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Apartments in Aberdeen

Aberdeen, Scotland’s granite city. A place proudly distinctive in architecture, history, culture and industry. Long seen as one of the most desirable places to live in the UK, apartments in Aberdeen have grown in demand. With the meeting place of the beautiful rivers Don and Dee and the ocean, miles of golden sand beaches and an international port on its doorstep, who wouldn’t want to live here?

Flats to rent in Aberdeen are rising steadily in price but affordable in some up and coming neighbourhoods such as West End or Footdee. In the city centre, apartments to rent in Aberdeen are some of the highest rents in Scotland due to the distinctive granite Old Town’s, (yes there’s two). A massive student population, thriving oil rigs and lively nightlife all contribute to the buzz (and price) of this interesting city. Located on the coast and in touching distance of the countryside, the city has a wide range of property types to suit different peoples specific needs, from a granite victorian apartment in the centre to a ocean view property in the port village of Footdee . A cheaper option would be to rent a single room in Aberdeen, as this is a good way of keeping rent costs down, meeting new people living in the city, and living in an area unaffordable for most.

Furnished & Serviced Apartments in Aberdeen

A viable option for those with more of a disposable income are serviced apartments in Aberdeen, these are modern, luxurious and have some similarities with hotel facilities such as daily housekeeping and some will include a gym, pool and sauna in the higher end properties. 24 hour reception and underground parking is also common with many of these types of buildings, so for people who value their security this could be the best option. This style of apartment cater for people with more money to spend per month, thus you can expect to find serviced apartments in Aberdeen city centre and in fashionable areas such as Old Town or West End. Charlotte Street in particular is very central, with good links to the rest of the city and has recently seen renovation and new properties be built in the distinctive granite style of Aberdeen. Serviced apartments in Charlotte street will be modern, spacious but in keeping with the theme of the city.

Furnished apartments in Aberdeen remove the hassle of sourcing furniture and homeware, thus they are advisable for people on a tight schedule or looking for temporary accommodation. If this sounds like something that would interest you, be prepared to pay more as these facilities come at an extra cost to your property and be aware the owner will expect you to take care of the furniture and leave it as you found it. They are usually very central and located in the heart of the city, but can also be found in neighbourhoods on the outskirts at a slightly lower price.

Featured Properties

£464
Amber Student

The Old Fire Station, Aberdeen

£674
Student.com

St Peter Studios

£362
EasyRoommate

Bright, double room close to Aberdeen University

£469
University Living

Classic non-en-suite room in Spring Gardens

£382
Erasmusu

Double Room in Shared 2 Bed Flat Near the City Centre and Uni of Aberd

£5,967
HomeAway

Beautifully Refurbished Luxury Homely 4 bed; lovely views over Johnsto

£315
Erasmusu

spacious double bedroom to rent

£2,350
HomeAway

Aberdeen City Centre Apartment & Private Balcony, Welcome Pack, Fa

£240
Roomster

Student accomodation renting

£528
Student.com

Powis Place

£405
Erasmusu

Double Room to Rent in Kincorth, Aberdeen

£528
Amber Student

Powis Place, Aberdeen

£2,335
HomeAway

Bright an airy two bed set in granite

£248
EasyRoommate

Flatmate Wanted

£397
University Living

Classic en-suite room in The Old Fire Station - Aberdeen

£2,850
Homelike

Nice Apartment for 6 people

£806
Erasmusu

1st Floor, Executive, 2 Bedroom, Tastefully Furnished flat!

£374
EasyRoommate

SINGLE BEDROOM NEAR UoA

£477
Erasmusu

Central Chic First Floor Apartment

£653
Student.com

Causeway View

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Recent properties

£2,082
HomeAway

Spacious and Quiet House ideally located for River walks in Aberdeen C

£341
University Living

Classic non-en-suite room in Spring Gardens

£333
University Living

Classic non-en-suite room in Spring Gardens

£469
University Living

Classic non-en-suite room in Spring Gardens

£357
University Living

Classic non-en-suite room in Spring Gardens

£501
University Living

Classic ensuite room in Causeway View

£357
University Living

Classic non-en-suite room in Spring Gardens

£341
University Living

Classic non-en-suite room in Spring Gardens

£501
University Living

Classic ensuite room in Causeway View

£513
University Living

Classic ensuite room in Causeway View

£465
University Living

Classic en-suite room in King Street Exchange

£437
University Living

Classic en-suite room in The Old Fire Station - Aberdeen

£437
University Living

Classic en-suite room in The Old Fire Station - Aberdeen

£397
University Living

Classic en-suite room in The Old Fire Station - Aberdeen

£374
EasyRoommate

SINGLE BEDROOM NEAR UoA

£401
EasyRoommate

Double room to rent in lovely detached house

£370
EasyRoommate

Excellent, inexpensive city centre room

£350
ideal flatmate

1 room for rent in Aberdeen from £350

£330
ideal flatmate

1 room for rent in Aberdeen from £330

£313
ideal flatmate

1 room for rent in Aberdeen from £313

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Featured Apartments

£2,374
HomeAway

2 Mins from Union Street. Amazing City Breaks

£2,083
HomeAway

Thistle Apartments - City View Apartment

£1,928
HomeAway

Claire's central city apartment

£5,830
HomeAway

Thistle Apartments - Berry Apartment

£4,928
HomeAway

Beautiful 2 bed apartment in the city centre.

£4,435
HomeAway

Apartment To Suit All! Perfect Location With Easy Access To Centre Of

£3,145
HomeAway

Thistle Apartments - Rose Apartment

£2,350
HomeAway

Aberdeen City Centre Apartment & Private Balcony, Welcome Pack, Fa

£4,126
HomeAway

Wonderful Family Home - 10 minute walk to Aberdeen City Centre

£477
Erasmusu

Central Chic First Floor Apartment

£1,960
HomeAway

Thistle Apartments - King's Apartment

£2,149
HomeAway

Claire's City apartment

£3,121
HomeAway

Stylish & Modern `Home from Home` Aberdeen Apartment

£1,144
Sublet.com

Apartment 2 bedrooms in Aberdeen

£2,906
HomeAway

Elegant and modern two bed in Aberdeen's west end

£3,166
Homelike

Two-Bedroom Apartment with en suite bathroom

£703
Erasmusu

2 x double rooms in 2 double bedroom flat

£1,869
HomeAway

Thistle Apartments - Bon-Accord Apartment

£2,606
HomeAway

Luxury yet Homely Claremont St Central West End Apt - 2 Dbl beds. Free

£2,830
HomeAway

Apartment C - two bedroom with king and two single beds

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Featured Rooms

£355
Erasmusu

1 x double room in 2 double bedroom flat

£362
EasyRoommate

Bright, double room close to Aberdeen University

£352
EasyRoommate

Double Room

£356
EasyRoommate

Rooms to let

£279
Erasmusu

Double room in a 2 bed flat on Claremont St,

£347
EasyRoommate

Very Central Flat

£331
EasyRoommate

2 rooms for rent

£352
Erasmusu

Large room

£395
EasyRoommate

2 x Double Ensuite Rooms in West End

£351
EasyRoommate

Holburn Street (OH), Good parking, free wi-fi, no bills

£386
Amber Student

Mealmarket Exchange, Aberdeen

£305
Erasmusu

Large, warm and comfortable double bedroom in shared flat near Univers

£403
EasyRoommate

Large double room to let

£568
Erasmusu

room in Aberdeen

£304
Erasmusu

Double room in shared flat, sharing with two other students, near Univ

£405
EasyRoommate

Lilybank Place. Good parking, free wifi, bills included

£279
EasyRoommate

room to rent is a spacious flat in Torry

£341
University Living

Classic non-en-suite room in Spring Gardens

£252
EasyRoommate

Private room, shared flat

£314
Erasmusu

Newly decorated double bedroom

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More Attractive Areas for apartments for rent in Aberdeen

City Centre apartments Aberdeen

City centre dwellings in any city are some of the most expensive around, and here it is no different. Apartments in Aberdeen city centre tend to be made in the original and distinctive granite stone that characterizes the Old Town. Of course in modern times the central zone has expanded so those that can afford it can expect to find new built serviced and furnished apartments in Aberdeen centre. The Old Town of Aberdeen is straight out of a story book and reminiscent of Oxford or Cambridge, cobbled streets and beautiful granite buildings line market squares, independent shops and the old port.

Apartments in Aberdeen’s Old Town here are by far the prettiest in the city, and competition for them is fierce which has driven the price up in recent years. If you want to rent an apartment in Aberdeen that is close to the centre without being right inside the hustle and bustle, keep reading this article to find out which neighbourhood may suit you and your living needs best, as we break down the city neighbourhood by neighbourhood to ensure you have to do as little research as possible when choosing where to live in Aberdeen.

Apartments in Ferryhill

Ferryhill as an area is preferred by families for the amples outside space on offer in the area including parks and beaches. Duthie park offers a lovely natural setting in amongst the hustle and bustle of city life and the neighbourhood is situated near the coastline, to the south of the city centre. Apartments in ferryhill tend to be original Victorian houses split into either two or three flats, depending on their size. It is also possible to rent an entire house for those needing more bedrooms such as large families.

Rent in Ferryhill Aberdeen is higher than the average as the community is small, the schools are good, the properties are pretty and it is right on the dee River, the most expensive apartments in Ferryhill will have a river view and are close to the beach. Parking is also a good selling point here, as many of the roads and driveways in Ferryhill are wide enough to accomodate two cars per property, and the area has streets with large front gardens in which cars can fit. This is not the same in other areas so prices will be higher due to the parking factor.

Apartments in Footdee

Footdee, pronounced ‘Fittie’, can only be described as a village within a city. Cobbled streets, boutique independent shops and cottage style granite built properties make it a favourite of visitors to the city. Apartments in Footdee are expensive and quaint as it is such a picturesque area and property is hard to come by, one bedroom flats are also rare, as the area is built in a village style so the majority of properties are entire houses, thus great for families. Originally built to house the dock workers of the city, it is walking distance to the docks and city centre but still manages to keep a distinctly village feel to it. Young families are best suited to this area, the local schools are good and it’s short walk for parents commuting into the centre.

Apartments in West End

Westend and Rosemount has been a draw for tourists for many years, and it is no different for people looking to move to the city. Apartments in Rosemount are built in the classic granite victorian style in keeping with the rest of the city. Independent shopping is the main draw of this area, and boutique shops line the high street, so some apartments are above these quaint shopping bazaars.

Apartments in Westend are expensive due to the fact that they are desirable and look really good, the area is contained and can accomodate no more new buildings, so the number of properties available here are extremely limited, if you see one in this area then be quick! Those working in the oil industry favour Westend for its cosmopolitan surroundings, upmarket feeling, attractive architecture, higher prices and great location.

Apartments in Seafield

Seafield is an area of Aberdeen a little outside of the noise and chaos of the city. A quieter suburb means more space available and better prices for property. Apartments for rent in Seafield, Aberdeen are affordable by the city’s standards and the area is favoured by families and retirees. Still built in the distinctive granite, the area is close to the countryside and is the gateway for many a good walking trail. Some apartments and houses for rent even have a sea-view, but be warned these are a higher price than those without. A good cheap option for the area (and the rest of the city) is a room for rent in Seafield.

Rooms for Rent in Aberdeen

A cheaper alternative to renting an entire flat or apartment, renting a single or double room in aberdeen can be a great option for those with a lower income. This choice allows you the freedom of less rent, and thus more money to enjoy yourself in the city. To rent a room in aberdeen opens up the possibility of flatmates also working and living in the city, thus the potential of a new group of friends or contacts to have.

In places such as Westend and Footdee, single or double rooms are available for a fraction of the cost of an entire apartment and this is a great way to live in these areas without forking out too much cash per month. Another reason to look into this option is the fact that rooms for rent in Aberdeen are far more numerous than entire apartments or houses, especially in areas such as Westend,Rosemount or Footdee so you have more chance of finding one.

Student accommodation in Aberdeen

Aberdeen is home to more than one established and recognised university, The University of Aberdeen, King’s College Aberdeen, and Robert Gordon University. This means a large student population descends on the city every year, giving it a distinctly youthful feel, especially on a friday and saturday night! This also means student housing in Aberdeen is ample, the choice of property type is great and students can decide between a student halls experience and living in a shared house with fellow students in a neighbourhood close to the university campus. Student flats to rent in aberdeen are cheap in comparison to private flats and this means more money for socialising and experiencing this great city. The University of Aberdeen is close to the city centre and the Old Town, the Hillhead Student Village accommodates students in the University’s private halls.

Public Transportation in Aberdeen

A city growing in popularity for both tourism and long term residents, public transportation has grown to accommodate this, you will find a system that is organised and efficient. Two bus companies, Stagecoach and First make up the main bulk of the cities public transportation network and services run around every corner of the city. Aberdeen city council introduced a grasshopper ticket scheme, in which tourists and locals can purchase a hop on hop off ticket in order to see the city and make use of the bus system. A park and ride system has been introduced in recent years at Kingswell, Bridge of Don and Craibstone to counter the building traffic in the city centre, so if you are planning to commute this may be the option for you. Aberdeen train station is pretty in appearance and large enough to accommodate trains to and from across the rest of Scotland.

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