A stunning six-bedroom mansion house has gone on the market for offers over £2.1 million.
The granite and sandstone property, complete with three acres of garden, a tennis court and a private woodland, is on Bieldside’s Dalmuinzie Road.
It even has its own tree-lined driveway.
The home was previously owned by Church of Scotland elder and governor of the Imperial bank Sir James F Simpson. He then went on to become the honorary manager of the Aberdeen Servings Banks in 1928.
Walking into the property potential owners will see a sympathatically furnished hallway, listed as the Grand Hall complete with fireplace.
To your right, off the Grand Hall is the drawing room, currently in use as a cinema room, again with its own fireplace, to your left from the hall is the impressive dining room complete with period features.
Continuing down the hall you will arrive at the large morning room with views from two sides of the pristine grounds.
The highlight of the property has to be the modern country style kitchen.
A expansive conservatory floods the kitchen with natural light and the soft pastel blue cabinets work well with the mix of white and solid wood worktops.
For foodies and wine lovers the large kitchen includes ample food preparation space, an aga and wine fridge.
The ground floor is completed by two guest bedrooms, a shower room and a utility room.
Upstairs, the property features four futher bedrooms, including the master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and plenty of storage. The modern en-suite bathroom has a large free-standing bath, shower cubicle and his and her sinks.
The second large bedroom features enviable views and a luxury en-suite shower room
This floor also features a bespoke dressing room with a very extensive wardrobe storage, including enough pull-out shoe racks to hold over 70 pairs of shoes.
A further two bedrooms complete finished with two more good sized double rooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, the property has a well maintained lawn, established woodland – including a rare giant sequoia fir, spurce, sycamore, beech and oak.
Completing the impressive £2.1 million property is a “doe” tennis court – as favoured by professionals including Andy Murray and a hot tub on a large patio area.
There’s also two summer houses, coal cellar, gardener’s shed, dog run and a double garge.