6 Larch Tree Crescent, Banchory, AB31 5BA

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6 Larch Tree Crescent, Banchory, AB31 5BA



If entering Banchory from the A93 North Deeside Road, town reaching the town turn immediately right on to the Hill of Banchory West Road which runs past Tesco. Continue along the road crossing 2 roundabouts and Larch Tree Crescent is located on the right hand side of the road a short distance after the second roundabout, follow the road until reaching number 6 which is clearly marked by our for sale sign.

  • Biomass Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Fully Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Off Street Parking
  • Council Tax Band D
  • EPC Band TBC
  • For Viewings Please Call Ms Macdonald 07786105218

We are delighted to bring to the market this well presented two-bedroom semi-detached home. Decorated in neutral tones throughout, the property is in walk in condition and offers a purchaser the opportunity to move in with minimum inconvenience.

Enjoying a convenient location, 6 Larch Tree Crescent is further enhanced by a lovingly nurtured, fully enclosed garden to the rear and off-street parking for two cars to the front.

The front door leads into a small hallway which benefits from a deep fitted cupboard with shelving and floor storage. Next to the front door is a WC cloakroom comprising WC, wash hand basin, a window and space for free standing furniture. Beyond the hallway is a bright and inviting lounge with a westerly aspect, stairs to the upper floor and further a fitted storage cupboard where the electricity circuit breaker is located. The room is of generous proportions with ample space for a variety of free-standing furniture.

To the rear of the ground floor, the dining kitchen is fitted with a range of cream base units which are complemented by a blend of cream and medium wood effect wall units, coordinating work tops and tiled splashback. The kitchen units incorporate an integrated gas hob, electric double oven with extractor fan above, fridge, freezer, and dishwasher. The Biomass heat exchanger is concealed within a cupboard in the kitchen and a patio door takes you from the kitchen out to the rear garden.

Returning to the lounge, a staircase climbs to the upper floor landing where there is a fitted cupboard housing the water tank with a shelf above. From the landing, a hatch with drop down ladder gives access to the floored attic with lighting. There are two bedrooms on the first floor, the principal bedroom is a generous double which benefits from excellent storage. Bedroom two is a large single room with a fitted wardrobe. A modern family bathroom completes the accommodation.

Please note that the washing machine, kitchen shelves, glass ceiling shades, shade in lounge and curtains in the lounge and kitchen are not included.

Banchory is a popular and attractive residential town, overlooked by the renowned Scolty Hill and approximately 18 miles west of Aberdeen city. Within Banchory there is a good range of amenities, including specialist shopping, two large supermarkets, banking, restaurants, a garden centre, hotels, library, health centre and several dentists. There are pre-school facilities available in addition to two primary schools and Banchory Academy which caters for secondary education. Banchory Sports Village provides sporting facilities, including a six lane swimming pool. There are a myriad of outdoor leisure activities available, including hill walking, horse riding, fishing, gliding and golf. Banchory is also well located for access to the ski resorts at Glenshee and the Lecht during the winter months.


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