Offers Over £295,000 for the dwellinghouse; Offers over £315,000 for the B&B with contents and bookings
Available on request
By telephoning the sellers direct on 01595 695956
Lounge / dining room, kitchen, five bedrooms, all with en-suite, toilet, utility room, sun porch. Single garage.
A rare opportunity to acquire a substantial property currently being run as additional B&B accommodation by the current owners but which could be reinstated as a family home if desired.
The property boasts five bedrooms all with en-suite facilities together with a very spacious lounge / dining room, kitchen, toilet, utility room and sun porch.
The property is connected to the Lerwick Distict Heating Scheme and is double glazed throughout with uPVC double glazed and Velux rooflights.
There is a good-sized, attractive garden to the front and rear and a single detached garage.
Viewing is recommended to appreciate the potential and setting of this substantial property.
This property is currently being used as ancilliary accommodation to the owner's main B&B business next door. It could therefore potentially be run as a standalone B&B by the new owner with all the furniture and fittings being included in the sale, or it could revert back to use as a family dwellinghouse.
The house was extensively re-furbished in 2008 when it was taken back to its timber frame and all services were renewed. New windows were fitted and a new sun porch. The internal configuration of the property was altered to maximise use as a B&B business. A similar theme runs through all of the bedrooms with attractive neutral decor & laminate flooring. Full description below.
The property sits on the south side of Lerwick in a small cul-de-sac of privately owned properties just a short stroll from the popular Sands of Sound beach.
Tesco's supermarket, Sound Service Station, the Clickimin Leisure Centre, Sound School and the new Anderson High School are all within walking distance.
The property could be available with all the furniture and fittings if required.
On the Ground Floor:-
Entry to the property is via a front door to a small entrance vestibule with parquet flooring and further inner door to the hall. Although this is the natural entrance to the front of the house the sun porch to the rear is generally used.
The hall is laid with attractive wood laminate flooring which is the theme through all of the bedrooms. Doors to all the bedrooms and, the disabled shower room which is also accessible from one of the bedrooms, built-in storage cupboard and door to the back hall. Radiator.
There are five bedrooms on this floor and each bedroom has its own en-suite with built-in shower, w.c. & w.h.b with wet-wall lining and vinyl flooring, together with a heated towel rail.
(Approx. 3.95m (extending to 6.1m at widest point) x 1.7m extending to 3.65m at widest point) With two west-facing windows with curtains and blinds, centre light fitting plus spotlights over the bed, T.V. point, radiator.
(Approx. 0.85m extending to 1.95m at widest point x 0.95m extending to 2.1m at widest point)
(Approx. 3.15m extending to 5.3m at widest point) x 2.8m extending to 3.94m at widest point) Large east facing window with curtains and blind and further window to the south with venetian blind. Centre light fitting and spotlighting over the bed. Contemporary style hand wash basin with mixer tap. T.V. point and radiator.
(Approx. 1.95m x 0.65m extending to 1.85m at widest point)
East-facing window with curtains and blind, centre light fitting, and spotlighting over the bed. T.V. point and radiator.
(Approx. 1.95m x 2.15m)
(Approx. 2.45m extending to 3.95m at widest point) x 2.55m extending to 4.55m at widest point) East-facing window with curtains and blind, centre light fitting and spotlighting over the bed. T.V. point and radiator.
(Approx. 2.15m x 1.95m)
(Approx. 5.25m x 2.45m extending to 3m at widest point) West facing window with curtains and blind, centre light fitting and spotlighting over the bed. T.V. point and radiator.
(Approx. 1.75m x 1.5m)
(2.45m x 1.05m) Leading to the utility room and sun porch, with wood laminate flooring and radiator,
(Approx. 2.45m x 1.85m) With sink, worktop space and ample power points. Laminate flooring.
(Approx. 3.65m x 3.3m) Enjoying the privacy of the back garden area this bright and relaxing space is currently used as an entrance to the property, with vinyl flooring, power points and radiator.
On the First Floor:-
Carpeted stairs leads to the first floor landing with doors to the kitchen, lounge and toilet.
(Approx. 3.5m extending to 4.25m at widest point x 4.2m) With ample built-in units and worktop space, and tiled splashback. Cooker with hob and extractor hood included. Window facing north and Velux roof lights making this a particularly bright and airy room. Eaves storage and wood laminate flooring.
(Approx. 12.65m x 1.9m extending to 4.2m at widest point) This impressively spacious room enjoys views over the Ness and Bay of Sound. The six Velux roof light and additional south- facing window make this a particularly bright room with neutral décor, three ceiling lights, eaves storage and five radiators. Door to:-
Useful carpeted space with Velux window, power points with access again to eaves storage.
Externally the house sits in a neat and mature garden to the front and rear with a good variety of perimeter plants and shrubs. Path from the street to the front door and paving at the rear to the single garage (approx. 6.6m x 3.15m) with side door and up & over garage door. Outside tap. Ample parking for several cars.
Energy Efficiency Rating: C (72)
The property can be reached either from Kantersted Road (off South Road being the first turning on the left after the Tesco roundabout; follow Kantersted Road to the Eric Gray centre and turn right, then next left into a small cul-de-sac; No. 41 being the first house on the right), or from Nedersund Road (again off South Road, being the first junction on the left after Sound Service Station (approaching from Lerwick); drive to the end of Nedersund Road; No.41 is facing you).
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