- 1 Reception Room
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Council Tax Band: D
- Energy Efficiency: F (33)
Situated next to the hospital and just around the corner from Bells Brae primary school, and a short walk from the Clickimin and Anderson High School, 38 Russell Crescent is well-presented three bedroom semi-detached family home with an attractively laid out back garden and single garage.
Decorated in a light and airy, very contemporary style throughout, the property comprises a good-sized living room, attractively fitted kitchen / diner with patio doors to the garden and handy larder space off, and a bathroom on the ground floor, plus three double bedrooms and a shower room upstairs. A substantial floored and lined loft provides extensive storage / hobby space.
New uPVC double glazed windows were installed about five years ago along with a new kitchen, bathroom & shower room. Heating is provided by underfloor heating downstairs supplied by an electric boiler, and electric panel heaters upstairs.
Great family home in this convenient location; early viewing recommended.
Entry is to the side of the house, the uPVC double glazed door opening to a large hall laid with wood laminate flooring, with doors to the living room, kitchen and bathroom, plus two built-in cupboards, one for coats etc., the other for storage space under the stairs. Two windows to the side provide natural light.
The laminate flooring in the hall extends into the good-sized living room, a bright space thanks to its large window which overlooks the front garden and enjoys an open view down Leslie Road. A built-in cupboard in the corner houses the hot water tank.
The attractively fitted kitchen again has plenty of natural light thanks to sliding patio doors to a deck to the south side of the house. Fitted units in a pale blue and cream colour with woodblock effect worktops and pale blue laminate splash backs create a very contemporary feel, the units including an integral oven & hob with stainless steel cooker hood over plus a concealed integrated dishwasher, inset 1½ bowl sink, corner carousel and handy pull-out drawer units at either end. There is space for a table & chairs by the patio doors, a light coloured tiled floor, recessed ceiling spotlighting, and a handy additional walk-in larder with further fitted shelving and worktop providing yet more storage space and having plumbing for a washing machine below (appliance not included). Quarry tiled floor.
Refurbished at the same time as the kitchen, the completely re-fitted wet-wall lined bathroom comprises a modern white three piece suite including a shower / bath with electric shower and centrally mounted ‘waterfall’ mixer tap, plus a WC and wash hand basin set in fitted units which provide useful storage space for toiletries etc. and also conceal the cistern. A further matching fitted cupboard behind the door provides additional storage and the floor is tiled.
The carpeted stair from the hall which is lit by a side window, leads up to the first floor landing and doors to three double bedrooms, all carpeted and heated by an electric panel heater, and a shower room similarly finished to the downstairs bathroom with wet-wall lined shower enclosure with electric shower, a wash hand basin with cupboard space below and bathroom cabinet / light fitting over, plus additional shelf space around the toilet. Heating is provided by a heated towel rail / radiator and mosaic tile vinyl is laid to the floor.
Bedrooms 1 & 2 enjoy a southerly aspect, bedroom 2 enjoying a view over the rooftops over to the sea in the distance and also having a built-in wardrobe with shelf & hanging space. Bedroom 3, the main bedroom, faces north and like the living room below enjoys an open view along Leslie Road. Again this room has a built-in wardrobe with shelf & hanging rail.
A hatch on the landing with pull-down ladder provides easy access to the substantial floored and lined loft space which provides lots of storage or hobby space with a floor area of approximately 5.1m x 3.6m (16’9”x 11’10”) and a floor-to-ceiling height of 2.2m (7’3”). A large Velux window with integral blackout blind provides plenty of natural light and ample power points and lighting are provided.
On the Ground Floor:-
Approx. 4.15m x 4.05m (13'7" x 13'3")
Approx. 4.2m x 2.75m (13'9" x 9'0")
Approx. 1.95m x 1.6m (6'4" x 5'2")
On the First Floor:-
Approx. 2.1m x 0.95m (6'10" x 3'1")
Approx. 3.45m x 2.9m (at widest points) (11'3" x 9'6" (at widest points))
Approx. 3.85m x 2.8m (at widest points) (12'7" x 9'2" (at widest points))
Approx. 4.2m x 3.25m (at widest points) (13'9" x 10'7" (at widest points))
To the front of the house is a lawn enclosed by a wall, however the main garden area is to the rear, a shared tarred driveway providing access to the garden and also the single garage (approx. 6.85m x 3.05m (22’6” x 10’)) which has an ‘up & over’ garage door, separate side door and work bench. The back garden which enjoys a south facing aspect has been attractively laid out with a deck outside the patio doors from the kitchen, a mature lawn with rotary clothes dryer and a couple of established trees, one a cherry blossom, plus a further large deck at the far end, the whole space being enclosed by a wall to the driveway with gated access, and a fence along the other side.
Understood to currently be Band D. 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:
Russell Crescent runs between South Road to the south and Goodlad Crescent (off Gilbertson Road) to the north, No.38 being situated towards the northern end of the street immediately opposite the junction with Leslie Road.
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Please telephone the sellers direct on 07787 536 033.