6 Mount Street, Aberdeen, AB25 2RB

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6 Mount Street, Aberdeen , AB25 2RB



From the Woolmanhill roundabout, exit onto Gilcomston Street and continue to the next roundabout. Continue straight ahead onto Skene Square and follow the left fork down to the junction with Westburn Road. Turn left into Westburn Road, then immediately left again into Mount Street (which operates a one-way system) and No. 6 is on the right-hand side.

  • Eco Electric Heaters
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Neutral Decor 
  • Ideal Buy to Let Opportunity 
  • Council Tax Band A
  • EPC Band D
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 013397 55633

The property is in immaculate condition throughout and provides bright and spacious living in tasteful neutral décor. Double glazed throughout and served by Dimplex eco electric heaters.

The property is an ideal first time buy or investment opportunity making early viewing essential to truly appreciate the accommodation on offer.

Communal Hallway: Enter through a hardwood door, with security entrance to the vestibule. Half glazed door leading to a welcoming entrance hallway complete with sweeping staircase providing access to all accommodation. Large window on the stairwell allowing natural sunlight to stream into the area. Pendant ceiling light. Fitted neutral carpet. Door to back garden.

Inner Hallway: Enter the property through a hardwood exterior door to a welcoming entrance hall with security entry, smoke detector, light fitting, and meter cupboard.

Lounge: 4.14m x 3.78m (13'6" x 12'4") approx.  A well-presented lounge with ample space for free standing furniture and dining suite. Modern dark grey carpet, window overlooking the front complete with venetian blinds. Wall light fitting. Half glazed door leading to the kitchen.

Kitchen: 2.04m x 1.89m (6'8" x 6'2") approx.   An attractive kitchen fitted with ample beech wall and base units with contrasting roll top work surface. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Stainless steel electric oven with hob and extractor fan above. Laminate flooring. Under the counter washing machine and free-standing fridge freezer. Recessed halogen spotlights.

Double Bedroom: 3.38m x 2.32m (11'1" x 7'7") approx.  A well-appointed double bedroom with ample storage space provided by fitted triple wardrobes complete with hanging rail and shelving. Window overlooking the rear of the property with venetian blind. TV point, fitted carpet, wall light and downlighters.

Shower Room: 1.86m x 1.31m (6'1" x 4'3")  approx.  A fully fitted bathroom with white suite comprising w.c., wash hand basin set within a vanity unit with mirror above. Shower cubicle housing an electric Mira shower with aqua panelling. Vinyl flooring, extractor fan and built in shelved cupboard. Additional storage cupboard also housing the water tank.


A shared garden to the rear, laid to gravel, providing a low maintenance outside area.

(Other information)

All floor coverings, blinds, light fittings, and white goods are included in the sale price along with some furniture.

Location Located in the popular Rosemount area of Aberdeen and well served by a wide variety of amenities including local shops, banks and public transport facilities. The city centre is also near-by offering an array of restaurants, bars as well as the Central Library and His Majesty’s Theatre. The popular Victoria and Westburn parks are within walking distance. Aberdeen University, Foresterhill Hospital and Aberdeen College are all within easy reach as well as the business parks in both Westhill and Kingswells.


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