54 Mansefield Place Aberdeen, AB11 8JR

Price over £90,000

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Aspc ref: 350044

1 Bedrooms 1 PublicRooms 1 Bathrooms 51 m2 EPC C

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SELF CONTAINED LOWER FLAT IN BLOCK OF FOUR

In the 1930s, a large area of Torry was laid out as a “Garden City” to relieve overcrowding in Aberdeen itself. The property is a part of this area. The lower flat in a famous Aberdeen “block of four” has, at the rear, an outlook over an open grassed area and small play areas. The accommodation which has gas central heating and double glazing comprises hall, lounge, with kitchen off, “divided” bedroom and bathroom. The exclusively owned area at the front and side of the flat is laid with gravel chips and at the rear, in the exclusive garden area there is a raised decked area and metal garden shed. There is a shared drying green. The price includes all appliances, light fittings and curtains.

A C C O M M O D A T I O N:- HALL; LOUNGE WITH KITCHEN OFF; DIVIDED BEDROOM; and BATHROOM. OUTSIDE: FRONT GARDEN LAID IN GRAVEL CHIPS. REAR GARDEN WITH RAISED DECKED AREA and METAL GARDEN SHED. SHARED DRYING GREEN.

EPC RATING: ENERGY EFFICIENCY C; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT D

COUNCIL TAX: BAND A

HOW TO GET THERE One of a number of ways to reach Torry is to travel west on Union Street, Holburn Street and Great Southern Road crossing the River Dee at King George VI Bridge. Take the first exit into West Tullos Road and the first exit at the next roundabout into Abbotswell Road. At the junction with Wellington Road regulated by traffic lights turn left and second right into Balnagask Road. Continue along Balnagask Road and turn left into Battock Place and follow Tullos Circle around part of Torry Academy into Mansefield Place. Number 54 is on the left hand side.

GENERAL Torry was originally a Royal Burgh in its own account until 1891 when, on the construction of Victoria Bridge, it was incorporated into the City of Aberdeen. Torry was long known for its connection with the City’s former fishing industry but now is closely connected with North Sea Oil which to the disappointment of many has swept away large parts of the original community. The houses in Torry are made up of typical Aberdeen tenements, larger granite built houses and Aberdeen’s “Garden City” which was built to provide housing for families moved out of their homes in Aberdeen itself. Mansefield Place is part of the “Garden City”. Being on the south side of the City, there is easy access to the Industrial Estates at Tullos and Altens and by way of the A90 to the every expanding Portlethen. Torry has its own golf course at Balnagask, the iconic Girdleness Lighthouse and Torry Battery, a favourite haunt of Sunday afternoon drivers who park and enjoy the panoramic view over the City, the harbour and the beach, and look out for dolphins.

A C C O M M O D A T I O N:-

The flat is entered from the door at the side of the block.

VESTIBULE Entered by a hardwood door with glazed panels. Laminate flooring. Central heating control panel.

ENTRANCE HALL From the vestibule, a hardwood glazed panelled door leads to the hall which gives access to the remaining accommodation. A large cupboard (5’ 8” x 2’ 6”) with light provides good storage.

LOUNGE (15’ 1” x 13’) Which is to the back of the flat, where a large double picture window overlooks the garden there. Feature electric fire in wooden surround. Plenty of space for freestanding furniture. Television point. Radiator. Laminate flooring An archway leads from the lounge to the -

FITTED KITCHEN (8’ 6” x 6’ 10”) With window overlooking the side of the flat and fitted with a good range of wood effect floor and wall units with contrasting work surfaces incorporating stainless steel sink with single drainer and mixer tap. Splashback tiling. The appliances here comprise gas hob with stainless steel fronted oven/grill and concealed extractor. Freestanding washing machine and fridge/freezer. Pulley. Window extractor. Vinyl flooring.

DIVIDED BEDROOM (15’ 4” x 9’ 11”) This large double bedroom with two windows to the front of the flat was originally a single room. A previous owner split the room into two separate areas. In the Single Survey Report, the Surveyor indicates that this is a basic conversion and reinstatement to the original accommodation is something which can be easily undertaken since the necessary works would not involve any structural element of the building.

The larger part (9’ 11” x 9’ 4”) has more than sufficient space for a double bed. There is a small fitted cupboard which houses the electricity meter. Radiator. Laminate flooring.

The smaller part (9’ 11” x 6’) has space for a single bed but could also be used for a study, dressing room, child’s bedroom or storage, and has along one wall a triple fronted wardrobe with hanging and shelved storage. The central heating boiler and the gas meter are situated in part of the wardrobe. Laminate flooring.

BATHROOM (6’ x 6’) With three piece white suite comprising WC, pedestal washhand basin and bath with “Mira” electric shower. Fully tiled. Radiator. Mosaic effect vinyl flooring.

OUTSIDE To the front of the flat, the exclusive area of garden is laid in gravel chips. A path leads by way of a gate to the back garden where on the area belonging exclusively to the flat is a raised decked area and metal garden shed.

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36 Albyn Place Aberdeen AB10 1YF

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