Schoolhouse, Out Skerries, Shetland, Shetland Islands, ZE2 9AS
An extremely unique and immaculately renovated 3 bed detached property situated in peaceful island of Out Skerries, Shetlands. The property has been featured on BBC 1 and within many national newspapers.
Since purchase this property has undergone a complete overhaul with great attention to detail and no expense spared. The renovation is not limited to certain rooms or common area but the full interior and exterior have been developed and altered in a way unseen by the island. All exterior walls have been stripped back and insulation added, rebuild a missing dining room floor, demolish and rebuild a then unstable rear porch, cosmetic uplift throughout the property etc
Out with the work being completed on the properties shortcomings the vendor has enhanced the building with features unseen in the vast majority of UK homes and is the reason for so much positive media attention. The property now boasts a 20 seat home cinema, a casino with a John Huxley roulette wheel as well as a Ritz hotel blackjack table, spa including a large top of the range 7 seat hot tub, steam cabin and Tiki bar and detached professional gym.
This property is sold as seen, including but not limited to, cinema equipment, hot tub, gym equipment etc This property is ideal for anyone looking for a holiday home that can combined the peacefulness of a quiet island with features found in big cities. If the property was to be used for airbnb you would look to achieve circa £150 per night.
The links below will give a first-hand look at the property and Out Skerries as well as links to different articles and books the property is featured in.
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