1 Da Noost is a house with lots of character, situated in one of the charming old lanes of the village of Scalloway. The property has a lot of potential as both a family home or self-catering business– the ground floor, currently used as a workshop, could be converted into attractive accommodation. The property is in need of substantial refurbishment which is reflected in the asking price. 1 Da Noost is within walking distance of the variety of amenities that Scalloway has to offer, while also being just a 15 minute drive from Lerwick.
- TypeResidential Property For Sale
- PriceOffers in the region of £75,000
- ViewingTelephone our reception on 01595 695262
- EntryEarly entry available.
- Council TaxCurrently Band A
- Energy Efficiency RatingBand G (20)
Situated in central Scalloway, the property is approximately 6.5 miles travelling distance from Lerwick, and on a regular bus route.
The village of Scalloway is the ancient capital of Shetland, situated on the west side of the mainland. It has a Primary School, Leisure Swimming Pool, Health Centre, an award-winning hotel and a selection of public houses and cafes. There are two hairdressers, a public hall, garage, takeaway and two shops. There is also the North Atlantic Fisheries College and the Scalloway Boating Club nearby, amongst other amenities. Secondary school pupils go to the Anderson High School in Lerwick, and school transport is provided by the Shetland Islands Council. The property is also a 1 minute walk away from the Scalloway Museum and the popular tourist attraction Scalloway Castle can be seen from the property.
Built circa 1880, 1 Da Noost requires modernisation and is sold as seen. No warranties will be given with respect to its condition and the state of any services. The property benefits from double glazing and a combination of electric storage and panel heaters.
The sale of 1 Da Noost includes all fixtures, fittings, white goods and furniture.
Electricity - Mains
Water – Mains
Drainage – Mains
Telephone – Connected, BT
Broadband – Connected, BT
Heating – Electric Storage Heaters
- Hallway (2.25m x 1.33m)
- Dining Kitchen (3.37m x 3.28m at widest points)
- Utility Room / Office (2.08m x 1.63m)
- Bathroom (2.67m x 1.27m)
- Living Room (4.05m x 2.92m)
- Bedroom (3.12m x 2.49m)
- Workshop Room 1 (4.40m x 3.36m)
- Workshop Room 2 (3.65m x 2.01m)
Entrance by front door to carpeted staircase with a north facing window above, leading to main accommodation situated on the first floor.
North facing window with fitted curtains. Doors giving access to living room, bathroom and kitchen. Carpet flooring.
North facing window. Fitted kitchen with sink and double drainer. Shelf above. Tiled splashback. Creda Contour double oven and grill with 4-ring electric hob. Extractor fan above. Zanussi under-counter fridge and Zanussi washing machine. Cupboard with fitted shelves and built-in ‘ship’s ladder’ staircase leading to attic storage. Large pantry cupboard with fitted shelves. Consumer units. Storage heater. ½ glazed panel door to utility room/office. Linoleum flooring.
Utility Room / Office
South facing window with fitted curtains. Built-in shelves. Coat hooks. Cupboard with slatted shelves. Cork tiled flooring.
Step down upon entrance. 3-piece bathroom suite comprising of WC, bath and wash hand basin. Bathroom mirror above and small built-in cupboard below. Dimplex extractor fan. Bathroom cabinet with mirrored doors. Sliding door to cupboard with hot water tank and coat hooks. Carpet flooring.
North facing window with fitted curtains and wide sill. Fireplace with electric fire and tiled hearth. Storage heater. Door giving access to bedroom. Carpet flooring.
East facing window. Electric panel heater. Carpet flooring. Recently refurbished with the installation of new plasterboard, and insulation to the walls and ceiling.
Entrance by wooden front door to ground floor accommodation.
Fuel store under stairs of main accommodation. North facing window. Built-in shelves. Concrete flooring.
Workshop Room 1
Large room with two north facing windows. Fitted workbenches and shelves. Electricity points. Wooden floorboards.
Workshop Room 2
East facing window. Fitted workbenches. Shelves. Tool rack. Large chest freezer. Electricity points. Wooden floorboards.
The entrance to both levels of accommodation is situated in a shared courtyard, with a cold water tap and hose.
There is a shared garden to the east of the property, accessed via a gate towards the top of Da Noost Closs. There are several mature trees, flower beds and a drying green with views of Scalloway Castle.
Entering the village of Scalloway, take the first exit on the left at the roundabout. Drive along Castle Street until you reach the Scalloway Museum. Proceed on foot through Da Noost Closs, on the right hand side of Castle Street. 1 Da Noost is situated on the left, with access via a wooden gate to a shared courtyard towards the bottom of the lane
Note: While the foregoing particulars are believed to be correct, their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. The dimensions given are approximate only and are not warranted. Photographs may have been taken with a wide angle lens.