58 Craigievar Crescent, Garthdee, Aberdeen, AB10 7DN


58 Craigievar Crescent, Garthdee, ABERDEEN, AB10 7DN



From Aberdeen, travel southwards on Holburn Street to the Bridge of Dee Roundabout. At the roundabout take the second exit onto Garthdee Road. Continue up Garthdee Road and turn right into Craigievar Road. At the end of the road turn left onto Craigievar Crescent.

  • light and Airy Lounge
  • Generous Dining Kitchen
  • Three Spacious Double Bedrooms
  • Modern Bathroom
  • Converted Loft with Development Potential
  • Exclusive Garden
  • Gas Fired Central Heating and Double Glazing
  • EPC - C
  • Council Tax Band -B

Staircase to the side of the property leads to the entrance with internal stairwell to upper landing which benefits from two fitted storage cupboards.
A well proportioned lounge features triple windows overlooking the front, A particular focal point is the imposing stone fire surround housing a living flame gas fire.
A generous dining kitchen located to the rear of the property is fitted with a wide range of wall and base units incorporating ample worksurface and a stainless steel sink. The freestanding appliances will be included in the sale.
There are three spacious double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobe facilities.
The refurbished bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite comprising vanity unit housing the w/c and wash hand basin and bath with MIRA shower over, fully aqua lined around the bath/ shower area. Opaque window overlooks the rear.
The current owners have converted the loft space accessed via a hatch and Ramsay style ladder in Bedroom 3, this area is fully floored, lined and equipped with power, light and heating and benefits from Velux windows flooding the area with natural light,. This area would be suitable for development to further accommodation provided the relevant consents are obtained.
Outside, a paved path leads to the exclusive area of garden, mainly laid to lawn with borders stocked with a variety of established shrubs and trees. Timber shed will remain.

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