10 Mar 2020
A contemporary extension has given a period home in Aberdeen West End a new lease of life.
Victorian homes are admired for their imposing frontages and intricate decorative features, but often lack light-filled, spacious kitchens the whole family can gather in.
This, however, is not a concern for Number 104 Desswood Place.
The impressive, angular extension is one of the many upgrades that's been carried out by the current owners, and it showcases a number of note-worthy features.
The vaulted roof is timeless and bold, while the floor-to-ceiling patio doors/windows engulf the room in natural light - and only make the high-gloss units shine brighter.
Extending to 31sqm with more than enough room for dining and reclining furniture, they've truly created a family-centred space.
Moving through the house across three floors, there's a perfect balance of contemporary and traditional: restored period features give a nod to the property's heritage, while upgraded gas central heating system and double glazing provide the modern comforts today's house-hunters desire.
There are seven bedrooms, three reception rooms and a number of bathrooms/en-suites to admire, as well as a landscaped garden and desirable secure parking area with electric roller shutter door.
Located just off Fountainhall Road in the heart of the West End, this is a rare opportunity to purchase a large family home in one of Aberdeen's most sought-after locations.
The property is currently marketed by Aberdein Considine's Union Street office and the current owners are inviting offers over £665,000.Book a Viewing