North Deeside Road, Cults, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
consists of 53 assisted living flats with communal facilities completed in 2013.
Aberdeen : The area around the mouths of the Don and the Dee has long been settled and Aberdeen recieved its first charter in the 12th century. The town was given a further boost in the following century when it was granted Royal Burgh status. In 1644 the Battle of Aberdeen was a victory for Montrose.
Today it is the third largest city in the country and The Aberdeen International Youth festival is held every year. The oil industry has largely displaced the traditional industries of shipbuilding, fishing and textiles.
non-resident management staff (24 hours)
and community alarm service, lift, residents' lounge, guest facilities and garden.
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