Property for sale in Aberdeenshire
Aberdeenshire is a historic county in Northern Scotland. The area is paradise for nature lovers seeking to enjoy the outdoors, or for anyone looking for an attractive fishing village or quiet town in which to make their home. Browse our properties for sale below, or contact us if you need help finding your ideal place to live.
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CCL are delighted to offer a fantastic opportunity to acquire a spacious family home set within approximately 4 acres of land, in the picturesque countryside in hamlet of Kininmonth near Mintlaw. The lovely detached four bedroom property is set back from the main road with an open aspect and with fantastic views from all round the property,
An excellent opportunity has arisen to purchase a substantial farm steading and out buildings on a beautiful and elevated site with southerly views. Colquhonnie Steading is suitable for conversion, subject to the necessary planning permissions, into a number of high quality residential units.
CCL are delighted to offer for sale this traditional three bedroom cottage in the popular and desirable coastal village of Gardenstown. The property offers spacious family accommodation on two floors, with a large basement/net store underneath accessed from the outside. Attached to house is an annex which comprises of open plan kitchen/lounge with a shower room leading off and an open stairs to the attic room, which is...
BELOW HOME REPORT VALUE CCL are pleased to offer for sale this delightful three bedroom townhouse in the picturesque coastal town of Macduff. The detached property spans two floors and offers spacious light accommodation comprising Living Room, Dining Room, utility room, kitchen, bathroom and 3 Double Bedrooms. On street parking available to the front and large, easily maintained garden to the rear. Double glazing and...
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