Flat 2, Golf Mews, 34 Victoria Road, Ballater AB35 5QX

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Flat 2, Golf Mews,, 34 Victoria Road, Ballater, AB35 5QX



From Aberdeen take the A93 to Ballater.  Upon reaching the village, turn right at the T junction into Bridge Street.  Take the second left into Victoria Road just before the village green and proceed towards the Golf Course.  Golf Mews an impressive building on the right just before the junction with Salisbury Road clearly indicated by our Mackinnons ‘For Sale’ sign.

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  • Electric Storage Heaters
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • On Street Parking
  • Central Location
  • Council Tax Band A
  • EPC Band C

We present to the market this delightful self-contained one bedroom ground floor flat set in the heart of Ballater, Royal Deeside.  Ideally located for outdoor pursuits with the Golf Club set diagonally opposite the flat as well at the Tennis Courts and Bowling Green.  Golf Mews is positioned within easy walking distance to all the local amenities the picturesque village has to offer. Benefiting from double glazing, electric storage heating, and neutral décor throughout this property is an ideal opportunity for a first-time buyer with early viewing highly recommended.

Enter the property via a wooden exterior door with glazed section to the open plan kitchen/lounge.  The kitchen area provides ample fitted wall and base units with coordinating work surface and tiled splashback.  Integrated stainless steel 1 ½ sink and drainer with mixer tap, electric oven with hob above and stainless-steel chimney style extractor hood. Fridge. Vinyl flooring. Window overlooking the rear of the property.

A double bedroom to the front complete with a double fitted wardrobe boasting attractive oak doors, hanging rail, shelving and houses the electric box.  Ample space for free standing furniture.  Fitted carpet.  An alcove houses the washer/dryer machine and hot water cylinder above. 

The well-appointed bathroom with three piece white suite consists of wash hand basin set within a vanity unit offering added storage.  W.C. and bath with overhead mains shower and aqua panelling.  Chrome ladder effect towel rail. Privacy window to the rear and vinyl flooring.


A useful storage area under the external staircase.

Fixtures and fittings

All white goods, floor coverings, blinds and light fittings are included in the sale.

Ballater lies on the main A93 road, some 40 miles west of Aberdeen amid beautiful countryside in the Cairngorms National Park.  This attractive, friendly, village enjoys a wide range of quality bespoke shops, restaurants and hotels, a medical centre and offers numerous activities and events such as the Ballater Walking Week, Victoria Week, and the Ballater Highland Games.  The lively community also offers many clubs, gatherings, and social activities.  Nursery and Primary schooling is catered for in the village, with secondary education at nearby Aboyne Academy.  Situated in the heart of Royal Deeside, Ballater is a wonderful centre for outdoor pursuits which include superb walking and cycling opportunities, riding, many good golf courses, gliding and in the winter months, skiing at both Glenshee and The Lecht.  Other local sporting pursuits include deer stalking, pheasant and grouse shooting and fishing on the River Dee.  With a good road and regular bus service, Ballater is within commuting distance to the business parks in both the Westhill and Kingswells areas.


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