Flat E, 43 Caledonian Place, Ferryhill, Aberdeen, AB11 6TR


43E Caledonian Place, Ferryhill, Aberdeen , AB11 6TR



From Holburn Street, turn left into Willowbank Road. Thereafter take the second road on the right into Albury Road and then first left into Caledonian Place. No 43 is located a short distance ahead on the right hand side, as is clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

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  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage & Water
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Communal Garden
  • Council Tax Band C
  • EPC Band C
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 01224 868687

From the shared landing, a hardwood entrance door leads into the welcoming reception hall. Of neutral decoration, the hall is fitted with laminate wood effect flooring which continues throughout the majority of the apartment. A fitted cupboard provides useful storage space, while the security entry handset is also located within the hall.

The well proportioned lounge/dining room enjoys far reaching views across the city via a large bay window, which also allows for plentiful natural light. With ample space available for free standing furniture, a fitted cupboard includes shelving.

Overlooking the shared garden to the rear via a large deep silled window, the bright kitchen is fitted with a good range of base wall units, while an L-shaped roll top work surface incorporates a stainless steel sink with drainer and four ring gas hob with extractor fan above.  Featuring an integrated oven, the freestanding fridge/freezer and washing machine are to remain.

Double bedroom one enjoys views to the rear of the building via a deep silled window. Of neutral decoration and fitted with laminate wood effect flooring, there is good space for freestanding bedroom furniture, while a shelved cupboard provides storage. Double bedroom two overlooks the building frontage and includes a range of full height wood fronted wardrobes which include shelf and hanging space.

Completing the living accommodation is the shower room. Featuring an off white two piece suite, the wash hand basin is set within a vanity unit with panel mirror above. The corner shower enclosure includes a mains shower appliance and bi-fold door.


The apartment benefits from a shared garden to the rear of the building which is mostly laid to lawn with wide borders incorporating a range of established and ornamental trees. Areas of loc-bloc paving are ideal for outdoor seating areas. The exclusive store is accessible from the garden and perfect for storing bikes or garden furniture. There is plentiful meter parking available on street, while permits will be available from Aberdeen City Council by application.

Fixtures and fittings

All curtains, blinds, light fittings and white appliances within the kitchen will be included within the sale. Furniture may be available by separate negotiation.


As at 31st January 2023, the gas hob, oven and washing machine are less than one year old.


Caledonian Place is situated within the popular Ferryhill area of Aberdeen City.  Well served by a good range of local independent amenities, the property is ideally situated within close proximity to all the delights the city centre has to offer. A wide range of restaurants, cafes and leisure facilities are all close to hand, including the Union Square Shopping Centre which incorporates a multi-plex cinema, train and bus stations. For picturesque strolls, Duthie Park, the Winter Gardens, and River Dee are all situated nearby.  Most parts of Aberdeen city are readily accessible by a variety of arterial routes, with the location being well connected for access to the oil related offices in the Industrial Estates at Westhill and Kingswells, in addition to Altens and the south side of the city.

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