• 3 bedrooms • living room • kitchen • bathroom
Freshly decorated and with new flooring / carpets throughout (except living room), 29 Cheyne Crescent is a bright, good-sized, three bedroom, first floor flat, conveniently situated in a handy central location close to the Co-op supermarket and Toll Clock Shopping Centre, and also within walking distance of the new Anderson High School site, Clickimin Leisure Centre, the hospital and Bells Brae primary school.
In addition to three bedrooms, two doubles and a single, the double glazed accommodation which is heated by electric storage / panel heaters, also includes a living room, kitchen and bathroom with new electric over-bath shower. There is also a large loft space.
Externally the property benefits from its own fenced garden area.
Would make an ideal first time buy or 'buy-to-let.
The flat forms part of a two-storey block comprising four flats, access being to the side of the building where the flat's own double glazed front door opens to a short carpeted stair leading up to the carpeted hallway with doors to all rooms and two built-in cupboards, one a general store cupboard with space for coats etc., the other a shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. Telephone point & storage heater. A ceiling hatch provides access to a substantial loft space which is of standing room height in the centre and may therefore potentially have potential for providing additional accommodation although prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves in this regard in respect of any permissions and consents required.
(Approx. 3.55m x 2.8m at widest points) (11’8” x 9’2”) Situated on the right at the top of the stairs, this is a carpeted, south-facing, small double room. Panel heater.
(Approx. 2m x 1.9m) (6’8” x 6’3”) Comprising a white three piece suite, the bath having new wet-wall lining and a new ‘Triton’ electric shower over. Glazed shower screen, tile effect vinyl flooring & heated towel rail.
(Approx. 4.55m x 3.25m extending to 3.7m at widest point) (15’ x 10’9” / 12’2”) Bright, good-sized room with a double window to Cheyne Crescent, wood effect laminate flooring, T.V. point & storage / convector heater. Doorway at the rear to the kitchen.
(Approx. 2.9m x 2.75m) (9’6” x 9’) Rear-facing kitchen with fitted units including sink and plumbing for a washing machine or dishwasher. Although serviceable it is likely a purchaser will want to replace the units at some point which is reflected in the price. Vinyl flooring.
(Approx. 3.7m x 3.55m at widest points) (12’3” x 11’8”) Large main bedroom with window to Cheyne Crescent, fitted carpet & panel heater.
(Approx. 3.35m x 2.1m at widest points) (11’ x 7’) West-facing single bedroom with fitted carpet & panel heater.
The property benefits from its own good-sized, fenced garden area to the side and rear of the building, the main back garden area being mainly grassed and having a drying area and several mature trees. Note: the ground floor flat has a right of access over the path to the side of the building to their back garden.
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 Efficiency Rating: D (64)
Cheyne Crescent runs between North Road to the east and Gilbertson Road to the west. No. 29 is situated on the south side of the road near the Gilbertson Road end.
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