It’s pretty in pink for princesses
House lives up to street name
SELDOM has a residential street had a more appropriate name. That’s because Princess Drive is home to the Rennies’ three little princesses, with their bedrooms decorated in glorious pink. And when the time came to settle down in her first family home, for mum Catherine there was just one area of Aberdeen worth considering. The senior staff nurse at ARI said: “I was raised in Dyce, and would never have even considered moving outwith the area. “I love the fact my two eldest daughters attend the same primary school as I did. “The area is amazing, and with so many amenities close by its the only place for my family to be.” Catherine, 41, and husband, Alan, 36, a radiology department assistant, moved into their lovely move far, and are looking to expand so Olivia can also have her own space. “We have loved living here, and hope whoever moves in is as happy as we have been,” said Catherine. flooring,” said Catherine. “But I take care of hanging wallpaper.” While the Rennies will be reluctant to leave, they don’t intend to three-bedroom, endterraced home nearly a decade ago, and were thrilled to have so much space and extra bedrooms. Within a few years they welcomed daughters, Lucy, 9, and Daisy, 5, to the fold – and more recently Olivia, 3, came along. The home includes lounge, dining area, kitchen, three bedrooms, and bathroom. Catherine and Alan have put a fair amount of work into the property. “Alan is handy with a paintbrush, and he also laid the laminate
ARM-IN-ARM: From left, Olivia, Catherine, Daisy, Lucy and Alan Rennie.
END TERRACE: The home at Princess Drive, Dyce.
“The area is amazing”