Serving the town of Peterhead in Aberdeenshire is our Queen Street branch which is managed by Branch Manager, Laura Douglas. Services offered at this branch include lettings, estate agency, financial advice and our full range of legal services.
40 & 42 Queen Street
DX: DX 521370 PETERHEAD
Viewings and valuations are available outwith these hours.
Phone: 01779 475365
Fax: 01779 478780
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We are proud to offer clients the support of some of Aberdeenshire’s most experienced property professionals from our estate agency and lettings office in Peterhead. We also offer our full range of legal and independent financial services from the site.
Market activity in the final quarter of 2021 in and around Peterhead continued to be busy although, as usual, December does slow down a little.
There continues to be high demand in the usual areas. Two to three bed ex local authority or similar size properties ranging from around £100,000 to £170,000 are most popular. If in excellent condition, they do tend to fly off the shelf.
The slightly larger properties up to the £250,000 level will also generally sell well, especially if prices are keen and again, if the property is well presented.
There remains demand for rural properties from both local buyers and buyers coming into the area including from England which has helped to keep prices at a good level.
There is still an appetite for new build houses and there are several developments in the area, often with deals to be had from the developer for the buyer.
With a range of mortgage deals available and interest rates remaining low, this is an ideal time to think about getting on the housing ladder for the first time or exploring the chance to move to a larger property.
As pretty much all restrictions are removed and the economy beginning to open up, we could be looking at a busy spring market.
Peterhead and the surrounding market has a healthy turnaround of rental properties which continued into the 4th quarter of 2021. Those in good condition and realistically priced are usually snapped up quickly. There are plenty enquiries still for properties to rent.
Smaller flats and houses, especially around the town centre, which are not in tip top condition can struggle a little, but again, at the right price, they will lease out.
Properties which are modern and presented well generally retain tenants’ much longer and command higher rents.
There is still a lack of stock due to the quick turnaround and there is always a need for new properties to bring to the lease market.
Demand continues to be high and we remain positive the leasing market will be another vibrant one over the next quarter.
Boddam is a coastal fishing village on the A90 approximately 28 miles north of Aberdeen which is ideal for commuting to the city, the airport and nearby towns such as Ellon. The village has a range of amenities including a shop, restaurants, a post office and a primary school. There is also access to the new Buchan Braes Business Centre which has a dentist, beautician, nursery, kids soft play, gym and much more. There are also two hotels. Secondary schooling is in nearby Peterhead along with a range of shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities. It has a harbour which is used for small craft and the famous lighthouse although the lighthouse keeper’s cottages are now used for holidays.
Mintlaw is a charming village on the A952 approximately 28 miles north of Aberdeen and is a busy central hub, ideal for commuting to the city, the airport and nearby towns such as Peterhead, Fraserburgh and Ellon. There are good bus routes to all surrounding areas as well as Aberdeen and there is also a Park & Ride facility at Ellon which a lot of commuters regularly use to travel to the city. There is superb countryside, woodland walks and an abundance of wildlife nearby as well as the popular Aden Country Park. Extensive amenities include a good range of shops, a garden centre and cafe, takeaways, pubs, hotels with restaurants, library, primary and secondary schooling, a health centre, dentist, bowling club and the recently opened community centre offers activities for children. This is popular and busy village in central Buchan and is popular with young and old alike.
Only a short drive from Peterhead and Mintlaw, Longside is a popular village with a good sense of community. There are two shops, a 19 hole golf course, golf and football ocial clubs, a tennis club, two churches, two garages, a hairdresser and a superb state-of the art primary school with senior schooling at nearby Mintlaw. it is well within commuting distance of Aberdeen and the Airport at Dyce and many commuters use the Park & Ride facility at Ellon.
St Fergus is a quiet village about 4.5 miles north of Peterhead. It has a range of amenities including a primary school , car sales and a lounge bar. There is a sheltered housing development and the village is in two parts, St Fergus itself and the Kirktown area. There is a mix of housing and there is a bus route from Peterhead to Fraserburgh. Peterhead is only a short drive away which has a much wider range of amenities such as supermarkets, a community centre, secondary school and a range of shops. Scotstown beach is a short distance away which provides great seaside walks.
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