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The Courtyard by Tulloch Homes Ltd

Park Street Aberdeen, AB24 5JL

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The Courtyard

A brand new show apartment is now open at The Courtyard, Aberdeen.

The Courtyard, our latest collection of two bedroom contemporary apartments in the heart of Aberdeen and include fantastic integrated appliances.

The Courtyard is located in an outstanding location within walking distance to both the city centre and popular Beach Boulevard.

These apartments offer a desirable range of two bedroom en-suite apartments designed with high quality finishes, stylish bathrooms and kitchens come complete with oven, hob and hood, fridge freezer and washer dryer - all included in the price!

Whether you are taking the first step on the property ladder, looking for a solid investment, or downsizing, at The Courtyard you will find fabulous living spaces, generously proportioned bedrooms including fitted wardrobes and exceptionally well appointed homes.

The development features free private courtyard parking, and as an added extra Tulloch Homes will provide you with a year’s complimentary bus pass for travel within the city.

Speak to our sales consultant Ann Moir today to discuss owning your new home at The Courtyard or pop along to view our new show apartment.
  1. Stylish kitchen and bathroom
  2. Ready for immediate entry
  3. Integrated appliances included
  4. Fitted wardrobes



Park Street Aberdeen, AB24 5JL

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Situated on the picturesque north-eastern Scottish coastline, Aberdeen offers a rich heritage as well as a great lifestyle.

In the past, Aberdeen was known for its fishing, paper-making, shipbuilding, and textiles. However, in recent years, the city is a centre for the oil industry, has a lively seaport and was even voted a UK “super city” spearheading the UK economy.

The Courtyard is perfectly located in the Duff Street/Park Street area of Aberdeen, midway between the city centre and Beach Boulevard.

In the Granite City, the oil and gas industry meets tourism, fishing, farming and new technology businesses to create a truly diverse economy. Equally vibrant is the city’s cosmopolitan arts, leisure, education and retail scene, with restaurants, shops, theatres and events to suit and inspire all tastes.

All of this is within walking distance of The Courtyard and, for those longer excursions within the city, Tulloch Homes will provide you with a year’s complimentary bus pass.

The Courtyard brings the best of both worlds together with its seaside location and the bustle of a vibrant city centre.

Life at The Courtyard offers ready access to all the convenience and culture of city living, with easy commuting to many of Britain’s and Europe’s leading cities.

With some of the finest seafood in the world caught just off the Aberdeenshire coast, as well as quality meats, dairy produce and seasonal vegetables, eating out across the area is always an experience.

From idyllic waterfront restaurants and country house hotels to award-winning fish and chip shops and cosmopolitan bistros, the region’s eateries showcase the very best local ingredients. With fresh seasonal dishes, Aberdeen Angus beef and seafood to Thai and Italian menus, there is something to suit all palettes.

For a foodie experience, learn how to create the perfect meal at Nick Nairn Cook School in the heart of Aberdeen.

Aberdeen boasts over 135 pubs, bars and clubs selling a range of beers, ales, wines and spirits.

From traditional pubs to the trendy bars in the centre of Aberdeen, you can soak up the atmosphere of the diverse range of watering holes.

There are also a number of live music venues. The bars of Belmont Street are known for featuring live music and ceilidhs take place in the city’s halls.

Popular music venues including the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC), Aberdeen Music Hall and The Lemon Tree. Her Majesty’s Theatre is also in the city centre.

Whatever your preference, Aberdeen and the surrounding area offers plenty of opportunities for a variety of activities including fishing, watersports, golf, horse riding, cycling, walking and snowsports. If you are looking for a watersports adventure, there are miles of pristine golden beaches, as well as fast flowing rivers, where you can enjoy a range of activities from surfing and sailing to diving.

The region has a variety of sites offering every grade of kayaking from gentle sheltered water to steep white water rapids, whilst lochs and lochans offer sheltered and safe locations for novices.

There is also a variety of canoeing sites within Aberdeen City and Shire.

The area also has an incredibly rich golfing heritage and is home to over 50 courses, including a range of stunning links and lush parkland venues.

Hazlehead No. 1 is a parkland course and widely regarded as one of the best courses in the north east of Scotland. Royal Aberdeen is the sixth oldest golf club in the world and venue for The Scottish Open in 2014. The outward nine of Royal Aberdeen’s revered Balgownie Links is believed to be among the best stretches of links golf in the world. Donald Trump’s Balmedie Links Golf Course is a few miles north of Aberdeen Beach.

Aberdeen Sports Village Centre on Linksfield Road (1 mile from The Courtyard) and Queens Links Sports Centre on Links Road (half a mile from The Courtyard) are the main sports centres.

Local Shopping

Aberdeen enjoys a reputation for being a major shopping destination.

Union Square is Aberdeen’s newest and largest shopping and leisure destination, boasting over 60 shops and restaurants, a 10 screen cinema and a large hotel. Featuring several leading fashion stores, this is a stylish and modern retail venue. Aberdeen Railway Station is under the same roof as Union Square.

A main advantage of Aberdeen’s shopping scene is that the big shopping centres are all located in the heart of the city centre and within easy walking distance. The popular Trinity Centre faces out onto Union Street, Aberdeen’s main shopping street, and the Bon Accord Centre and St Nicholas Centre are directly opposite each other.

While the Trinity Shopping Centre provides an exciting variety of fashion, footwear, jewellery, accessories and eateries. The largest Next Store in Scotland can be found in the Bon Accord and St Nicholas shopping Centre – with around 70 other big name brands, including Marks and Spencer’s and John Lewis.

Alternatively, the Academy Shopping Centre offers a blend of fashion, beauty and music stores mixing brands and boutique shops.

Meanwhile, Merchant Quarter in the West End boasts a number of great restaurants, bars and unique retailers.


Schools: Hanover Street School (0.2 miles); Robert Gordon’s College Junior School (0.6 miles); Sunnybank School (0.7 miles); Aberdeen Grammar School (1.1 miles); St Margaret’s School for Girls (1.2miles), Woodlands School (0.9miles), Robert Gordon’s College (0.6miles).

Further Education: Aberdeen College (0.5 miles); University of Aberdeen (2 miles); Robert Gordon University (4.1 miles).

The University of Aberdeen was founded in 1495 and is the fifth oldest in the English-speaking world. Its main campus is in Old Aberdeen in the north of the city and has a population of around 14,000 students.

In recent years Robert Gordon University has been named Best Modern University and Scottish University of the Year by The Sunday Times due to its record on graduate employment. Aberdeen’s student rate of 11.5% is higher than the national average of 7%.


Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (NHS), Forresterhill, Aberdeen. (2.9 miles)
Woolmanshill Hospital (1.4 miles)
Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital, Westburn Road, Forresterhill, Aberdeen (1.6 miles)
Aberdeen Maternity Hospital, Cornhill Road, Aberdeen (2.1 miles)

Doctors Surgeries
Old Machar Medical Practice, 526 King St, Aberdeen (1 mile)
Links Medical Practice, Urquhart Rd, Aberdeen (0.4miles)
Old Aberdeen Medical Practice, 12 Sunnybank Rd, Aberdeen (1 mile)

King Street Dental Practice, 173 King St, Aberdeen (0.4 miles)
Glascodine & Kendal, 129 Union St, Aberdeen (0.8 miles)
Old Town Dental Care, 519 King St, Aberdeen (1 mile)

Transport Links

All of this is within walking distance of The Courtyard and, for those longer excursions within the city, Tulloch Homes will provide you with a year’s complimentary bus pass.

Plus, Aberdeen Airport is a short drive away, offering direct flights to more than 30 destinations throughout the UK and Europe.

Distance to Aberdeen City Centre (Union Street): 10 minute walk or short drive
Air: Aberdeen Airport (7 miles)

Rail: Aberdeen Train Station (1.2 miles). Frequent direct trains run cities including Glasgow, Inverness and Edinburgh. The East Coast line offers fast trains to London taking just over seven hours, whilst trains to Manchester takes between six and seven hours and Birmingham takes around seven hours.
Bus: FirstGroup and Stagecoach Group run busses in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. National Express and Megabus operate services to London. There are almost hourly services from Aberdeen to both Edinburgh and Glasgow – both services going via Dundee and Perth. Bus number 13 travels in both directions along Park Street. Nearby King Street offers good bus services in and out of the city.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Aberdeen (0.7 miles)
National Train Station logo Dyce (5.3 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode



The comfort and style that is the hallmark of every Tulloch home is augmented by high-quality interior finishes and fittings. Airy rooms, bright with natural light, enhance the contemporary design, while features such as double glazing and gas central heating increase security and comfort.

Kitchens feature a range of contemporary units with quality appliances including oven, hob and extractor hood together with integrated fridge, freezer and washer/dryer. Stylish bathrooms and en suites are finished with ceramic wall tiling and gloss white vanity units offering a fresh modern finish, whilst all bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobes, a feature lacking in many new homes.

Whether you are t aking the first step on the property ladder, looking for a solid investment, or downsizing, at The Courtyard you will find fabulous living spaces, generously proportioned bedrooms and exceptionally well-appointed homes. It all adds up to that touch of style and quality we like to call the Tulloch Touch.

About Developer

Tulloch Homes – Building on 90 Years’ Experience

With a proud Scottish heritage stretching back 90 years, Tulloch Homes have grown to become one of Scotland's most distinctive house builders. Today, you'll find the Tulloch mark of excellence throughout our portfolio of homes - everything from innovative modern apartments to stunning five bedroom luxury homes located all across Scotland. As well as maintaining our strong tradition of house-building, we're also passionate about making the purchase of a new home as simple as possible.

At Tulloch Homes, we put quality and value at the heart of everything we do. And that attitude extends to the professional manner in which our sales consultants help turn your dreams into reality. With their knowledge, expertise and personal touch, they’ll help guide you to the perfect home to match your lifestyle. So take a look at what we have on offer and contact us today to find out more.

You’ll enjoy better value for money, with improved comfort and greater energy efficiency, whilst the latest innovations and superior finishing make for easier maintenance and a more luxurious lifestyle. There are no hidden surprises, renovations or repairs to worry about, and if you buy off-plan, you’ll know exactly what you’re getting – including your choice of kitchen and bathroom finishes.

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