Sitting Room, Kitchen, Dining Room, Bathroom, two Double Bedrooms and a Single Bedroom.
|Home Report||Available. EPC Rating E(44)|
Highly recommended. Please contact Seller on 01957 702 412 to arrange a viewing.
This three bedroom bungalow is situated on the outskirts of the seaside village of Mid Yell which lies within a sheltered natural harbour.
The village itself includes a Leisure Centre with indoor pool, a Health Centre, a Care Centre, Junior High School, shellfish processing and canning factory, pub/restaurant, marina and pier and Linkshouse Store and, as a result, offers good employment opportunities.
The island of Yell provides for a wide range of interests with its varied coastline and is known as the Otter capital of Britain. Yell will appeal to botanists, birdwatchers, geologists and walking enthusiasts with lovely coastal walks providing access to the picturesque beaches.
This property presents an ideal opportunity for a first time buyer, those looking to downsize or a family home.
Concrete steps lead to the Porch via a glass paned external door. Contains coat hooks, terracotta tiles and cupboard containing the electric meter. Glass paned door leads to Hallway.
The central Hallway provides access to all rooms with the exception of the Dining Area. Contains storage heater, smoke alarm, loft access, cupboard containing hot water tank and ‘v’ lined ceiling.
This Double Bedroom has a window looking out over the rear garden. Contains a single socket, double socket, carpet and built-in wardrobe.
This Double Bedroom also has a window overlooking the rear garden. Contains built-in storage, two single sockets, television aerial point, built-in wardrobe and carpet.
This Single Bedroom has a window overlooking the front garden. Contains two double sockets, storage heater and built-in wardrobe.
The Bathroom has a patterned window and contains a three piece suite (toilet, sink and bath with Triton electric shower over same), fitted vanity, towel heater, down lighting, ‘v’ lined ceiling, tiled walls and flooring.
Via a glass paned door the good sized Kitchen has a window looking out over the front garden. Contains fitted wood cabinets with dark marble effect worktops, sink, electric oven with gas hob and extractor fan, four single sockets, two double sockets, television aerial point, storage heater and tiled flooring.
The Dining Room is separated from the Kitchen by an archway and also has a window looking out over the front garden. Contains a double socket, telephone point, television aerial point and tiled flooring.
The spacious Sitting Room is well lit with a large window looking out over the rear garden and glass patio doors leading to the deck. Contains a single socket, two double sockets, television aerial point, telephone point, storage heater, electric heater within a imitation fire place and ‘v’ lined ceiling with down lights.
Bounded by wood slats and post and wire fencing the enclosed garden grounds contain established trees, bushes and well maintained flowerbeds with gravelled and grassed areas, a large deck to the side and rear of the dwellinghouse and a wooden shed with concrete slab flooring. Outwith the boundary is on street parking within the Sunnyside scheme.
From Lerwick travel north on the A970 and turn right onto the A968 sign posted “Toft & Sullom Voe”. At the end of the road there is a good car ferry link from Toft (Shetland mainland) to Ulsta (Yell). (Ferry Booking Office 01595 745804 or register online www.ferry.shetland.gov.uk/booking). After disembarking at Ulsta continue along the dual carriageway. Turn right at the Mid Yell turn off onto a single track road with passing places. Turn left at the ‘T’ junction at the end, carry on past the school and around the right hand 90o bend. Sunnyside scheme is the wooden houses at the edge of the village with No 13 being the first on the right as you turn into the scheme.
The agents for the Seller have prepared these particulars and whilst they are believed to be correct, no guarantee can be given. All measurements are approximate and taken at the widest point. Some photographs are taken with a 10mm – 20mm wide angle lens.