1 Bedroom Flat For Sale 

37 Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen AB25

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DateAverage price+/-
Jul 2017£0-
Jul 2018£149,466+Infinity%
Jul 2019£128,546--14.00%
Jul 2020£129,368+0.64%
Jul 2021£93,486--27.74%
Jul 2022£103,586+10.80%

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Property features

  • Date added: 21st September 2019
  • Listed £5,000 below home report value
  • First floor flat
  • One bedroom
  • Spacious lounge with open fire
  • Large modern shower room
  • Large communal garden
  • Exclusive basement & external cupboard
  • Popular location
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
*Listed £5,000 Below Home Report Value* This first floor apartment is well located within the Rosemount area of Aberdeen. The well presented and tastefully decorated accommodation comprises of: Common Entrance, Hallway, bright and spacious Lounge, well designed modern Kitchen, Double Bedroom, and spacious modern Shower Room. The property is heated with a Gas Central Heating System and benefits with Double Glazed windows. In addition it offers and exclusive basement, wired smoke and heat detectors, useful clothes pulley, exclusive external cupboard, and a large communal garden. The furniture is also available and this can be negotiated if required.

Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate not only the property‘s notable position within this ever popular address, also the high standard that prevail throughout.
Communal entrance

Accessed via a security door leading to a staircase to all floors, the property is located on the first floor

Leading to all rooms;

A bright, generously proportioned room with window to the front, two alcoves providing storage. The room is decorated in neutral colours, with carpeted flooring and provides ample room for dining. Benefits from a beautiful open fireplace as the focal point, giving this room added character;

A stylish modern fitted kitchen incorporating a range of gloss wall and base units, coordinated worktops and tiled splash back areas. Integrated gas hob, electric oven and fan, freestanding washing machine and fridge freezer.

Double bedroom with window to the rear. To one side there is a fitted wardrobe with bi-fold doors. The room is decorated in neutral colours with a grey feature wall, enhanced with wood laminate flooring.
Shower room

This is a good sized room with a modern suite including: Large shower enclosure with floor to ceiling Aqua Panelling, white toilet and wash hand basin. Decorated in grey tones and coordinated flooring.


Exclusive basement and external store, large communal garden.

Pleasantly situated within the heart of the Rosemount Area, this appealing first floor Flat forms part of a traditional granite built tenement dating back to the early 1900‘s. The property is well served with local shops and amenities including the Denburn Health Centre, His Majesty‘s Theatre and walking distance to the City Centre. There are many varied, individual retail shops, delicatessens, coffee shops etc in the immediate vicinity.

Aberdeen is a port city in northeast Scotland, where the Dee and Don rivers meet the North Sea. With an offshore petroleum industry, the city is home to an international population. It‘s also known as the ‘Granite City’ for its many sparkling grey-stone buildings. The 19th-Century Marischal College is typical – a monumental Victorian landmark that’s now headquarters of the City Council. There are lots to do: Shopping, entertainment, dining out, churches, libraries, leisure facilities, fabulous parks and much more. There are excellent schools and transport links. It is also home to a lovely, long sandy beach with paved promenade, popular for its range of leisure and fun activities and scenic walks – perfect all year round.

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