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Kincardine O-Neil

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Kincardine O-Neil

Kincardine O'Neil is an attractive historical village in Royal Deeside, located near the northern bank of the River Dee. It is just under five miles to the east of Aboyne, and within commuting distance from Aberdeen city centre, which is 25 miles to the east.

History of Kincardine O'Neil

One of the oldest villages in the desirable Royal Deeside area, Kincardine O'Neil - known locally as Kinker - has been the location of a small settlement since the 17th Century, developing further with the opening of a new bridge over the Dee in the 1820s. Most of the buildings in Kincardine O'Neil are over a century old, and the village was declared a conservation area in 1978. There has been little in the way of new development in recent years, and the village retains its striking historical charm. The current population of Kincardine O'Neil is fewer than 500, and the village has a good selection of local amenities including a post office and local shop with nearby Aboyne and Banchory also offering further choice.


c. 500 people

Distance from Aberdeen

25 miles


Bus service from Aberdeen


Primary School

Kincardine O'Neil School

Secondary Schools

Aboyne Academy 

Additional information

Average cost of a three-bedroom home: £201,500

Average Floor area of three bedroom home: 92m2 / 1022ft2

Derived from Quarter One 2021 property sales in the area.

Things to do in Kincardine O'Neil 

Surrounded by open countryside and farmland, Kincardine O'Neil offers a superb quality of life for its residents, with an abundance of ways to enjoy the surrounding countryside including cycling, salmon fishing and walking routes - with the village forming a stop along the Deeside Way between Aboyne and Banchory. For fans of energetic outdoor activities, nearby Deeside Activity Park offers a range of options including quad biking and orienteering.

There is also a superb selection of golf courses in Royal Deeside to choose from, with Lumphanan, Aboyne, Inchmarlo and Banchory all in easy reach of Kincardine O’Neil. And of course the village's proximity to the Cairngorms National Park just a few miles to the west also means that some of the most dramatic scenery Scotland has to offer is just a short distance away, as well as a fantastic choice of historic sites, museums and attractions.

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