5 Donmouth Road, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen AB23 8DT

£235,000 Fixed Price
New on the market
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: On Road Parking, Single Garage
  • Outside Space: Front Garden, Rear Garden
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Property Features

  • EPC Band: D
  • Council Tax Band: E

Property Summary

Viewings:  By contacting the owner on 07967 804175

We are delighted to offer for sale this Three Bedroom Semi-Detached House directly overlooking the Don estuary.  The property has uPVC double glazed windows throughout, with the ground floor windows being replaced three/four years ago.  The ground floor walls have been insulated in the same time period.  There is gas central heating with a combi boiler and a wood burning stove in the Lounge.  The accommodation on offer comprises of an Entrance Hallway, Lounge, Kitchen/Dining Room, Two Double Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom on the ground floor, and on the upper floor, a spacious Double Bedroom, a small Box Room/Bedroom and spacious eaves storage space.  Outside there is a Single Garage, small front garden and large rear garden laid mainly to lawn with a garden shed of breeze-block construction.  This is a must see property for the view alone.

Note – There is recently lapsed planning permission to extend the Dining Area along the rear of the property.  Also, on the upper floor, to extend the dormer windows to the front of the property and to create a Bedroom and Bathroom along the rear of the property.

Included in the price are all carpets, flooring, curtains, blinds and light fitments. (To be confirmed)

Donmouth Road is located in Bridge of Don which is a popular suburb located to the north of Aberdeen.  The area is served by an excellent range of amenities, including local shops, medical centre and post office.  The property is in a good location for both the industrial complexes at Bridge of Don and Dyce as well as Aberdeen International Airport.  There are regular public transport links to the city centre and north to the Aberdeenshire countryside.  The AWPR is a short drive away giving easy access to North and South Aberdeenshire and beyond.

Directions:  If approaching from the north, simply turn left into Donmouth Road just before the bridge.  Number 5 is situated on the left hand side, the second house after the junction with Donmouth Terrace.  Approaching from the City, there is no right turn into Donmouth Road so proceed to the next set of lights, turn right into Links Road and then right again into Donmouth Terrace.  At the bottom of Donmouth Terrace turn left into Donmouth Road and number 5 is just beyond the house on the corner.

 

Full Details

Entrance Hallway
Wood effect uPVC door, with frosted glass window, opens into the Entrance Hallway. Low-level cupboard housing the electric circuit meter. Storage cupboard with shelving. Laminate wood effect flooring. Double radiator. Two central light fitments. White panelled wooden doors give access to the ground floor rooms.

Lounge (.27m x 3.28m (14' x 10'9") approx.)
To the front of the property with a bay window, with roller blinds, with solid oak window sill overlooking the Don estuary. Feature wood burning stove with solid oak mantle and alcoves either side with solid oak shelving and recessed spotlights. Fitted carpet. Double radiator. Central light fitment. Dimmer switches. TV and telephone points.

Kitchen/Dining Area (3.20m x 1.83m (10’ x 6’) approx. and 3.05m x 2.13m (10’ x 7’) approx.)
This room is on a split level. The Kitchen area, accessed from the Hallway, has ample light oak wall and base units with contrasting worktops and splash back tiling. Integrated Bosch four ring gas hob and oven. One ½ stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap. Large storage cupboard under the stairs. Ceramic tiles. White wall mounted radiator. Central light fitment. A step up from the Kitchen leads to the Dining Area. Two large windows overlooking the rear garden. Same ceramic tiles. Recessed spotlights. From the Dining Area there is a uPVC door, with glass panel, leads out to the rear garden.

Double Bedroom One (3.05m x 2.44m (10' x 8') approx.)
Window, with curtains and roller blind, overlooking the Don estuary. Two storage space with hanging rail and shelving. Fitted carpet. Double radiator. Central light fitment.

Double Bedroom Two (3.35m x 3.05m (11' x 10') approx.)
Window, with curtains, overlooking the rear garden. Fitted carpet. Double radiator. Central light fitment. Smoke alarm.

Family Bathroom
White three-piece suite with WC and wash hand basin and wall mounted shower over bath with shower curtain. Tiled to ceiling height at bath/shower area and to dado height at WC and wash hand basin. Frosted glass window. Ceramic tiles. Heated towel rail. Recessed spotlights set in ceiling wood panelling. Usual fitments to remain.

Upper Hallway
A fully carpeted stairway with a wooden hand rail leads to the Upper Hallway. A Velux roof light provides natural light to the stairway. On the upper landing there is a large walk-in eaves cupboard, housing the Ideal combi boiler, offering significant storage space plus a smaller shelved linen cupboard. Central light fitment. Smoke alarm.

Double Bedroom Three (5.33m x 3.05m (17'6" x 10') approx.)
The bedroom extends virtually the full length of the property on the first floor with a built-in wardrobe at one end. Central dormer window, with curtains, overlooking the Don estuary. Fitted carpet. Double radiator. Central light fitment. Hatch to loft space.

Box Room (3.66m x 2.74m (12' x9') at widest approx.)
A spacious room. Laminate flooring. Velux roof light.

Outside
The property sits at a higher level than the street, and a flight of steps leads to the front door. At street level there is a Single Garage with up and over door, power, light and water. On the other side of the steps there is an area of garden laid mainly to lawn. To the rear, the area immediately behind the house is a concrete path, extending round the side of the property giving direct access to the front. A few steps lead to the large fully enclosed garden area, laid mainly to lawn with mature plants. There is a substantial garden shed of breeze-block construction, divided into two areas, both with power and light. There is a further small wooden shed.

Whilst these particulars are believed to be correct they are not warranted and are not to form any Contract of Sale.