Close to the heart of the city, 6 miles to the beach, 6 miles to the countryside, Kinion Place is the ideal location for family city life. Set against a backdrop of green fields, this new neighbourhood nestles amongst woodland and park, close to the great outdoors yet at the edge of bustling city life. Here we’re creating a welcoming friendly place, perfect for families and those just looking for a great place to come home to.
Each individual home has been designed with its surroundings in mind, space to breathe, places to sit out and enjoy your surroundings with dry stone walls, parkland and water features in a naturally landscaped setting.
The Great Outdoors.
The beautiful hills of Bennachie are just 16 miles away with stunning views over the city and shire and a variety of paths for hill walkers and novices.
If you want a great place to take the dog for a walk, then Brimmond Hill is just 2 miles away with superb views over the city. Balmedie Country Park is just 11 miles away with stunning coastal walks, great on a Sunday with a roast Sunday lunch to follow at the well known Cock and Bull.
Just 6 miles from the beach, where you’ll find miles of sandy shoreline to walk the dog, let the breeze through your hair, have a coffee outside one of many cafes, spot the ships as they sail out to sea, just enjoy being outdoors.
The village of Kingswells is less than 4 miles away with Urban Village and its swimming pool and gym facilities as well as Starbucks and a great informal restaurant.
The village also has a supermarket, post office, vet practice, café, hair salon and doctors practice. Bucksburn is less than 2 miles away with a swimming pool, supermarket, butchers, fishmongers, florist, library, medical practice and other convenience stores.
There are some great golf courses nearby including Trump International. Within 80 minutes you can be skiing in the Cairngorms or within 15 minutes you can enjoy all the facilities of Aberdeen Sports village including an excellent gym, indoor football pitch, squash, athletics, badminton, hockey and a host of other fitness classes.
Living in the city.
You'll be spoilt for choice with Aberdeen city on your doorstep and smaller villages around you. Aberdeen is a thriving small city that’s easy to get around and enjoy.
There are a myriad of retail stores to tempt you along with plenty of restaurants, cafes and pubs to experience. Take the kids to Codona’s Pleasure Fairground, enjoy bowling, a host of indoor and outdoor games and rides or go ice skating and try crazy golf. Aberdeen’s new conference, exhibition and entertainment venue is convenient for sporting events, concerts and shows.
Kinion Place has superb connections, just 5 miles from the centre of Aberdeen and 4.7 miles from the city’s main train station with services across Scotland and England.
Dyce train station is 1.5 miles away while there are regular bus services along the A96 to the city centre and beyond. The new AWPR is within easy reach, making it even quicker to travel outside of the city. The airport is also nearby for business and leisure.
Brimmond Primary School and Bucksburn Academy are in neighbouring Bucksburn, less than a mile away. The local authority is Aberdeen City.
Green energy efficient homes.
Having an energy efficient home is really important when you want to save on bills and reap the benefits of a warmer cosy home.
We’ve designed your home to be energy efficient with lots of energy saving features including double glazed windows, wall and roof insulation and photo voltaic panels. Photo voltaic panels are a real investment in your home and enable energy to be captured naturally through the sun.
They are one of the most environmentally friendly ways to provide energy. Each solar panel attracts rays from the sun, creating energy to light and heat your home. They then store this green energy ready to use when you need it. As it’s a natural energy source, they also help to reduce Co2 emissions to the atmosphere so you’re helping the planet too.
So How Dd They Work?
Solar panels work by enabling particles of light to attract electrons from the sun, thus creating electricity, The solar panel is made of many photovoltaic cells sandwiched together. They create the charge required for the natural electrons to be captured. They are then transported through wires just like any other form of energy and used as electricity. With minimum maintenance costs and no moving parts, they are a very low cost way to provide energy to your home.