Three Properties under £150K
Getting on the property ladder can be a tricky climb at times, so we’ve had a look for some beautiful first steps in the North East. Could you see yourself snapping up one of these lovely properties? Which would be the one for you?
Room to grow
Looking for a cosy spot to raise a budding family? This charming three-bedroom property has been converted from the former Danestone mansion house to produce the perfect family home.
The Grade B listed building has been brightly decorated so that each room has its own distinct character – perfect for kids who want their space to be very much their own!
Located within the Bridge of Don, only a short commute from the centre of Aberdeen, this is the perfect spot for those settling into suburban life (without completely giving up on the excitement of the big city)!
Living like a grown-up
There comes a time in everyone’s life that bare décor, poor insulation and general student-esque living is no longer what you want to come home to.
This spacious one bedroom flat is perfect for a young professional or couple looking for a place to call their own. Situated in the popular Rosemount area of Aberdeen, the stunning high ceilings are kept snug and warm with full double glazing and gas central heating, while the modern style hits the right spot between stylish and homey.
The city centre is within easy walking distance, although the area has an excellent choice of shops and cafes to choose from for those days when you’d rather stay closer to home and, with a home as beautiful as this, who could blame you!
Best of the ‘Burbs
Our final property is a beautiful mid terraced villa nestled in the lovely suburb of Bucksburn. The home is elegantly decorated in cream and grey throughout – with the exception of the second and third bedrooms which offer a fun pop of colour.
The layout of these rooms is perfect for young kids, with an archway dividing the two spaces – giving them room to play together, but also a space to call their own.
Bucksburn itself offers a great range of amenities and activities, including some lovely treks alongside the river and a golf course at nearby Craibstone. Again, the bustle of city life isn’t too far away, with regular public transport being available to whisk you into Aberdeen.