King Street
Aberdeen, AB24

King Street

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Guide price:£55,000
Ends 15th August 2022 at 3PM
  • Traditional
  • Parking:Zone
  • Council Tax Band:A
  • Ideal Investment Flat
  • Potential yield of 8%
  • Excellent move in condition
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed windows
  • Recently upgraded communal areas
  • Great sized Rooms
  • Terrific city centre location close to university
  • Top Floor Flat
  • Pre-auction offers welcomed


Tenure: Freehold

Fantastic one bedroom top floor flat which forms in immaculate condition.  Property forms part of a well maintained granite building in a popular City Centre location. The communal areas have recently been upgraded and are protected by a security entry system.

This flat is in excellent move in condition with fresh décor and self coloured flooring, the accommodation comprises: hall; living room; fitted kitchen; double bedroom; bathroom with an over bath shower; small loft area.

Realistic rent in this area is £475pcm giving an annual income of £5,700 and offering an excellent potential yield of over 10% if achieved for guide price.

Heating is provided by a gas central heating system and all windows are double glazed. 

entrance: The building is accessed via a security entry system.

hall: Exterior door leads to the hall; wall mounted gas meter and fuse box; coat hooks; telephone point; wall mounted security entry handset; smoke detector; hatch gives access to the loft space; fitted carpet.

living room: 3.74m x 3.55m (12'3" x 11'7") plus window recess approx.  Pleasant living room with a bay style, double glazed sash and case windows to the front of the building; built in storage cupboard; ceiling cornice; spotlight fitting; fitted carpet; radiator.

kitchen: 3.65m x 1.80m (11'11" x 5'10") plus window recess approx.  Well equipped kitchen fitted with a range of base units linked by work surfaces and ceramic wall tiles; built in oven; chimney style cooker hood; fridge; freezer; washing machine; 1.5 stainless steel sink and drainer with a mixer tap; built in cupboard houses the central heating boiler; spotlights; bay style, double glazed windows to the rear of the building; telephone point; vinyl flooring; radiator.

bedroom: 4.45m x 2.30m (14'7" x 7'6") approx.  Bright bedroom with a front aspect; ceiling cornice; pendant light fitting; fitted carpet; radiator.

bathroom: Fitted with a white three-piece suite complete with an overbath mixer shower and a shower curtain; ceramic tiles behind W.C, sink and bath; extractor fan; wall mirror; medicine cabinet; spotlight fitting; vinyl flooring; radiator.

loft: There is a small loft space accessed from the hall.


garden: There is a well maintained, shared garden to the rear of the building.

parking: Residents’ can apply for a parking permit from Aberdeen City Council for which there is a yearly charge.

Location Situated in a good position on King Street, the property is in close proximity to Aberdeen University. A wealth of amenities including restaurants, shops and recreational facilities including the Arts centre and Aberdeen’s beach boulevard are all within walking distance. Regular public transport is readily available to most parts of the City and the Linksfield Sports Village is within walking distance with RGU accessible by a regular bus service.

Photos provided by seller

In the event of an offer being accepted the following charges will be payable immediately:-

Buyers Fee £3,000

Deposit to the sum of 10% of the sale price.

EPC rating: D. Council tax band: A, Tenure: Freehold,




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