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The 10 most viewed properties of 2022

At ASPC we list over 6,000 properties for sale, across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, each year on our website. Each week we take a look at the most viewed property, and with 2023 in our sights, we thought we’d share the top 10 most viewed properties from 2022.

The 10 most viewed properties of 2022

At ASPC we list over 6,000 properties for sale, across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, each year on our website. Each week we take a look at the most viewed property, and with 2023 in our sights, we thought we’d share the top 10 most viewed properties from 2022. 

From traditional features, high ceilings and castle turrets to jacuzzi baths and cinema rooms, this year's most viewed properties showcase unique characteristics and great designs.

1.) 14 Altries Wood, Maryculter

14 Altries Wood, Maryculter

This immaculately presented 5 bedroom detached villa, located on the outskirts of the village of Maryculter has a wonderful balance of country and city living, with the small development being set within beautiful surrounding fields, yet only a short drive from the city. 

This beautiful family home features an impressive lounge with vaulted ceiling, a contemporary kitchen/ dining area and a fantastic master bedroom with his and her walk-in wardrobes. The property is rich in space and versatility due to the number of rooms and overall layout. 

The property is set on a plot extending to approx 0.5 acres which is mainly laid to lawn, with borders stocked with trees and shrubs. Ideal for entertaining friends and family throughout the summer months, the rear garden is complimented by a large summer house. It’s no wonder this property has been viewed almost 57,000 times.

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2.) Kingston Of Lenabo, South Red Bog, Nether Kinmundy, Peterhead

Kingston Of Lenabo, South Red Bog, Nether Kinmundy, Peterhead

This magnificent, spacious 7 bedroom property comes complete with a feature turret! Internally, there are several appealing architectural characteristics to this home including the vaulted ceilings and gallery view to the upper floor, the clever placement of floor to ceiling windows allowing maximum natural light, and there is certainly no shortage of technology with modern heating features and sound systems built in throughout the home. There is even a home cinema to boot!

Outside, the property occupies a generous plot with a variety of spaces such as a dedicated outdoor dining area, decking, vegetable garden and a vast neat lawn with a special area which has been allowed to flourish as a ‘wild’ garden in order to attract the local wildlife. Of added appeal there is also a one acre grazing paddock. 

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3.) 60 Rubislaw Den South, Aberdeen

60 Rubislaw Den South, Aberdeen

Our third most viewed property of 2022 is a striking 8 bedroom traditional family home, which lies on one of Aberdeen’s most sought after streets.

Originally built in 1895, the original features, such as the cornicing and high ceilings, have been lovingly restored to pay homage to the property’s historic past. Walking through the property, the abundance of space and luxury is evident. Features that caught the attention of ASPC users include an impressive large wine wall found in the lounge and the 12 electric seated cinema, kitted out with a high quality projector and sound system, being nestled to the rear - to enjoy your favourite films in true cosy style. 

Outside, the property enjoys beautifully landscaped grounds with grass and patio areas, all with a high degree of privacy from surrounding properties. The property also enjoys access to the private Rubislaw Den Policies - an exclusive 14 acre woodland available only to those who back on to it.

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4.) 2 Glenview Gardens, Skene, Westhill

2 Glenview Gardens, Skene, Westhill

Next up is this outstanding executive four/five bedroom detached dwelling built by Clark Construction of Drumoak. Also known as ‘West Carnie House’, the property enjoys generous garden grounds and panoramic views over scenic countryside.

Features of note include the stunning oak staircase, a wood burning stove, a delightful sun room with patio doors to the rear garden, a detached double garage and an excellent amount of storage space throughout. A separate bothy adds further appeal to the property. 

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5.) Garden House, 5 Woodlands Gardens, Cults

Garden House, 5 Woodlands Gardens, Cults

This immaculate property is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the popular suburb of Cults. Tastefully decorated throughout, the interior design enhances the elegance and presence of this home with the grand central ‘horseshoe’ style staircase ascending to a double landing upstairs, impressing any viewer. 

With an excellent balance of practical living, contemporary design and flexible living/entertainment spaces, both inside and out, this five bedroom family home certainly has a wealth of charm and luxury to offer. A particular feature of note is the superb garden, where it is evident the current owner has spent considerable time creating a colourful oasis. 

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6.) Schoolhouse, Cromley Bank, 26 Hillview Road, Cults

Schoolhouse, Cromley Bank, 26 Hillview Road, Cults

Overflowing with stunning traditional features, historians will be interested to discover that this property was a former schoolhouse. Located in the popular suburb of Cults, this exquisite 5 bedroom detached granite home enjoys an elevated position which commands beautiful views over the Dee Valley. 

The period feel of the home is enhanced by well thought out decor, complimenting features such as original floor tiling, panelled doors and fabulous fireplaces.

With good sized gardens and a garage, it’s worth noting that this property has been extended to the rear to provide an enviable level of family living accommodation. 

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7.) Hallyards Cottage, Banchory 

Hallyards Cottage, Banchory

Located on the edge of the popular Deeside town of Banchory and within walking distance of the High Street, shops, local tourist attractions and transport amenities, this former coach house, dating back circa 1900, is full of character.

The lounge features an exposed stonework fireplace with wood burning stove inset, and the kitchen, with peninsular breakfast bar, has charming exposed ceiling beams. With attractive, well thought-out gardens there is as much to love outside as there is inside.

Something to note is the handy wood store and semi-detached timber garage located opposite the property which currently serves as a workshop and may be ideal for a DIY enthusiast in search of their own work space. 

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8.) Park House, 24 Duthie Road, Tarves

Park House, 24 Duthie Road, Tarves

Next up, is this immaculate five bedroom detached dwellinghouse situated in the village of Tarves. This stunning home has been finished to an extremely high specification whilst maintaining excellent energy efficiency through modern build standards and solar panels. 

Tastefully decorated throughout, the bright pops of colour coupled with the fantastic modern features make this home a rare find. The outside space is designed for entertaining with a spacious outbuilding transformed into a games room, a beautiful pergola and a decking area - perfect for hosting guests!

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9.) Earlsmohr, 85 High Street, Inverurie

Earlsmohr, 85 High Street, Inverurie

Located in the heart of Inverurie, Earlsmohr still retains many of its fine architectural characteristics and charm of its time. 

Spanning three levels, there are four double bedrooms, each served by an en-suite, and a wealth of entertaining and relaxing space with feature fireplaces add a feeling of warmth and comfort to the public rooms. 

Cleverly concealed behind a door, a secondary stairwell leads to the attic level which has a large landing area with storage cupboards and bathroom with a shower cubicle and WC. An exceptionally spacious games room/ bedroom, with endless possibilities for use, has exposed roof beams, ceiling spotlights and is wired for all the latest technology. 

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10.) Glenbardie House, 42 Braemar Road, Ballater

Glenbardie House, 42 Braemar Road, Ballater

Our final property in the top 10 most viewed is an impressive and prominent 19th century, 6 bedroom period home, nestled in the heart of Ballater, Royal Deeside. 

One of the most notable features of Glenbardie House, which was built by an Aberdeen ship owner, is the fairytale-esque octagonal tower to the rear of the property from where spectacular views over the beautiful surroundings can be enjoyed. With many traditional features typical of a grand Victorian residence still evident, such as ornate cornicing, deep skirtings and wrought iron balustrades, this property is ideal for those looking for a property full of character.

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