Three Properties with Urban Gardens in Aberdeen
We recently published our blog showcasing three properties in the north east boasting exceptional gardens. However, beautiful outdoor spaces aren’t only found in the countryside and suburbs. Next up, we thought we’d take a look at homes for garden-lovers planted within the city.
Have a peek at these three urban properties, which are sure to get green-fingered home hunters excited.
This stunning five-bedroom home has an abundant mixture of interesting, exciting elements both inside and out. A blend of period, character and contemporary features are dotted throughout the category C listed Edwardian home. One of the more notable aspects of this mansion is the large open plan kitchen leading onto a timber decking seating area, via room transforming bi-folding doors.
It would be hard to believe the close proximity to the city centre when looking through the decking’s glass balustrade balcony towards the verdant Rubislaw Den Policies. The Rubislaw Den is exclusively accessed by the residents of the homes on this street.
From the decking area, the garden impresses even further - steps lead down to a secluded patio area and mature garden, laid with the highest quality synthetic grass.
First impressions are definitely deceiving for this wonderful three-bedroom terraced house in Queen’s Cross – it’s not obvious from the front façade just how expansive this home really is.
Beautiful fireplaces, spacious rooms and a claw footed bath make way for gorgeous bay French doors in the dining room, separate sun room and Mediterranean style tiled patio garden.
The sun room addition overlooks the exquisitely kept garden, which is perfect for cosying up with a book or relaxing with friends. The rear garden is reminiscent of a courtyard, with its circular granite sett feature design, leafy pergola and mounted trellises.
This one-bedroom first floor flat is an ideal choice for first time buyers searching for outdoor entertaining space in the city. Just a short walk from Union Street, the homely property benefits from an expansive shared rooftop terrace, with plenty of room for chic outdoor furniture.
The garden is embellished with a variety of potted plants, adding fresh energy and colour to the terrace. There is also a private outbuilding, ideal for storing any garden games and activities in.
Which of these hidden city gardens can you imagine yourself relaxing in?