Two-bedroomed ground floor maisonette situated in the heart of Lerwick. This semi-detached home benefits from spacious rooms with high ceilings, two good-sized double bedrooms and two shower rooms. The dining kitchen is modern with built-in appliances, and the living room has a working fireplace. 23 Burgh Road has a well-presented west-facing garden with decking, garden shed, and a rear courtyard which opens onto Cockatoo Brae. The charming property would be ideal for a first-time buyer, as it is in move-into condition. Viewing is highly recommended.
Situated in central Lerwick, 23 Burgh Road is within very close walking distance of the various amenities the town centre has to offer; pubs, restaurants, chemists, health centre, hospital, leisure centre, and community centre, to name but a few. Gilbertson Park, Lerwick’s large community park with playing fields, is across the road and Bell’s Brae Primary School and the Anderson High School are both a few minutes’ walk away through the park, making 23 Burgh Road a good place to work or raise a young family in Lerwick. The flat is close to the sea and Lerwick’s various coastal walks, so is in an ideal location to spend time outdoors while enjoying the benefits of living in the town.
This property benefits from its own front and rear entrances, and its own front garden and rear courtyard. The front garden is low-maintenance and secure, ideal for young children or a dog.
The first floor of the building is occupied by another maisonette, and there are no entrances or gardens shared between the two properties. Responsibility for maintaining the roof of the building is shared between the occupants.
Extensive work has been carried out on the property since the seller took ownership. These works include fitting a brand-new kitchen and two shower rooms; various works to the roof such as repointing and replacing tiles; insulation to all external walls; and updating electrical circuits. A detailed list of the works carried out can be made available by request.
The sale of 23 Burgh Road includes all fixtures, fittings, window coverings and white goods. Some furniture is available to purchase by separate negotiation.
Externally, 23 Burgh Road benefits from a well-presented and secure front garden, enclosed by traditional stone walls and wooden fencing. West-facing, the garden enjoys light for most of the day and into the summer evenings. The garden has a front gate with a garden path leading to the house. There is a large wooden decked area with a garden bench, excluded from the sale, and a good-sized wooden garden shed with window. There are easy-to-maintain lawns, and the garden is bordered by a variety of attractive shrub, bushes, flower beds and climbing plants.
To the rear of the property is a small private courtyard, accessed from Cockatoo Brae and the property’s rear door. There is a washing line located here.
To arrange a viewing, telephone Neil Risk’s reception on 01595 695262 or email email@example.com.