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House & Croft, Braeview, North-a-Voe, Yell

Price
Offers over £193,000
Address
House & Croft, Braeview North-a-Voe, Yell ZE2 9DA
Type
House
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2
Garden
Agent
Harper Macleod
Details
Property Details
Telephone
01595 695583

 

‘Braeview’ is a three bedroom traditional detached property, set in a ½ acre garden in a south-west facing situation enjoying great views over Mid Yell Voe, for sale with a 7.3 acre owner-occupied registered croft.

This double-glazed family home is arranged over two floors and comprises of three double bedrooms (one with an en-suite), a good-sized living room, a kitchen, a dining room and a family bathroom.

The property is heated by oil-fired central heating and the whole property has recently been re-insulated.

Externally, the large garden area which includes several outbuildings by the house, offers potential for a sizeable vegetable garden and a polytunnel subject to any necessary requirements.

Although situated on one of Shetland’s outer isles, mainland Shetland is easily accessible thanks to a regular, subsidised, 20 minute ferry crossing from the ferry terminal at Ulsta about 12 miles from the house, which runs to Toft about 5 minutes from Sullom Voe oil terminal and the gas plant.

 

Accommodation

Entry to the property is via a short set of shallow paved steps which lead up to a terraced area immediately in front of the house and a bright porch with a hardwood front door and two tall, double-glazed windows on either side. Slate tile flooring. A half-glazed door leads to the main living room.

The good-sized, southwest-facing living room enjoys the view over the voe to Mid Yell. To the left, a further wooden door leads to a double bedroom, whilst ahead is another glazed door to the dining room and the stair to the first floor. An under-stairs cupboard provides useful storage space, shelving on either side of the chimney breast provides space for books etc. Light grey wood effect laminate flooring.

The good-sized, ground floor double bedroom 3 enjoys a dual aspect, southwest and northwest-facing views with built-in shelving. Ash grey wood effect laminate flooring.

A door from the living room leads to the separate dining room which leads to the kitchen and is separated by a glazed screen wall and door to the left. Two windows look out over the back garden area. On the right, a second door leads to a rear hallway and the main bathroom with a further door leading to the back garden. Tiled flooring extends into the kitchen.

Spacious, dual-aspect kitchen with fitted units and shelving plus an additional island unit providing plenty of cupboard and worktop space, and including an inset 1½ bowl sink, integral grill and oven, integral gas hob with a stainless steel cooker hood over. Plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer which are included in the sale along with the larder fridge and freezer.

Recently re-fitted, modern family bathroom comprises of a white WC, a bidet, a wash hand basin set in a handy cabinet providing space for toiletries etc., a bath and a corner shower with an electric shower over. Heated towel rail and tiled flooring.

Upstairs you will find the remaining accommodation with the landing being a good place to have an office area. Wood effect laminate flooring.

Double bedroom 1 enjoys lovely dual-aspect, southwest and north west facing views and has a cupboard holding the hot water tank and access to the eaves. Wood effect laminate flooring.

Double bedroom 2 enjoys a south-west facing view to the voe and has an en-suite comprising of a white WC with a hidden cistern, a wash hand basin set in a handy unit providing additional storage space, a shower with an electric shower over and a heated towel rail. Tiled flooring.

 

The Croft

The owner-occupied registered croft ‘The Park’ which is situated to the north-east of ‘Braeview’, is estimated to extend to around 7.3 acres (3 hectares) or thereby as shown on the plan. There are no buildings on the croft apart from the remains of a derelict croft house. The north-east boundary is unfenced. The croft is being sold subject to any existing access rights.

The croft is registered with the Crofting Commission. Prospective purchasers requiring further information on crofting should contact the Crofters Commission directly at Great Glen House, Leachkin Road, Inverness, IV3 8NW or visit their website at www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk

Note there is a small field immediately between the immediate garden area of ‘Braeview’ and ‘The Park’ croft which does not form part of the subjects of sale.

 

External

As noted the property sits in a large site estimated to extend to around ½ acre or thereby, which is generally enclosed by a wall or fencing.

In front of the house by the roadside and separated from the main front garden area by a stone dyke, is space to park several cars and a large shed (approx. 6m x 3.85m) (19’9” x 12’7”) with power, lighting and external water supply to the fruit bed.

The front garden has established lawns on either side of a path leading to a short shallow flight of steps to the terrace in front of the house which has a stone balustrade and includes paved seating areas on either side of the porch.

The path continues around the east side of the house to a large back garden area and several outbuildings: 3 greenhouses, one (approx. 5.3m x 2.5m (17’5” x 8’ 3”)), second 4.83m x 3.05m (15’10” x 10’), both of which have external water supply and power sockets nearby, and the third 6.47m x 3.80m (21’3” x 12’6”) with power and water; a workshop (overall approx. 8.9m x 3m (29’3” x 9’10”)), again with power (the chest freezer therein is included); and a small boiler house.

 

Further photos on Agent’s site.

 

To arrange a viewing contact the Agent on 01595 695583.

 

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