It's rare to see a property like this appearing on the market in Aberdeen, a city famed for its granite townhouses.
Set in the tranquil surroundings of the Monboddo Estate, there's no doubting the calibre of this stunning property.
This stunning Aberdeen city centre flat, kitted out with an amazing home cinema theatre, could be yours for £375,000
Have you always wanted your own home cinema theatre? Or perhaps a view into your kitchen from above? Well, look no further.
This beautiful granite property on one of Aberdeen's most sought after streets is about as good as it gets.
The easing of lockdown has led to a "bouyant" housing market in the north-east.
New statistics for the second quarter of 2020 released by ASPC and Aberdeen University's Centre for Real Estate Research (CRER) shows the effect lockdown has had on the property market.
This four-bedroom farmhouse nestled in the heart of Aberdeenshire could be the perfect new home for those who love a hot tub and a sauna.
The future of Aberdeen's property market post Covid-19 is "difficult to predict", a housing boss has said.
A new process has now been put in place to enable urgent house sales to go through.
Owner Kelly said: “We really love the large bedrooms. All three bedrooms are double-sized and my children definitely loved having double beds. I think the property would be ideal for a family because children can grow with the rooms as they age."
9 Greenfields is a beautiful four bedroom detached home located in a quiet cul-de-sac in a rural village just 13 miles from Aberdeen.
The idea of owning your very own home is an exciting but daunting thought – and there’s so much to think about before you even get to the point of making an offer.
Situated in a quiet sought-after West End location, this three-bedroom property would make a great family home.
You’ll find fabulous rooms for entertaining, plus Biomass underfloor heating on the ground floor.
3 Muirland Cottages is a self contained ground floor one bedroom flat in the popular town of Inverurie.
This cosy, three-bed, bungalow boasts a tastefully decorated interior and stunning rural location.
We are delighted to present for sale this five bedroomed detached dwellinghouse located within a quiet residential street in the popular area of Dyce. The property offers very spacious accommodation with excellent storage spanning two floors and benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
The AWPR has helped improve trade in most communities – but for some businesses it is not yet clear whether the route has had a positive impact.
Graeme Watson had always admired Kinnernie Cottage from afar and with good reason, for the five-bedroom family home is gorgeous, to say the least.
Located in a charming coastal suburb on the south side of Aberdeen, this spacious property would make a lovely family home.
After deciding it was time to find a home with more spacious accommodation, 6 Conglass Court proved to be just what Louise and husband Chris Brand were in search of.
This stunning four-bedroom flat in Aberdeen is bigger than most houses.
The north-east property market is still facing “substantial challenges” as new figures reveal house prices in the region were down by up to 2.1%.
House prices in Aberdeen are down by 1.8% in the fourth quarter of 2018, new figures show.
This immaculately presented three bedroom detached family home enjoys a quiet location in a well- established area in Dyce. Amongst its many features, the property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and is further enhanced by neutral tones and excellent storage space.
Stylishly presented, well maintained and in a fantastic city centre location, these are just some of the many qualities of this two bedroom top floor flat which forms part of a traditional granite tenement converted in 2012 with the communal areas protected by a security entry system.
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It was love at first sight when the Findleys first viewed Dyce Villa – and it’s easy to see why.
Increased confidence in the North Sea oil and gas industry could encourage more people to buy properties in the north-east, despite the market still “struggling to recover”.
Aberdeen has been named one of the most expensive places in Scotland for property prices per square metre according to a new report.