91 Osborne Place, Aberdeen, AB25 2DD

Offers Over
£420,000

91 Osborne Place, Aberdeen, AB25 2DD

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Directions

From the west end of Union Street continue onto Alford Place and then turn right onto Albert Street. Continue straight ahead at the traffic lights and take the second opening on the left onto Osborne Place. The property is located a short distance away on the left hand side as indicated by our Mackinnons for sale sign.

  • Gas Central Heating
  • Mains Water and Drainage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Public Rooms
  • Dining Kitchen
  • Garage
  • Gardens
  • Council Tax Band G
  • EPC Band D
  • For Viewings Telephone Mackinnons, Solicitors 01224 868687

 

An original hardwood door with decorative glazed sections leads to a vestibule with decorative terrazzo tiled floor. A door with decorative stained-glass panel leads to a welcoming reception hall which provides access to all ground floor accommodation.

An exceptionally light and airy lounge boasts a full height bay window overlooking the front of the property, a particular focal point is the imposing wooden fire surround with high mantel mirror, cast iron and tiled inset housing a gas fire set on a tiled hearth.

Situated to the rear of the property, overlooking the south facing garden, is a well-proportioned formal dining room allowing ample space for furnishings. This room features an attractive fire surround with cast iron and tiled inset housing a gas fire.

A rear hall is fitted with extensive storage facilities and part glazed door to rear courtyard and garden. Rear hall leading to a shower room and dining kitchen.

A useful centrally set shower room is fitted with a white suite incorporating a vanity unit housing the wash hand basin, WC and a fully aqua-panelled shower enclosure.

On open plan with the rear hall, a light and airy dining kitchen benefits from windows on two separate aspects and sliding patio doors to the south facing rear garden. Fitted with a range of wall and base units with work surfaces and splashback tiling. Integrated and free-standing appliances to remain. Central heating boiler is within the kitchen.

A carpeted staircase leads to the mezzanine and upper floor. A skylight window on the upper landing allows a good deal of natural light into the area.

A mezzanine level bathroom is fitted with a three-piece suite with splashback tiling and opaque window.

On the upper landing there are two generous double bedrooms, both feature a fitted cupboard with shelved storage and space for a range of free-standing furniture. A further single bedroom overlooks the front of the property.

From the upper landing a concealed staircase leads to an attic room, currently used as a further sitting room/study, this versatile room benefits from two Velux windows to the front and dormer window to the rear with lovely views. Eaves storage.

The front of the property is enclosed by wrought iron railings and a gate. A wide path leads to the entrance bound by decorative borders stocked with a variety of established shrubs. The fully enclosed south facing rear garden is screened by high level stone walls, beautifully landscaped with a large area of lawn and decorative borders stocked with an abundance of mature shrubs, trees and seasonal plants.

A good sized terrace provides the ideal location for outdoor entertaining.
The property is further enhanced by a detached single garage which is accessible via a vehicular lane to the rear.

All kitchen appliances, light fittings, blinds and curtains except the blue and white curtains in the back bedroom are included in the sale price. Some items of furniture may be available by separate negotiation.

Osborne Place is a highly desirable and sought-after street situated in Aberdeen’s West End, well placed for a good selection of public and private schools which are within close proximity. It is within walking distance of the city centre where there is an excellent range of shopping, recreational and leisure facilities. Close to hand are many cafés, restaurants and bars. The area has excellent public transport making all parts of the city easily accessible from the property.

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