What property can you get for £200,000 in Aberdeen?
So you’ve got a leg up on the property ladder, you’re moving out of your starter home and looking for something a little more luxurious. £200,000 can go far in some cities; here in Aberdeenshire, whether it’s a city pad, a family home in the suburbs or something a little more unusual, you’re sure to find the best value for your money.
Aberdeen city centre is ideal for students, a young family, or even a more established family looking to be a little closer to the action.
Within close proximity, to both the city centre and the University, this self-contained three bedroom double upper flat forms part of a traditional granite building. The local area hosts a wealth of amenities and shops including the Berryden and Kittybrewster retail parks, and a 24 hour gym, as well as easy access to the business centres in the north of the city, and Aberdeen Airport.
This property has recently been refreshed with stylish flooring and neutral décor throughout with spacious rooms, en-suite bathroom and exclusive patio area split over two floors.
With fantastic natural light shining through into modern facilities, a home in the city centre certainly doesn’t have to be cramped. You can capture the homeliness of the suburbs whilst only a stone’s throw from the bustling centre.
This property is price around £185,000. You can view it on the ASPC website at https://www.aspc.co.uk/search/property/348827/17-Powis-Terrace/Aberdeen/
If the bright lights of the city centre aren’t for you, heading out a bit further afield certainly won’t break the bank, nor leave you feeling isolated. That sweet point of perfect quiet and convenience isn’t hard to find in the outer areas of Aberdeenshire, with transport to the city being plentiful.
This three bed semi-detached is situated within the popular residential area of Stoneywood. North of the City near Great Northern Road, this property is located with easy commuting links to the city centre meaning despite its peaceful location, there are plenty amenities nearby. The property is bright and spacious and well decorated with modern finishes. Split over two floors it also benefits from triple glazing, gas central heating and contemporary décor.
The front facing lounge is bathed in natural light, complemented by its dark coloured floors and a gas fire for cosy nights. With two alcoves fitted with low level cupboards, there is plenty of storage space leaving room for your own furniture.
Building your family home outside of the city means you’re more likely to get some extra space for your budget. Properties like this one benefit from large lawn space both at the front and rear, for you to raise your own shrubs, or create into your own perfect tranquil spot. A driveway also provides off road parking for several cars, and a large patio area is the ideal space for alfresco dining or entertaining.
This gorgeous property would be available for offers over £200,000 and can be found on our website https://www.aspc.co.uk/search/property/349153/19-Ruthriehill-Road/Aberdeen/
A bit unusual…
So you want something a bit different, but don’t want to stray too far from the amenities you’ve grown so fond of. Amongst the hustle and bustle of the town centre you can find yourself a hidden gem.
Tucked away just off Montrose High St is this deceptively spacious 3 bedroom former Coach House. With an abundance of character and contemporary space this property has both unique personality yet is only a short walk from local amenities.
It might look old fashioned from the outside, but this unusual property has sleek and stylish finishes inside. From a modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances to bright and ample living space complete with Juliet balcony, this renovation has been done to an extremely high standard.
Not only does the master bedroom boast a horde of space, but also brings in natural light thanks to its glass ceiling tiles, completing the stunning renovation is a 3 piece white suite, incorporating a free standing bath and walk in shower.
This conversion boasts another two spacious bedrooms and separate shower room to boot. Making it the perfect sweet spot between unique space and city pad.
This renovated coach house is priced over £155,000 and can be found on the ASPC website at https://www.aspc.co.uk/search/property/349193/4-Queens-Close/Montrose/.
No matter what neighbourhood your dream home lies in, a budget of £200,000 can buy you the ideal place in Aberdeenshire.