Brabon, Lochend, North Roe, North Roe, ZE2 9RZ

Key Details

Reception Rooms:

1

Bedrooms:

3

Bathrooms:

1

Energy Efficiency:

E(46)

Council Tax:

Band B

Status:

Sold

Rooms:

Living room, kitchen / diner, shower room, three bedrooms, hall & vestibule.

Overview

Three bedroom, single storey detached house, set in a mainly grassed site just to the south of the village of North Roe in the North Mainland of Shetland, approximately 36 miles from Lerwick.

The house faces south and enjoys a fine open view across croftland to the Voe of Collafirth in the distance.

In addition to three bedrooms, the accommodation also includes a living room and kitchen / diner, both enjoying a dual-aspect, and a shower room.

The property would benefit from upgrading which is reflected in the price, although it has recently been re- decorated and represents a good starter home or would suit use a holiday property / rental

General Information

‘Brabon’ is situated just to the south of the village of North Roe, in the North Mainland area of Shetland approximately 12 miles north of Brae and 36 miles from Lerwick.

Local amenities in the area include a village hall & primary school at North Roe, another school and a local shop (with fuel pumps) at Ollaberry, 6 miles to the south, whilst Brae, the main population centre in the area, has a high school, swimming pool / leisure centre, several shops including a Co-op mini-supermarket, health & care centres, a couple of hotels, an award wining fish & chip shop plus other social and recreational facilities.

Built in 1979 the property is of timber frame construction clad externally with rendered concrete blockwork. Windows are mainly double glazed, heating is provided by storage heaters in the living room & hall backed up by a couple of panel heaters.

Accommodation

Vestibule

With glazed door to the hall.

Hall

With built-in cupboard housing the meters etc., wood laminate flooring, storage heater and hatch with pull-down ladder to the loft.

Kitchen / diner

(Approx. 3.7m x 2.8m) (12’ x 9’3”) Dual-aspect room with windows to the south and east, the south window enjoying a view to the voe. Space for a small table & chairs, some fitted unts and sink, & wood laminate flooring.

Shower room

(Approx. 2.8m x 1.65m) (9’3” x 5’6”) Part wet-wall lined shower room comprising shower enclosure with ‘Mira’ shower & glazed screen / door, wash hand basin set in fitted cupboard unit, & W.C. Wall mounted fan heater.

Living room

(Approx. 4.65m x 3.15m extending to 3.7m at widest point) (15’2” x 10’6” / 12’) Another dual-aspect room again including a window facing south and enjoying an open unobstructed view to the voe. The second window faces west. Fireplace (not tested but understood to be in working condition) & storage heater, wood laminate flooring & telephone point.

Bedroom 1

(Approx. 3.6m x 3.5m at widest points) (12’ x 11’6”) West-facing double bedroom, with built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water tank & wood laminate flooring.

Bedroom 2

(Approx. 2.95m x 2.6m) (9’8” x 8’6”) North-facing carpeted single bedroom with panel heater.

Bedroom 3

(Approx. 3.55m x 2.55m) (11’8” x 8’6”) Third, carpeted bedroom facing east, with two built-in cupboards / wardrobes.

External

Fenced mainly grassed site with access rights over the grassed track from the road. Note the east boundary of the site follows the line of the fence running along the east side of the house. The area between this boundary and the gate does not form part of the subjects of sale although access rights exist over it.

There is a single garage with ‘up & over’ garage door, separate side door & power, although it is in poor condition and requires attention.

Council Tax

Understood to currently be Band B. Prospective purchasers should however contact Shetland Islands Council directly for confirmation. Details of Council Tax rates can be found on the Shetland Islands Council website.

Energy Performance

Energy Efficiency Rating: E(46)

Property Location

To reach the property drive north towards North Roe, passing the Ollaberry junction and the pier at North Collafirth. Shortly after the pier turn right to Lochend & Skea, continue past the the junction to Housetter, and follow the road alongside the Loch of Housetter turning next right (do not veer left to Skea) and across a cattle grid. ‘Brabon’ is the first house on the right.

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Again thank you for your assistance so far, I couldn’t have asked for better giving the country wide situation so I’m very grateful for works done so far and the speed at which it has happened.

Russell Smith

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