Castlepark is a development of 3, 4 & 5-bedroom family homes in the west of Aboyne, just a few minutes’ walk from the village’s secondary school and community centre, and with direct access to quiet footpaths and trails. Homes at Castlepark range from smaller bungalows to large two-storey homes, all with expansive open plan living areas ideal for families and entertaining. The development has a charming feel, with exteriors attractively finished in granite and cedar, with several properties set within fully turfed lawns and benefitting from an integrated garage.
Based around a pretty village green and situated just north of the River Dee, Aboyne is a charming village in Royal Deeside. Set on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park at some 30 miles from Aberdeen, the village is bustling with a range of local amenities and surrounded by beautiful Highland scenery.
Home to a variety of small shops including a butcher, a post office, several notable cafes and a supermarket, Aboyne also boasts an 18-hole golf course, and a community centre with library, theatre cinema and swimming pool. The village benefits from a primary and secondary school, as well as a medical centre and small hospital. Each August, the village green is host to the great spectacle of the Aboyne Highland Games, established in 1867.
The stunning natural surroundings are a haven for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds, from walkers and runners to cyclists and mountain bikers. Aboyne Gliding Club is just two miles west of the village.
Aboyne is a 30-minute drive from Westhill and approximately 45 minutes from central Aberdeen.
From Aberdeen take the A93 through Banchory and follow towards Aboyne and Ballater. Once in Aboyne follow the main road (A93/Ballater Road) through the town and then take a right at the B9094, continue up this road, the development is further up on your left. From Ballater take the A93. Once in Aboyne follow the main road (A93/Ballater Road) through the town then take a left at the B9094, continue up this road, the development is further up on your left.
Satnav: AB34 5FH
Aboyne is a charming village in the heart of the rolling Dee Valley. Unusually for a Scottish village, it is built around a wide village green, where the cherry trees blossom in the spring under the benign gaze of the blue hills beyond. Each August, the green is host to the great spectacle of its own highland games, established in 1867. The village is small enough to foster a great community spirit, but big enough to boast a wonderful array of shops, and all manner of amenities. It has one of the finest butchers in the area, whose Aberdeen Angus beef is second to none, and everything from a florist to a vet. There is a bowling green, a water-skiing club at the Aboyne loch, two golf courses, and a community centre with a library, theatre and swimming pool. There is a primary and secondary school, both of which have received glowing reports from the Scottish Inspector of Education. The mighty River Dee, which runs just south of the village, is renowned for its salmon fishing, and two miles away is the Deeside gliding club.
Bridgeview Road, Aboyne
Bridgeview Road, Aboyne
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