Key details

Spindrift, Noness, Sandwick, ZE2 9HW
3 bedrooms • living room • kitchen / diner • bathroom • attached byre / shed
Under offer
By arrangement.
Closing date
12:00pm Friday 5th April

  • receptions1 Reception Room
  • bedrooms3 Bedrooms
  • bathrooms1 Bathroom
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Energy Efficiency: E (43)


Externally there is a paved seating area to the front, an attached byre / shed to the side which could perhaps be converted into a home office, plus a drying green and garden shed to the rear.Externally there is a paved seating area to the front, an attached byre / shed to the side which could perhaps be converted into a home office, plus a drying green and garden shed to the rear.‘Spindrift’ is a three bedroom detached bungalow that enjoys fine views over the sea and Sandwick beach. The school, swimming pool and shop are conveniently close by and Lerwick (13 miles) is also within easy commuting distance by car or by bus as Lerwick – Sumburgh buses run through the village.

This double-glazed accommodation is conveniently arranged over one story and comprises of three bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen / diner and a bathroom.

The property is heated by oil-fired central heating.

Externally there is a paved seating area to the front, an attached byre / shed to the side which could perhaps be converted into a home office, plus a drying green and garden shed to the rear.

General Information

‘Spindrift’ is in the village of Sandwick, a popular location, particularly with families, conveniently situated in the South Mainland area of Shetland approximately mid-way between Lerwick, 13 miles to the north, and Sumburgh and the airport, 13 miles to the south.

Sandwick boasts a wide range of amenities most of which are within reasonable walking distance of the house, these including the Junior High School (primary & secondary education to year 4), a public swimming pool, shop & post office, plus a youth & community centre and social club. There is also a visitor’s centre / tearoom at Hoswick, whilst Sandsayre Pier at Leebitton is the departure point for summer boat trips to the island of Mousa. Regular buses to Lerwick and Sumburgh run through Sandwick throughout the day, stopping at ‘Central’ crossroad near to the house.

Further information about the wider South Mainland area can be found at:-


Entry to the property is through the sunny south-facing porch which looks out over the stunning sea views. Vinyl flooring. An inner door opens to the carpeted hallway.

To the left of the hallway is the good-sized, dual-aspect living room, the original stone fireplace hearth being a particular feature housing an electric imitation wood burner. Two deep windows, one south-facing and enjoying beautiful sea views and one facing west. Wood effect laminate flooring.

The spacious kitchen has ample fitted units, red-tiled splash backs, a 1 ½ inset sink, space for a washing machine, dishwasher and cooker with a cooker hood over. This room offers a sociable space with plenty of room for a dining table & chairs. A west-facing window looks out over the garden. A convenient built-in cupboard provides extra storage space. Tiled flooring.

The bathroom comprises of a white WC, wash hand basin with light & mirror over and a bath with electric shower over. A handy cabinet next to the sink provides space for toiletries etc.

Three good-sized bedrooms, the master bedroom benefitting from a deep window that is south-facing and enjoys the fine sea views.

Rooms Sizes (All approximate)

Living Room

5.2m x 3.9m at widest points (17’ x 12’9”)


4.3m x 4.1m (14’1” x 13’5”)


3.2m x 1.45m (10’5” x 4’9”)

Bedroom 1

3.55m x 3.45m (11’7” x 11’3”)

Bedroom 2

4.15m x 3.05m (13’7” x 10’)

Bedroom 3

3.5m x 2.7m (11’5” x 8’10”)


The property has an attached byre / shed to the side (approx. 3.9m x 3.2m (12’10” x 10’8”)) which could potentially be converted into a home office perhaps (subject to consents), a paved seating area out to the front, plus a drying green and garden shed to the rear.

Note the boundary to the north-west is unfenced and there is an area of ground by the stone shed on the corner (where a polytunnel is situated) which does not form part of the subjects of sale.

Council Tax

Understood to currently be Band C. Prospective purchasers should however contact Shetland Islands Council directly for confirmation. Council Tax Bands may be reassessed by the Joint Valuation Board when a property is sold. Details of Council Tax rates can be found on Shetland Island Council’s website at:

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Important Information for Prospective Purchasers

This schedule is intended only to help you decide whether to view the property. We always recommend you view the property personally.

The information is believed to be correct, but it is not warranted and is not to form part of any contract of sale. All dates, distances, areas and room sizes noted are approximate and for use as a general guide only. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the working condition or otherwise of any equipment such as central heating or kitchen appliances.

This schedule should not be taken as a comment on the condition of the property. This is a matter for your surveyor and we recommend that once you have found a property you are interested in, you obtain a survey report. We can provide details of surveyors if required.

Interested parties are advised to note their interest through their solicitor as soon as possible so that they can be informed if a closing date is fixed. Noting interest does not place any obligation on the seller to set a closing date or to give any noted interests the opportunity to offer. Whilst every effort will be made to advise noted interests of any closing date set, this cannot be guaranteed.

No responsibility will be accepted for expenses incurred by parties who have noted interest but do not get an opportunity to offer, or for any expenses incurred traveling to properties which have been sold or withdrawn.

We have availed ourselves of services provided by Harper Macleod of Lerwick, both in buying and selling residential property. Our needs on both these occasions were fully met and the service provided by them made our task in these circumstances, seemingly without effort.

Prior to this we had also received very helpful general advice pertaining to Shetland real estate from them. This was a tremendous benefit to us at the time.

If you are seeking cost effective, excellent real estate marketing and legal services, we would not hesitate in recommending Harper Macleod of Lerwick.
David & Jan Elliot
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