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Convert to this stunner; With Maggie Barry THROUGH THE KEYHO LE.

IMAGINATION and an eye for detail sets The Steading at Woodside of Cloghill in Kingswells apart.

Set in its own landscaped grounds, this converted detached steading provides space for family living minutes from Aberdeen.

The accommodation is over two levels with much of the ground floor given to the stunning family room/kitchen/dining room.

Limestone flooring runs from the kitchen, with its archway, through to the rest of the open plan rooms. Appliances include an integrated AGA, fan assisted oven, wine fridge and American style stainless steel fridge.

Through the archway into the family area there is a brickwork fireplace with a full height chimney breast. There is space for large sofas and the TV is hidden behind cupboard doors.

The family room leads to the dining area with its vaulted ceiling and view over the garden. A further formal dining room that can seat 10 is also on this floor. A shower room, utility room and two guest bedrooms - one ensuite - complete the accommodation here.

Upstairs is an L-shaped sitting room and the master bedroom with stairs leading to a dressing area and ensuite with a free standing bath and floor to ceiling windows.

The family bathroom is finished in duck egg blue and there are two more bedrooms and another bathroom on this floor.

Outside is a patio that catches the sun all day and carefully tended gardens.

Galbraith. Offers There's a brickwork fireplace with full height chimney breast

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Grand10 can be seated in the formal dining area

Island living The kitchen is great for breakfast time

Family space The huge living room

Sun trap The Steading is stunning from the outside with gardens and a patio area that bathe in sunlight
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