Sittingroom, dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, conservatory and hall.
This deceptively spacious cottage offers up an opportunity for a 'first time buy' or for someone wishing to downsize with the property being partially fitted with disabled rails and a 'walk-in' shower.
Situated just to the south of the Loch of Spiggie, Lerwick, approximately 22 miles, is within easy commuting distance as is the airport at Sumburgh (approx. 5 miles).
In addition to three bedrooms (one single and two double), the property also comprises a separate kitchen, dining room, sittingroom, bathroom, conservatory and hall.
Double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating.
The house which is on the flat and has a large level garden, would benefit from some upgrading which is reflected in the price.
This cosy cottage sits in a large garden with ample parking and an open outlook from the conservatory approximately 22 miles from Lerwick which thanks to Shetland's excellent road network is within easy commuting distance.
Lying just to the south of the Loch of Spiggie RSPB reserve, the house sits in a cluster of three houses amidst open farmland a couple of miles from the main Lerwick – Sumburgh road at Dunorssness where the area's main amenities are located including Mainland's store / post office & petrol station, and Dunrossness Primary School. Several miles further down the main road is Sumburgh airport and flights to mainland Scotland.
In the other direction to the north, there is a small hotel at Spiggie, and beyond that another shop at Bigton, a doctor's surgery at Levenwick and a swimming pool at Sandwick (10 miles).
Some of the furniture may be available separately.
(Approx. 1m x X.4m) Entrance to the property is via a front door to the hall with inner doors to the dining room, living room and bathroom, meter cupboard, hatch to the loft space, telephone point and radiator.
(Approx. 3.85m x 3m) A panelled latch-hook door leads from the hall to a carpeted dining room with a dual-aspect, ample power points and clothes pulley.
(Approx. 3.8m x 2.85m) Leading from the dining room is an attractive fitted kitchen offering ample storage and worktop space with stainless steel sink, drainer, & tiled splashback to the cooker. The white goods are included in the sale.
(Approx. 1.7m x 1.7m) Mainly wet-wall lined bathroom with walk-in electric 'Mira' shower, w.c. and w.h.b. Radiator.
(Approx. 4.15m x 3.95m) Cosy, carpeted room with stone hearth and open fireplace (not tested), attractive ceiling beams and latch hook door from the hall. T.V. aerial, & radiator. Further door to:-
(Approx. 3.4m x 2.85m) Bright room with carpeted flooring overlooking the garden with outside door and southerly views making this a pleasant place to sit and enjoy the outlook. Fitted carpet, wall lights and doors to the bedrooms. Radiator.
(Approx. 2.85m x 2.5m) Carpeted double bedroom with radiator.
(Approx. 3.85m x 3.6m) Carpeted double bedroom with radiator.
Bedroom 3 / study
(Approx. 2.85m x 2.05m) Single bedroom currently shelved and used as a libraby but could be used as a study or third (single) bedroom.
The property sits in a large grassed and fenced in garden with wooden garden shed, paths around the perimeter of the house and parking space to the side and front of the house for several cars.
Understood to currently be Band A. Prospective purchasers should however contact Shetland Islands Council directly for confirmation. Details of Council Tax rates can be found on the Shetland Islands Council website.
Energy Efficiency Rating: E(50)
To find the house, take the turning west to Quendale from the main Lerwick – Sumburgh road by Mainland’s Store at Dunrossness. Follow the road for about a mile and turn right to Spiggie. Continue for a further mile to a group of three cottages on the left hand side of the road. ‘The Meadows’ is the third one in on the left.
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