84 Cranford Road, Aberdeen, AB10 7NP

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84 Cranford Road, Aberdeen, AB10 7NP

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Directions

From Holburn Junction travel south along Holburn Street and turn right at the traffic lights on to Great Western Road. Travel along Great Western Road proceeding straight ahead at the traffic lights with Anderson Drive. Pass the Mannofield shops on the left and then turn second left on to Cranford Road. No 84  is on the right-hand side.

  • Two Bedroom Semi Detached Home
  • Two Public Rooms
  • Popular Residential Area
  • South/West Facing Garden
  • Tandem Double Garage
  • Mains Drainage
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Council Tax Band E
  • EPC - D
  • Viewing Contact 07564 331848

Entered via a hardwood door with decorative glazed section, the welcoming reception hall provides access to most ground floor accommodation. A fitted cupboard houses the electricity fuse box. The light and airy lounge boasts fresh neutral décor complemented by oak flooring and a bay window frontage. A particular focal point of the room being the attractive wooden fire surround with cast iron inset housing a decorative open fire.
The spacious dining room enjoys views over the rear garden and features an attractive wooden fire surround housing an electric inset fire set on a marble hearth.
A well appointed galley style kitchen is fitted with a wide range of wall and base units incorporating ample work surface and extensive splash back tiling. Free standing kitchen appliances including cooker, larder fridge and washing machine are to remain. Central heating boiler concealed within a wall unit. Door with window alongside provides access to the utility area.
A superb addition to the property, this area is fitted with additional wall and base units and houses the free standing tumble drier and freezer. Windows on two aspects overlook the gardens and a part glazed door leads to the terrace.
A centrally set w/c cloakroom is fitted with a white two piece suite with splash back tiling to the wash hand basin and expelair.
From the reception hall a carpeted staircase with wooden handrail leads to the upper floor.
A generous main bedroom boasts a large dormer window overlooking the front of the property. Access to an eaves storage cupboard and ample space for a range of free standing furniture.
A further double bedroom situated to the rear of the property again offers ample space for a range of furnishings.
The recently refurbished bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite comprising w/c with concealed cistern, suspended vanity unit housing wash hand basin, bath with mains pressure shower over and glazed screen alongside. Fully tiled around the bath and shower area and ceramic tiled floor. Heated towel rail and Expelair. Opaque window to the rear.
The front of the property boasts extensive loc bloc driveway providing ample off road parking and leads to the tandem double garage equipped with power and light. The well maintained front gardens are partially enclosed by attractive wrought iron railings with decorative borders stocked with a variety of seasonal plants and shrubs.
The fully enclosed rear gardens boasts a superb south/ west facing aspect. Beautifully landscaped, the rear gardens are screened by high level timber fencing allowing a high degree of privacy. Mainly laid to lawn with decorative borders stocked with an abundance of established shrubs, trees and seasonal plants. An elevated terrace provides the ideal location for outdoor entertaining. Timber shed to remain.

 Location

Cranford Road lies within the Mannofield area to the West of Aberdeen city, within easy commute of Aberdeen Airport, the Hospital complex at Foresterhill. Local amenities and schooling are within close proximity of the property As is the city transport links and AWPR 

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