Two-bedroomed, ground floor flat in Lerwick’s town centre. This newly-converted flat forms part of a redevelopment of Leog House and is ready for immediate occupation. Now available to view. Further details, including floor plan and interior photographs, to follow.
- TypeFlat For Sale
- PriceOffers Over £175,000 (Valuation of £180,000)
- ViewingTelephone 07831297131 or 01595 840 352. Email [email protected]
- EntryEarly entry available.
- Council TaxTBC
- Energy Efficiency RatingTBC
Available to view. Full details coming soon.
Formerly used as a children’s home by Shetland Islands Council and situated within the old town centre conservation area, Leog House was built circa 1900 and is a Class C (S) listed building. The renovation has been done in sympathetic fashion to preserve the original features of the building, whilst providing bright, spacious rooms with modern amenities. There are five, two-bedroomed flats in total, each benefitting from its own entrance.
The large, 3-storey building is of traditional masonry construction with a slate roof, and benefits from double glazing throughout. The property has been fully relined and insulated with thermal and acoustic insulation to building warrant standard. Each flat conversion has electric storage heating provided by a combination of Dimplex Quantum storage heaters and Dimplex panel heaters. There is a satellite dish and TV aerial, with individual outlets in each flat. The five flats share a large lawned garden enclosed by masonry walls which provides a pleasant outdoor space for the use of all residents. There is a public carpark to the rear of the property with space for several vehicles.
As new-build flats, a Home Report is not required however a Mortgage Valuation Report is available to prospective buyers for lending purposes.
Situated in a prominent but quiet location in Lerwick’s old town, the flats are within walking distance of all the amenities the town centre has to offer. This includes the main shopping area on Commercial Street which has a variety of shops, restaurants and cafes; a small boat Harbour at Victoria Pier, and the North Ness area which boasts a business park, Lerwick Museum, and Mareel arts venue and cinema.
Electricity – Mains
Water – Mains
Drainage – Mains
Telephone – Outlets available for connection
Broadband – Outlets available for connection
Satellite TV – Outlets available for connection
Heating – Electric storage and panel heaters
Driving south along the Esplanade, turn left into Commercial Street at the zebra crossing. Drive past the Queens Hotel along the old part of Commercial Street, which is a one-way system, and turn right into Leog Lane which immediately follows Copeland’s Pier on the left hand side. Leog House is situated in an elevated position at the top of Leog Lane, on the right hand side.
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.