Caters for mod­ern life

LIV­ING West­ern sub­urb has good range of ameni­ties

Evening Express (City Final) - Home Life - - NEW HOMES -

IF YOU are look­ing for an affordable lo­ca­tion with good ac­cess to lo­cal ameni­ties, con­sider Garthdee. A short dis­tance from the city cen­tre, this part of Aberdeen has got ev­ery­thing you could need for mod­ern life. Asda and Sains­bury’s are nearby at Bridge of Dee, along with B&Q, Boots and PC World. And Hol­burn Street is right on your doorstep with the plethora of in­de­pen­dent shops it of­fers. From con­ve­nience store to off li­censes and health shops to cloth­ing out­lets, ev­ery­thing you can think of is right here, with­out hav­ing to ven­ture to the cen­tre of town. And when it comes to leisure and en­ter­tain­ment, you will find cafes, bars, restau­rants and sports fa­cil­i­ties, all within a short walk. Aberdeen Snows­ports Cen­tre is here of­fer­ing ev­ery­thing from ski-ing and snow­board­ing to tub­ing. And the David Lloyd Club is here too, with its range of sport­ing fa­cil­i­ties, in­clud­ing swim­ming pool and gym, plus a good restau­rant. One of the main draws of liv­ing in Garthdee is its prox­im­ity to Robert Gor­don Univer­sity. And whether it’s a stu­dent look­ing for an affordable flat­share, or a fam­ily with older

AMENI­TIES: Robert Gor­don Univer­sity and, be­low, the re­tail on of­fer near Garthdee.

RE­ALLY COOL: Aberdeen Snows­ports Cen­tre.

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