor
  • Council Tax Band A
  • EPC Band D
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 013397 55633

Forming part of a traditional granite building, the communal hallways are protected by a security entry system. The property would undoubtedly appeal to a wide range of potential purchasers such as a first time buyer or buy to let investor.

The accommodation comprises of an entrance hallway, welcoming lounge decorated in neutral tones with decorative fireplace, large double bedroom, dining kitchen and completing the accommodation is the bathroom.

The property benefits from Gas central heating and double glazing. The property enjoys the most convenient of locations within the city, being situated within the highly desirable and sought-after Rosemount area with many local amenities and cafes on its doorstep.

Lounge: 4.57m x 3.40m (15' x 11'2") approx.  Attractive bright and airy lounge offering ample space for a range of furniture and soft furnishings. Feature Fireplace. Window overlooking the front of the property. Pendant light fitting. Laminate flooring. Radiator.

Kitchen: 3.40m x 3.51m (11'2" x 11'6") approx.  Spacious kitchen which benefits from a range of base and wall units providing ample storage and work surface space. The kitchen also allows space for under counter white goods along with two storage cupboards, the room also features a large bay style window filling the room with natural light. Dining space is also provided in the form of a breakfast bar. Current white goods are also to be included within the sale.

Double Bedroom: 3.89m x 2.54m (12'9" x 8'4") approx. T he double bedroom has been finished in an attractive neutral decor and allows space for a variety of bedroom furnishings.

Bathroom: 1.93m x 1.91m (6'4" x 6'3") approx. T he bathroom features a modern and stylish white suite comprising a w.c., hand wash basin and shower over bath with attractive tiling and feature spotlights.


A shared garden to the rear mainly laid to lawn with an additional private storage shed.

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The property also features a half share of a cupboard in the hallway along with shared access to the sizeable attic, an ideal storage space.


The property is situated between the west end of Aberdeen and the popular Rosemount area allowing you a choice of excellent amenities as well as Union Square, Railway Station and main Bus Depot. The Rosemount area houses His Majesty's Theatre and a range of individual shops while Union Street has a further range of shopping, recreational and leisure amenities. There are also excellent public transport facilities making many parts of Aberdeen easily accessible.

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