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Aberdeen, located in the North East of Scotland is the third largest city in the country. Its population now reaches around 220,000 people. The well-known ‘Granite City’ boasts its ability to glisten from the many sunny days the city has to offer. June offers many late nights and early mornings, much to the delight of avid golfers.

Aberdeen is set between the Rivers Dee and Don, both of which provide amazing walks with highly memorable scenery. Much due to the fact the city has won Britain in Bloom more than any other city. Dubbed as Britain’s “Flower Capital” and winning no less than 13 times, beautiful floral displays are evident throughout the city’s flower filled parks all year. Being home to Scotland’s largest national park, potential nature loving tenants looking for flats to rent in Aberdeen or houses for rent Aberdeen in will find a lot to do in Cairngorms National Park and for the water sports enthusiasts why not visit Aberdeen’s golden sandy beaches. For the more laid back person why not go and wonder around an ancient castle, play a spot of golf or even dabble in a bit of fishing.

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Having one of the oldest university buildings in Europe and with the city having more than its fair share of pubs, bars and clubs, students and young professionals will be in their element. So why not visit our estate agent in Aberdeen where we’ll be happy to help you decide on the overwhelming range of houses and flats to rent in Aberdeen.

For a great shopping experience, families looking for houses for rent in Aberdeen should head to Union Street famously known as ‘Granite Mile’. Renowned for its great atmosphere and equally impressive architecture it is a gateway to over 800 shops, bars and restaurants.

It is clear to see how special Aberdeen is, and here at Northwood, we have the properties and the service to match! For more information about lettings in Aberdeen or to let your property call our Aberdeen letting agents team now.

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