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Detached two-bedroomed cottage set in fenced garden area enjoying open all round views including to the sea, in ‘get-away-from-it-all’ remote rural location on the island of Fetlar.
Arranged over two floors the double glazed accommodation comprises a dual-aspect living room with solid-fuel stove, a large kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor, plus two double bedrooms upstairs. Central heating is provided by an external oil-fired boiler. Some upgrading would be beneficial which is reflected in the price.
Windows in the property are double glazed, a mix of timber and uPVC units. Central heating radiators are supplied by an externally mounted oil-fired boiler which also supplies the ‘Megaflo’ hot water tank in a cupboard in one of the bedrooms. A solid-fuel stove in the living room provides a cosy additional heat source.
Fetlar, one of Shetland’s larger outer isles, is connected to Mainland Shetland by a ro-ro ferry service which runs via the neighbouring islands of Yell/Unst. Known as the ‘Garden of Shetland’ because of its rich fertile soil, the island is well known for its rich variety of bird life. There is a local shop and primary school on the island.