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Self-Contained Properties in Converted 17th Century Mansion Now Available to Rent
House hunters are being given the opportunity to experience the mansion-living lifestyle without the high end price tag in rural Aberdeen.
For those seeking a property to rent with a difference, 3 Auchlunies House is a stunning, self-contained three bedroom apartment which makes up part of a converted mansion house.
This 17th century two storey mansion is a B-listed building situated on the quiet and private Auchlunies Estate, which was converted to apartments in the late 1970s. Its adjoining grounds are for the benefit of all its tenants and are maintained by the Estate.
Two further properties are also available to rent on the Estate – 2 Auchlunies House, a self-contained two bedroom apartment and 1 Terrace Cottage, a spacious three bedroom cottage located within the private grounds.
Auchlunies is situated just six miles west of Aberdeen and is therefore in good commuting distance for anyone who works in the city, but prefers the tranquillity of the countryside in the evening and at weekends. It is also just ten minutes from Bridge of Dee and 15 minutes from Portlethen.
The three properties are currently available to rent with Aberdeen-based Land and Estate Agents Bell Ingram for £650 pcm for 1 Terrace Cottage, £695 pcm for 2 Auchlunies House and £850 pcm for 3 Auchlunies House.
Michelle Stephen, Assistant Land Agent at Bell Ingram’s Aberdeen office, said: “These three properties offer not-to-be-missed opportunities for any house hunters keen to have their own slice of a converted mansion house, without the high monthly cost.
“We have one two bedroom apartment, one three bedroom apartment and one three bedroom cottage available, which would all suit a young professional couple, a young family or downsizers alike.
“What’s more, all the properties come unfurnished which gives prospective tenants the chance to really make their own mark on the space, and the fact that the expansive grounds are welcome to be used by all those living on the Estate is a rarely available feature of rented homes, and a huge benefit, particularly for families.
“All three properties offer the best of both worlds in terms of accessibility – boasting a peaceful setting which guarantees privacy, while its close proximity to the thriving city of Aberdeen provides the perfect mix of both urban and rural facilities.”
With the exception of the porch and attic room, 3 Auchlunies House is all on the first floor and consists of a porch/sunroom, spacious living room, three bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom and an attic room.
2 Auchlunies House is set over two floors and comprises a kitchen/diner, living room, WC and bathroom, with its two bedrooms located on the first floor.
1 Terrace Cottage is part of a terraced row constructed at the site of the mansion’s stables in the 1970s. It features three bedrooms, a dining kitchen, living room, bathroom, garage and a small private garden.
Viewings are strictly by appointment only and can be arranged through Bell Ingram’s Aberdeen office on 01224 621 300.
Established 117 years ago, Bell Ingram has 130 professional staff across 11 UK offices including: farm, estate and forestry managers; chartered surveyors, estate agents, architects, planners, and building surveyors; and tourism, GIS mapping, and renewable energy specialists.
Published on 16th January 2017