6 Laurel Park, Danestone, Bridge of Don, AB22 8XW

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6 laurel Park, Danestone, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB22 8XW

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Directions

Travelling from the main Aberdeen ring road proceed to the Haudagain roundabout and continue straight onto Mugiemoss Road. Take the second turning at the roundabout and cross the Persley Bridge take the third exit at the next roundabout onto Laurel Drive. Take the second turning on your right, take the next right and follow the signposts for Laurel Park. On entering Laurel Park the property is located on the left hand side.

  • Lounge and dining area
  • Fitted Kitchen and Utility Room
  • Modern Shower room
  • Three Spacious Bedrooms
  • Landscaped Garden
  • Single Garage
  • EPC - D
  • Council Tax Band - E

he bright entrance hall provides access to the lounge and stairs to upper floor. Neutral décor is complimented by modern Amtico wood effect flooring.
Entered via a part glazed door, this light and airy lounge overlooks the front of the property and enjoys a semi open plan layout with the dining area and allows access to the kitchen. The attractive Amtico wood effect flooring is fitted throughout the ground floor accommodation.
An archway from the lounge leads to the good sized dining area providing ample space for a family dining table and chairs and boasting sliding patio doors to the rear garden.
A further glazed door leads from the lounge to the well appointed kitchen situated to the rear of the property. Fitted with a wide range of modern wall and base units in a contemporary gloss finish with ample solid wood worksurface with matching upstand and extensive splash back tiling. The integrated 5 ring gas hob with stainless steel splash back and extractor canopy will remain along with the integrated double oven/ grill and free standing dishwasher. The kitchen benefits from a separate utility room fitted with additional units and free standing washing machine, tumble drier and fridge/freeze which will remain. A wall mounted central heating boiler is located within the utility room. A part glazed exterior door gives access to the rear garden.
A useful cloakroom fitted with a white two piece suite completes the ground floor.
A carpeted staircase with wooden handrail leads to the upper floor and remaining accommodation, window on the upper landing allows a good deal of natural light into the area.
There area two spacious double bedrooms both benefiting from double fitted wardrobe facilities. A further bright single bedroom features a single fitted wardrobe.
The property is further enhanced by a modern shower room fitted with a white suite comprising a vanity unit housing the wash hand basin and w/c. Fully aqua lined shower enclosure housing an electric shower, fully aqua lined throughout and featuring attractive Amtico flooring.
Enjoying an elevated position within Laurel Park, a paved/ stonechip drive leads to the single garage with up and over door equipped with power and light. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with several mature trees and shrubs. Steps with wrought iron railings lead to property entrance. Gated access to the side leads to the fully enclosed rear garden. Screened by high level timber fencing, the rear garden features a tiered layout landscaped with attractive walkways and planted embankments. The lower level features a large paved terrace with steps leading up to an elevated area of lawn with timber summer house and sun deck, ideal for outdoor entertaining. Both the summer house and timber shed are equipped with power. External lighting and water tap within the rear garden.

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