St Nicholas House, 68 Station Road
Aboyne 3, miles, Banchory 9, Aberdeen 27
A Farmhouse providing comfortable living for a family with 3/4 bedrooms and garden.
Spacious sitting room with open fire and double doors leading to a paved area.
Kitchen offers a selection of wall and base units. With views over the surrounding countryside. Neutral décor and fitted with down lights.
Utility rooms with sink, storage units.
Dining area with double doors to a paved area.
Easily maintained, fully enclosed garden mostly laid to lawn.
Mill of Dess Farmhouse has been given an Energy Performance Rating G.
Council Tax Band E
Oil Central Heating
Situation The Estate lies on the north side of the Dee valley with uninterrupted views over the valley to the Forest of Birse. Royal Deeside combines magnificent scenery with a wide variety of sporting, cultural and leisure facilities. For the sportsman the area could not be finer with shooting, fishing, stalking, golf, gliding and ski-ing all available in the locality. The area is well known for the quality of life, with beautiful forests, open moorland, traditional farming and clean air. The local village of Kincardine O Neil, the oldest village on Deeside, has a garage, village shop, small hotel and primary school. Further shopping and educational facilities are available in Aboyne and Banchory situated five and nine miles away respectively.
Deeside combines an excellent variety of sport with magnificent scenery, cultural attractions and a wide array of indoor and outdoor leisure pursuits.
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After an offer is accepted by the Landlord, which is subject to contract and acceptable references, a holding deposit equivalent to one weeks rent will be payable. This sum may be deducted from the total monies due prior to move in.
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The stated rent may not include all services, amenities or outgoings generally that may, by necessity or choice, be associated with the property. If there is any particular aspect of the property about which you would like further information, we invite you to discuss this with us, especially before you travel to view the property.