- 1 Reception Room
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- Council Tax Band: C
- Energy Efficiency: D (64)
Decorated in a very contemporary, light and airy style, 2 Annsbrae Court is a great two double bedroomed mid-terraced property which would make an ideal first time buy or rental property, situated in a very handy central Lerwick location within easy walking distance of Commercial Street with its variety of shops and cafes, and the small boat harbour.
The double glazed accommodation which benefits from central heating provided by two air source heat pumps, is arranged over two floors comprising a bright south-facing living room with cosy solid-fuel stove, a good-sized modern kitchen / diner with underfloor heating, and utility / store on the ground floor, plus two good-sized double bedrooms, one with large a built-in wardrobe, and a stylish modern bathroom with rainfall shower over the bath, on the first floor. There is also a large loft.
Externally there are small garden areas to the front and rear.
Early viewing essential.
Annsbrae Court terrace is set back from the main road behind a large well-stocked flower bed, a shared footpath along the front of the terrace leading to No.2 which has a small paved garden area to the front. The front door opens to a hall laid with a tiled flooring, a door to the right opening to the living room whilst ahead the flooring extends into a useful utility / store with worktop with space below for a washing machine / fridge etc., these appliances being available by separate negotiation. The space also houses the electric meters etc. On the left is the carpeted stair to the first floor which has a built-in cupboard below housing the ‘Kingspan Ultrasteel’ hot water tank, the stair having a very contemporary bannister with wooden handrail and glazed side panel.
The living room is an attractive carpeted room, the large south-facing window to the front of the house which has a fitted blind, flooding the room with light and looking out over the garden. A cast iron stove set on a slate hearth provides a cosy alternative heat source although there is an air source heat pump unit. To the left of the fireplace is a shelved recess with a cupboard space below. Recessed ceiling spotlighting.
A door to the rear of the living room opens to the bright kitchen / diner, like the living room decorated in a light contemporary style with a feature painted wall to the dining area where there is plenty of space for a table & chairs and a high level cupboard unit over with integral spotlighting. Wood effect vinyl is laid to the floor and again artificial light is provided by recessed ceiling spotlighting supplemented by additional worktop lights. The kitchen which benefits from electric underfloor heating, has been re-fitted in recent years with white doored units set off by woodblock effect worktops and stylish white ‘brick’ tiled splashbacks, the units including an inset 1½ bowl sink plus an integral electric hob and double oven with concealed cooker hood over with wine racks to either side. The floor units either side of the oven each have a handy pull-out larder unit and corner carousel. The fridge / freezer and washing machine are also available by separate negotiation. Two windows both
with blinds look out over the back garden.
Upstairs is a carpeted landing again lit by recessed ceiling spotlighting, doors leading to two good-sized carpeted double bedrooms and a modern bathroom. A hatch with pull-down ladder provides easy access to storage space in the loft and there is a second air source heat pump unit.
The main bedroom which is situated to the front of the house, enjoys a bright southerly aspect and benefits from plenty of clothes space provided by a large built-in wardrobe which spans the full width of one wall and has sliding doors, fitted shelf and hanging space, additional storage being provided by a further cupboard over the stairs. Blind at the window. The second bedroom, also a double, is situated to the rear.
The modern bathroom has also been attractively re-fitted in recent years, the walls being mostly tiled again with contemporary style ‘brick’ tiling around the bath / shower tub and to the lower half of the walls elsewhere, the bath having a ‘rainfall’ shower and separate hand held fitting. The wash hand basin and WC are set in a fitted cupboard / vanity unit which provides useful shelf and storage space for toiletries etc. and has a matching wall unit over.
On the Ground Floor:-
Approx. 2.85m x 4.85m into bay (9'4" x 15'10" into bay)
Kitchen / Diner
Approx. 5.45m x 2.25m (17'10" x 7'4")
Utility / Store
Approx. 1.9m x 1.3m (6'2" x 4'3")
On the First Floor:-
Approx. 3.75m x 3.05m + wardrobe (12'3" x 10'0" + wardrobe)
Approx. 3.4m x 3.05m (11'1" x 10'0")
Approx. 1.95m x 1.8m (6'4" x 5'10")
Garden areas to the front and rear, the front garden comprising a small lawn with pebbled concrete path to the front door. Further fenced lawn / drying green to the rear bordered by an established hedge, with access from the kitchen or a footpath to the rear with access a short cut via Gardie Lane to Mounthooly Place / Mounthooly Street and onwards to Commercial Street. External cold water tap.
Understood to currently be Band C. Prospective purchasers should however contact Shetland Islands Council directly for confirmation. Details of Council Tax rates can be found on Shetland Island Council’s website at:
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