Sittingroom, dining room, dining kitchen, six bedrooms, three bathrooms, study, utility room, hall, entrance hall / sun porch and double garage.
Excellent opportunity to purchase a six bedroomed property nestled in a peaceful and scenic location on the edge of the Loch of Strand just 6 miles from Lerwick, within walking distance of the local primary school and nursery.
The property boasts six bedrooms including one on the ground floor, three bathrooms (one en-suite), a sittingroom, separate dining room, dining kitchen, study, utility room, sun porch and large double garage.
Heating is oil-fired with radiators throughout and windows are double glazed.
This property is highly recommended for viewing to appreciate the setting and expanse of accommodation provided.
The white goods are included in the sale and some items of furniture may be available by separate negotiation if required.
'Rymaros' is situated in a rural area just six miles from the centre of Lerwick and therefore is ideally placed for commuting into Lerwick and accessing amenities, but is also on the right side of town for the main road north to Brae / Sullom Voe.
There is a primary school, pre-school nursery and community hall within walking distance, both just around Strand Loch.
Built in the late1990’s, the house is of timber frame / timber clad construction.
Windows are double glazed and central heating is provided by an oil-fired 'Worcester Danesmoor' boiler situated in the utility room.
The sale will include all carpets and other floor coverings, curtains and light fittings.
The white goods are included in the sale consisting of a larder fridge, gas cooker with hob and extractor hood over, dishwasher, washing machine & tumble dryer.
The house is set in a large mature and neatly kept garden with perimeter fencing.
On the Ground Floor:-
Entrance Hall / Sun Porch
(Approx. 5.65m x 2.4m) Entry to the property is via a glazed door which opens to a sun porch which benefits from tiled flooring with electric under-floor heating, and a mirror image glazed door and sidelights to the rear which open to a patio area. Attractive electric fire set in a stone hearth which may be included.
(Approx. 6.8m x 1.2m) The hall leads to all the accommodation on the ground floor with the exception of the dining room which is accessed off the kitchen and / or the sittingroom. Glazed doors, dado rail, wood laminate flooring, ceiling lights with shades & radiator.
(Approx. 3m x 2.15m at widest points) Generously sized utility room with ample storage space including a large double cupboard which also houses the 'Kingspan' hot water tank. Sink under the south-facing window, vinyl flooring, window blind & clothes pulley. The central heating boiler sits under the worktop together with the washing machine & tumble dryer, both of which are included in the sale.
(Approx. 3.7m at widest point x 4.05m at widest point) Generously proportioned bathroom with white suite including bath with glazed screen and mixer shower over, tiling to bath and to dado height on continuation of the wall to the w.h.b. which has a mirror over, and usual bathroom fitments. Laminate flooring, window blind & radiator.
Useful large walk-in shelved storage cupboard which could easily be adapted to a cloak cupboard.
Bedroom 1 / Gym
(Approx. 3.3m x 3.05m) Carpeted room with window facing north and looking out to Laxfirth and the burn. This room is currently used as a gym but could be used as a ground floor bedroom or second small sittingroom. Light fitting & radiator.
(Approx. 3.35m x 1.7m) Space for desk and chair, telephone point, noticeboard, north-facing window & radiator.
(Approx. 3.3m x 3m) Charming room enjoying the picturesque view over the front garden and the Loch of Strand and the wildlife that it attracts e.g. swans, signets, the occasional otter to name a few. Floor to ceiling shelving for display purposes, centre light fitting & matching wall lights, curtains with tie backs and pole, & radiator. Glazed doors from the sittingroom & kitchen.
(Approx. 3.3m x 3m) Charming room to enjoy the picturesque view over the front garden and Loch of Strand and the wildlife that the loch attracts e.g. swans, signets, the occasional otter to name a few. Ceiling height shelving for display purposes, light fitting & matching wall lights, curtains with tie backs and curtain pole, double doors which are glazed to match the doors running throughout the house & radiator.
(Approx. 4.7m x 5.5m) Large, particularly bright room, again taking in the view of the Loch and beyond from the east-facing window, the second window facing south, both windows having curtains & tie backs, and a curtain pole. Wood laminate flooring, centre light fitting & matching wall lights, TV point (cabling for Sky TV but not connected), & radiator.
On the First Floor:-
Carpeted stairs and half-landing with attractive white bannister, dado rail, and Velux window and ceiling light fitting over. Hatch to the partially floored loft space.
(Approx. 2.95m x 3.8m at widest point) Small double bedroom with window facing east over the loch with curtains and curtain pole, large built-in double wardrobe, ceiling spotlighting, wood laminate flooring & radiator.
(Approx. 1.85m x 1.8m) Again a large walk-in cupboard with carpet, shelving and light, providing handy storage space.
(Approx. 3.8m x 3.9m) Double bedroom again enjoying views over the loch, with curtains, ceiling lighting, wood laminate flooring, telephone point & radiator.
(Approx. 2.45m x 4.7m at widest point) Further double bedroom with Velux window facing north with blackout blind, ceiling light, wood laminate flooring, TV & telephone points, & radiator.
(Approx. 2.45m x 2.35m) With large shower with glazed screen, WC & wash hand basin. Tiling to dado height, mirror over the w.h.b., Velux window with blind, & radiator.
(Approx. 3.75m x 2.45m) West-facing double room with wood laminate flooring & radiator.
A door at the end of the landing opens to a vanity / dressing area (approx. 2.25m x 2.1m) with built-in dressing table with mirror and lighting over, shelving & hanging space, wood laminate flooring, a telephone point & radiator, and an archway to the very spacious, carpeted main bedroom (approx. 6.35m x 3.2m) which has two Velux windows with blackout blinds & curtains, a built-in mirror doored double wardrobe, ceiling light fitting, TV & telephone points, and a radiator. Door to:-
(Approx. 2.75m x 2.05m) Large en-suite consisting of a corner Jacuzzi bath with recessed display space behind, built-in shower, WC & wash hand basin. Tiled splashbacks to the bath and w.h.b., fitted cupboards providing useful storage and shelf space, window blind, radiator and attractively tiled floor with electric under-floor heating.
The property is surrounded by a perimeter wooden fence and has extensive lawned garden areas with a mixture of mature shrubs and planting to the north, east & south sides. Drying green, patio area and driveway providing ample parking and access to the double garage.
(Approx. 6.7m x 5.65m) Large double garage with twin 'up & over' garage doors, worktop space, lighting, ample power points & generator connection point.
Understood to currently be Band E. 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: D (63)
The property is situated at Tingwall off the main A970 road north out of Lerwick. Turn eastwards to Strand just north of the ferry sign, and head towards the head of Strand Loch. 'Rymaros' is the last house on the right before the head of the loch.
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