Project Property Perfect for a Holiday Home on the Idyllic Shetland Island of Yell.
Overlooking the Ferry terminal and picturesque Ulsta bay this detached bungalow is in an ideal location to enjoy all the Island has to offer. This detached bungalow is requiring some tlc, the perfect project, the opportunities are endless. The property currently comprises of two bedrooms, a box room, large bathroom and spacious lounge/ dining area. Externally the property benefits from garden grounds to the front and rear and garage. Further benefits include double glazing, mains electricity and water supply.
Being an extremely popular tourism location due to the extensive range of attractions such as The Old Haa Museum and heritage centre, wildlife viewing and walking routes. Due to the close proximity of the ferry terminal this property is perfect for a holiday let or home and could potentially produce an extremely attractive nightly income of £150+per night once refurbished.
Yell, the largest of Shetland North Isles, is one of the best places in Europe for Wilflife spotting of Skuas, Red-throated divers and otters. Situated in the close community of Ulsta, the epitome of island living is found here. The Islands main industries include fishing, farming, peat cutting, transport and tourism. A frequent daily ferry service serves the island, allowing access to the range of amenities on mainland Shetland.
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