17 Barrogill Street, Wick
A great opportunity to get on to the property ladder with this traditional stone built terraced house. Located in a quiet residential area of Pulteneytown, close to the Pulteneytown People Project Community centre, which provides childcare facilities, various college courses and has a restaurant with play area, town centre and local amenities. In need of modernisation, the accommodation comprises of, L shaped lounge, kitchen, three double bedrooms and family bathroom. The property benefits from mains gas central heating and double glazing throughout. To the rear, a fully enclosed large garden mainly laid to grass with a block built storage shed. In need of some TLC this property would be a fantastic family home.
Hall: Accessing stairs to first floor landing, lounge. One single power point. Radiator. Under stairs storage cupboard.
Lounge: L Shape – 6.28m x 4.60m at widest points. Four single power points. Three double power points. Telephone connection point. Two radiators. Two alcoves with display shelves and storage cupboard below. Wooden fireplace with tiled hearth. Smoke detector. Door to –
Kitchen: 4.31m x 3.04m. Four double power points. One single power point. Telephone connection point. Radiator. Wall and base units with stainless steel sink and drainer. Integral oven, hob, hood. Plumbed for washing machine. Door to rear garden.
Stairs to first floor landing: Accessing bedroom 1, bathroom, stairs to 2nd floor landing. One single power point. Radiator. Storage cupboard. Smoke detector.
Bedroom 1: 4.66m x 3.31m. One double power point. One single power point. Radiator. Pedestal wash hand basin.
Bathroom: 2.03m x 2.82m. Suite consisting WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath. Radiator.
Stairs to 2nd floor landing: Accessing bedrooms, 2 and 3.
Bedroom 2: 4.53m x 3.24m. Two double power points. One single power point. Radiator.
Bedroom 3: 2.74m x 3.14m. One single power point. Radiator.
Rear garden: Fully enclosed area with trees and shrubs. Street access. Block built shed to the rear.
Wick is the most northerly town on the East Coast of Scotland and on the very popular North Coast 500 tourist route. It is a Royal Burgh and County town with the Council offices and the Sheriff Court, offering shoppers multiple stores such as Boots, Co-op, Lidl, Tesco, Superdrug and Argos, together with major banks. Primary and secondary education is fully provided. Sporting facilities include a fine links golf course, squash club and public swimming pool/gymnasium. Wick has an Airport with direct flights to Aberdeen and Edinburgh and a railway and bus link to Inverness and further south. Wick is also close to the ferry terminals leading on to Orkney Islands.