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Perfectly placed to the north west of the popular suburb Bridge of Don, Dubford is ideal for those who want the best of both suburban calm and city living.

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Connected to Aberdeen city by the nearby A92 and with the northerly A90 leading all the way up to Fraserburgh, the Dubford/Bridge of Don area is a commuter’s dream. 

One of the largest suburbs in Europe, Bridge of Don itself has plenty of shops, hotels, restaurants and leisure facilities — ensuring all of life’s essentials are just a short stroll away. 

For growing families, there are seven local primary schools in the area, as well as the Bridge of Don and Oldmachar Academies.

Bridge of Don is an ideal base for experiencing the very best of what north east Scotland has to offer.

Here you’ll find plenty of convenient local amenities for everyday life — including supermarkets, dentists, GPs, restaurants, pubs, leisure centres and nurseries — and the city centre of Aberdeen offers a whole host of vibrant bars, festivals, cafes, eateries and entertainment venues to enjoy.

At the heart of the Granite City, Union Square is a bustling shopping and entertainment hub, with a mix of designer brands and high street favourites.

There’s arts and culture in abundance too, at iconic venues like His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen Music Hall, Belmont Filmhouse and The Lemon Tree; and foodies will love the choice of restaurants, spanning a truly international range of cuisines. 

On the bars and nightlife scene, take your pick of everything from comfy pubs, to craft beer specialists, to cocktail masters like Tippling House and Orchid (once named best cocktail bar in Scotland!).

Wildlife enthusiasts will be delighted to discover the sights and scenery of the Forvie National Nature Reserve, Ythan Estuary and Donmouth Local Nature Reserve. 

Meanwhile, runners, walkers and four-legged friends can get out and about at nearby Scotstown Moor and Seaton Park, with opportunities to get even more active at Aberdeen Sports Village, Aberdeen Snowsports and popular cycling route, the Formartine and Buchan Way — a fantastic link to the beautiful countryside of Aberdeenshire.

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