Three city apartments for less than £200k
If you enjoy living life alongside the hustle and bustle of the city, we’ve listed some wonderful properties that would make the perfect home for aspiring city dwellers. All under £200k, not only do they have a city centre location they are also reasonably affordable.
Located in the popular Rosemount area of the city, this property is a short walking distance from the centre of Aberdeen, the open space in Westburn park and the highly regarded Aberdeen Grammar School.
Forming part of a traditional granite tenement, the property has been modernised to offer excellent living space whilst maintaining its original features, such as high ceilings and moulded skirting.
The kitchen features modern grey units, integrated oven and laminate flooring. There is also plenty of space for a dining table. The two bedrooms are spacious and fit a double bed and wardrobes, and both rooms have large windows and plenty of natural light.
The property also has a small, private garden to the front which is low maintenance and offers space for a small table and chairs.
This two-bed ground floor flat in Bank Street, is ideally situated for those looking to spend time working, shopping, socialising and wining and dining in the city centre. The property is only a 10-minute walk from Union Square shopping centre and Aberdeen’s railway station.
Particularly suited to a first-time buyer or young couple, the home enjoys a large dining-kitchen area with appliances included in the sale price. As with the rest of the property, the two double bedrooms are neutrally decorated with views out to the front and rear of the flat – ideal for hosting friends and family.
With a bright entrance hallway, spacious lounge with original wood flooring and shared garden, this city centre property isn’t one to be missed.
The space available in this city home is impressive. The upper floor flat has three double bedrooms, with the master boasting views over the city and out towards the sea. This large room also features built-in wardrobes and a stylish en-suite.
The kitchen is narrow yet roomy including a charming dining area with enough space for a young family to enjoy a homecooked meal. A separate utility room can be accessed from the kitchen which gives access to a rear hall.
The living area benefits from a large bay window, neutral décor, original alcoves and a stunning feature fireplace, which acts as the focal point of the room.
Which of these central apartments would suit you best?