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Aberdeen Estate Agents, Dyce

Aberdein Considine

Contact information for Scotland’s leading national law firm, solicitor estate and letting agent. Aberdein Considine, 115 Victoria Street, Dyce, Aberdeen.


115 Victoria Street, Dyce


AB21 7AX

DX: DX 551960 DYCE

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Phone: 01224 723737

Fax: 01224 724867

Twitter: @AC_Dyce

Google+: 115 Victoria Street

Email: ask@acandco.com

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Meet the team

We are proud to offer clients the support of some of Aberdeen’s most experienced property professionals from our estate agency and lettings office in Dyce. We also offer our full range of legal and independent financial services from the site.

Sale market

As we head towards the end of 2018, this year could be described as reasonably tough period for the property market. It continues to be very sluggish, with no significant uplift in sale figures, since the start of the year.

There doesn’t appear to be any particular trend with regard to what price bracket is selling best, but there is no doubt that the best presented properties, or any just that little bit different are attracting the most interest.

Stock levels continue to be high, with the market being flooded with one and two bed flats across the area. At the moment, first time buyers are able to buy flats at prices not seen for many years, so purchasers should consider buying now, before they miss out.

New properties coming to the market are seeing the most activity, as they are tending to come on at a more realistic asking price.

With a sense of optimism returning to the oil and gas sector and confidence growing, if you’re looking to buy, it may best to explore the market sooner rather than later, before prices begin to rise.

2018 may not be going out with a bang, but it may very well be the year that people will look back and wish they had got on the property ladder. Don’t get left behind.

Lettings update

The summer saw a busy market for viewings, offers and lets, with the majority of those properties letting well being modern two flats with parking. With winter approaching, the rental market remains strong for tenants looking to secure flats and houses within the Dyce and Bridge of Don areas.

It is a challenging market, due to tenants having more choice, however as long as landlords keep their rental prices realistic and competitive, viewings and offers will follow. Properties also need to be well presented, and in good repairable, clean condition to appeal at the viewing stage, as it is very much a tenant’s market at the moment.

All properties, ranging from 1 bedroom flats to larger 4/5 bed houses, do receive several viewings prior to securing tenants. Rural properties and towns on the outskirts of Aberdeen, are also finding tenants but with the winter approaching this might slow down.

The rental market in the Dyce is unlikely to return to the high rental previous achieved, however we feel the rental figures have stabilized over the course of 2018 and there appears to be optimism and confidence growing within the oil and gas sector, therefore this might impact the rental market in 2019.

Living in

Bridge of Don

Bridge of Don is a popular suburb situated to the north side of Aberdeen and linked to the City by excellent commuter roads and public transport facilities. There are a wide range of amenities within the area including a variety of shops with an ASDA supermarket close at hand and a 24 hour Tesco Extra nearby in Danestone. The area also features an excellent choice of primary and secondary schools within a comfortable distance.

Residents in Bridge of Don are not short of things to do, with recreational facilities including a swimming pool, playing fields and 18 hole golf courses. The area is particularly convenient for the office and industrial complexes at Bridge of Don, Dyce and Aberdeen Airport. The new Diamond Bridge crossing gives easy access to Aberdeen University and there is a regular bus service to the city centre and Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.


Danestone is a small village-like area of Aberdeen and part of the suburb of Bridge of Don. The village is relatively new and the area was used for farmland until the late 1990s. It has now been developed into a thriving residential area, and provides detached and semi-detached homes and bungalows.

There is a small shopping complex within Danestone, made up of a Tesco Extra with a Subway store, sunbed shop, travel agent and hairdresser. The local Bannatyne Health Club offers facilities for keeping fit and socialising and the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre is nearby for attending concerts and events.

Danestone is within easy commuting distance to Aberdeen Airport and the office and industrial complexes in Bridge of Don and Dyce. Education is provided for at Danestone Primary and the local secondary school is Bridge of Don Academy.


Dyce is a very popular residential area lying to the north of the City with ample shopping and recreational facilities including a community centre, swimming pool, library, squash club, bowling club, and excellent primary and secondary educational facilities. Dyce is also well served by numerous business sports clubs and associations.

The industrial estates of both Bridge of Don and Dyce are close at hand, as is the city centre some 6 miles away. Dyce is well served by public transport including a regular train link to Aberdeen centre. Stoneywood is within short walking distance and has a newly opened Co-op and an M&S Foodhall.


The residential area of Stoneywood is situated on the outskirts of Aberdeen, midway between Bucksburn and Dyce. Stoneywood is a thriving commuter area and most properties are within walking distance of local bus links running directly to the city.

The village has the added benefit of local shops, with the newly built Co-op supermarket and Marks & Spencer food hall and cafe. In addition, the Craighaar Hotel, Woodend Bar and Bankhead Inn are all in close proximity for lunch or an evening meal. Local schooling is available at Stoneywood Primary and Bucksburn Academy. Situated only a few minutes’ drive from Stoneywood is Dyce where there is a handy rail link into the city. There is also a large Asda superstore with various shops, banks and hotels.


Bucksburn is a well-established residential area, named after the stream that flows through it. Many properties in the area offer views of the pleasant countryside that borders the village. The surrounding greenery provides the opportunity for outdoor activities, with Kirkhill Forest and Brimmond Hill perfect options for afternoon walks.

Bucksburn enjoys excellent amenities including shops, a swimming pool, community centre, and primary and secondary education. The city centre is easily accessible by car or public transport and the village is well placed for easy commuting to the office and industrial complexes located in Bridge of Don, Dyce and Aberdeen Airport.


Newmachar is an attractive village set in the beautiful countryside to the north west of Aberdeen. The village has two shops, two pubs, a baker, a chip-shop, a pharmacy and a primary school. The local Newmachar Golf Club is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike and the Newmachar Hotel provides a great spot for locals.

New Machar School provides primary education for families with children and secondary education is catered for at Dyce academy, just four miles away. Newmachar is just ten miles from the city centre where there is a vast wealth of amenities including cinemas and theatres, bus and rail links, shopping malls and famed parks and gardens.


Blackburn is a popular village lying within easy commuting distance, by car or public transport, of Aberdeen city. It is also a short drive from Aberdeen International Airport, and the oil related offices at Bridge of Don, Dyce, Kingswells and Westhill.

The soon to be completed Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) will facilitate easy access to areas both north and south of Aberdeen, and the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre which is scheduled for completion in 2018.

Within the village amenities include pre-school and primary education, a general store serving everyday needs, a hotel, and a village hall which hosts various recreational activities. A wider choice of retail and leisure facilities is available in Aberdeen, or Inverurie, some eight miles away by dual carriageway.


Balmedie is a thriving and expanding village to the north of Aberdeen, with its scenic beaches and country parks. The long wide beach is bordered by an extensive dune system that stretches 14 miles from Aberdeen to just north of Newburgh. Residents can walk along the beach for several miles, with a car park and facilities including a ranger centre, toilet and shops nearby.

For families, there is a choice of schools in the surrounding areas including Balmedie School, Foveran School and Newburgh Mathers School. The area is well served by local amenities including a leisure centre and a variety of local shops. Balmedie lies nine miles north of Aberdeen and is within easy reach of the airport and oil related companies at Bridge of Don and Dyce.


Potterton is a small village two miles to the south-west of Balmedie. It is just seven miles north of Aberdeen city and is extremely well placed for ease of access to the business and industrial sites at Bridge of Don and Dyce, as well as Aberdeen's International Airport. For those with children, transport is provided directly from Potterton to Balmedie Primary School and Bridge of Don Academy.

As a small village, Potterton has a great sense of community with regular events and fundraising projects organised by the Potterton Community Group. Potterton also has a village pub and a corner shop and is within easy access of some of the region's finest beauty spots including Haddo House and Balmedie Beach.


Belhelvie is a small attractive village only nine miles from the centre of Aberdeen. There is a frequent bus service to the city centre, and Dyce Airport is less than ten minutes drive away by car. The industrial estates of Dyce, Bridge of Don and Ellon are within easy commuting distance.

Belhelvie is located equidistant from both Potterton and Balmedie, which provide shops, a post office, garage, restaurants, pubs and leisure facilities. For days out, Balmedie Beach is only a ten minute drive away and there are several country parks nearby. Primary education is provided in Balmedie with secondary education at Bridge of Don Academy, for which public transport is also available.

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Fiona Riddell and her team in the Banchory office were friendly and professional. They helped make the process of buying and selling my property stress free.

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