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1 Inchrye, Sandwick

Offers over £190,000
1 Inchrye, Sandwick, Shetland ZE2 9HU
Harper Macleod
Property Details
01595 695583


Conveniently situated by the local shop, school and swimming pool in the centre of the village of Sandwick, approximately 13 miles south of Lerwick, 1 Inchrye is a well-presented, single storey, detached property in ‘walk-into’ order. Lerwick and also Sumburgh are within easy commuting distance by car or by bus as Lerwick – Sumburgh bus services run through the village.

This family accommodation is conveniently arranged on one level and comprises of four double bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen/dining room, a bathroom and a separate WC.

The property is heated by an air source heat pump supplemented by a cosy wood burner in the living room.

Externally, there is a large, mainly grassed fenced garden area and a single garage.

Windows and doors are double glazed, and heating is provided by an air source heat pump supplemented by a cosy wood burner in the living room. The sale will include all fixed floor coverings, the blinds and light fittings, as well as the range cooker and fridge/freezer in the kitchen.



Entry to the property is accessed via double doors from the garden which opens to the stunning, generously proportioned kitchen which has plenty of space for a table and chairs. There are extensive fitted units in a cream finish set off by wood block worktops and striking tiled splash backs with an inset mosaic tile border. The units provide extensive cupboard and worktop space and include a concealed integrated dishwasher, an inset 1½ bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap/hose attachment, deep pan drawers either side of the cooker, plus a wall mounted dresser style unit with glazed cabinets either side of a plate rack and shelf. The ‘Rangemaster’ electric range cooker with induction hob and matching black glass cooker hood and splash back will be included in the sale along with the ‘American’ style fridge/freezer. An east-facing window provides natural light. Solid wood flooring. Sliding pocket doors lead through to the adjoining living room, the glazing allowing light to filter through from one room to the other.

The good-sized, carpeted living room has a wide floor-to-ceiling window enjoying a sunny westerly aspect, the centre door opening to a decked seating area providing a second entrance to the house. The original cedar clad ceiling and exposed beams have been retained, the lovely warm tones of the wood creating a striking feature. A cosy wood burner provides additional heating.

Into the hallway, there are two built-in cupboards, one an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank, the other a store cupboard which also houses the meters etc.

There is a handy extra WC with contemporary white WC and wash hand basin with large wall mirror over. Solid wood flooring.

Four double bedrooms, the spacious master bedroom facing west while enjoying views over to the sea, one facing east and two facing north. All bedrooms benefit from built-in wardrobes which provide a good amount of storage.

The modern bathroom comprises of a white WC, wash hand basin with a large mirror over, bath with shower over and wet wall lining.



The property sits in a fenced garden area with vehicular access from a side road off the school road, or pedestrian access from the path that runs through Inchrye from the road just to the west of the shop.

The front garden is mainly grassed with a west-facing timber deck outside the living room and a cold water tap. The rear garden comprising a grassed area with rotary clothes dryer.

Included in the sale is a single garage with ‘up and over’ garage door and power, being conveniently situated at the east end of the block right by the house with direct access via a rear door.



To arrange a viewing contact the Agent on 01595 695583.

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