Boasting panoramic views of the countryside, sprawling grounds and a games room … one city property could be a buyer’s dream – if they can afford the £2 million price tag.
The Policies, on Bieldside’s Dalmuinzie Road, has gone on the market, with an asking price of offers over £2m making it one of the most expensive currently available in the North-east.
Selling agent, the Mortgage and Property Centre, which is a trading name for Alex Hutcheon and Company, has described it as “one of the most outstanding properties to come to the Aberdeen market in recent years”.
The property has sprawling, extensive grounds that are said to be “thoughtfully landscaped and well manicured” – there is even a circular water feature with a fountain and a man-made stream that runs almost the entire length of the garden.
The garden also has a hot tub, summerhouse and a barbecue cabin.
And inside the accommodation, which spans over two floors, there’s a family and games room – complete with double French doors, and even a fitted bar.
Four bathrooms also mean there will be no more queuing in the mornings.
The sitting room would be the perfect place to relax and has a stunning focal point in a stone fireplace, with a slate hearth and fitted woodburning stove.
The house has a range of bedrooms to choose from including a guest bedroom suite and two double bedrooms.
And the west block of the property boasts a triple garage, a workshop, another garage area as well as a pool room, archive room, dressing room and sports facilities room.
A spokeswoman for Alex Hutcheon and Company said: “The Policies is indeed one of the most expensive properties on the market at the present time.
“It is an absolutely amazing property, completed to the highest of specifications.
“It offers quite superb family accommodation and if indeed a purchaser had a collection of expensive motor vehicles there is adequate facilities within the garage blocks to accommodate these.
“The property enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and must undoubtedly be the finest property currently available.
“Challenges for a house like this are to identify a suitable purchaser, despite current market condition, to secure a competitive situation to ensure the highest price possible.”