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Rhicuillin is a superb detached family home occupying an elevated south facing position within the desirable and private Golfview Road in Bieldside. The large accommodation has a simple, yet expansive, layout ensuring it exceeds the demands for spacious family ...
Rhicuillin is a superb detached family home occupying an elevated south facing position within the desirable and private Golfview Road in Bieldside. The large accommodation has a simple, yet expansive, layout ensuring it exceeds the demands for spacious family living and was originally created with a clear symmetrical design ensuring balance and flow throughout the home. Extremely versatile rooms, large windows and endless space combine to create a wonderful home spanning two levels. The present owners have meticulously maintained Rhicuillin, and careful attention has been given to retain the original character, yet introduce modern features throughout. Neutral décor continues through most of the home, combined with quality flooring choices that will no doubt allow any potential buyer the opportunity to simply walk in. The outdoor space extends mostly to the front of the property maximising the southerly aspect, while a private sheltered patio area lies to the rear. Ample parking is catered for by the extensive driveway leading up to the property and at the front of the garden as the property boundary extends to the middle of Golfview Road. There is also a detached single garage with electricity and a small driveway.
Enter from the side of the property into the porch, which in turn leads you through to the large reception hall; a large open space which provides individual access to most of the rooms on the ground floor level. Storage is provided by a built in cupboard and a further under stair cupboard. The first room one will reach is the impressive lounge with stunning open views to the south through the large window and the original open fire is a lovely feature. Also with a position to the front is the separate formal dining room which is generous and versatile with open views. To the far end of the house is the open plan sitting room & kitchen with large front facing windows. This room is really the hub of the home given its large size extending the depth of the original house and creates a comfortable family sitting area and clearly defined kitchen/dining area. There is a generous amount of working and storage space in the kitchen, all provided by quality units and work tops. Of particular note is the walk-in shelved larder, a great feature of any home. Doors to the front patio are accessed via both the lounge and sitting room. Accessed from the far end of the kitchen is the extremely large utility room that was part of an extension to the property in 1992. This is a very practical room for utility appliances, shoes, boot & coat storage and a vast amount of storage cupboard space. There is also an external door leading to the rear garden. Returning to the main reception hall you will find a home office, which has also proven ideal as a fifth bedroom and finally on this level, there is a toilet with two piece suite. Original hardwood floors are seen throughout the ground floor.
Moving upstairs you will notice the 2 original stained glass windows that lead to an exceptionally large landing giving individual access to all the rooms upstairs. As you enter the master bedroom you can immediately appreciate the amount of space and the open southerly views with windows to the front and side of the house. The walk in wardrobe provides excellent storage and there is an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom also overlooks the front and is a full sized double bedroom of generous proportions. The third bedroom also has a south facing aspect again with windows to the front and side of the house and with built in wardrobes. Finally, the forth bedroom is to the rear and is a full sized double bedroom with 2 windows and built in storage. Completing the accommodation is the main family bathroom with jacuzzi bath and separate shower and a separate toilet with two piece suite.
The floored loft space is accessed from a hatch on the upper landing and has both ladder access and electricity.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Rhicuillin has wonderful extensive gardens that mainly extend to the front of home to fully appreciate the southerly aspect. Bound by hedging and walls to provide privacy, the garden has a rolling lawn and lying nearest to the house is a large patio area extending the width of the property. The garden to the rear is particularly sheltered and private with a further large patio area and additional tiered level. The raised area is currently designed for growing vegetable and fruit, and there are steps and a secure gate giving rear external access from the garden. There is also a shed with electricity. The long driveway leading up to the house provides ample off street parking and located at the far end of the front garden is a detached single garage complete with electricity.
Heating Gas Central Heating
Windows Double Glazed approx. 4 years ago
Water - Mains
Electricity - Mains
The EPC rating for Rhicuillin is D.
COUNCIL TAX BANDING
The council tax banding for Rhicuillin is H.
VIEWING AND FURTHER INFORMATION
Viewing is by arrangement only, all enquiries or requests for further information should be directed to the Sole Selling Agents, Galbraith, 337 North Deeside Road, Cults, AB15 9SP. Telephone enquiries should be made to Hannah Christiansen or Amy Price on 01224 860 710 or by email to Aberdeen@galbraithgroup.com
From Aberdeen, follow the A93 North Deeside Road through Cults and into Bieldside. At the traffic lights just before the Bieldside Inn, turn left down Station Road, and first left again into Golfview Road. The property is located on the left hand side.
Located in the sought after suburb of Bieldside, to the west of Aberdeen, Golfview Road is a highly desirable location situated within minutes walking distance of the Bieldside amenities. These include a shop, café and the ever popular Bieldside Inn. In addition there are a range of local clubs and leisure activities, with the tree lined old Deeside Railway line only a short walk away proving popular with walkers, cyclists and joggers alike. Bieldside is also well known for its schools with primary and secondary education catered for at Cults Primary School & Cults Academy, only a short walk away, and The International School of Aberdeen is located nearby at Pitfodels. Also located very close is the renowned Deeside Golf Club.
The city centre with its wide range of shops, restaurants and bars is a short 4 miles from Bieldside and provides all the leisure, recreational and entertainment facilities expected from the oil capital of Europe. It also provides good transport links with a mainline railway station and is host to an airport providing both domestic and international flights.