- Owner occupier registered croft
- Sea Views
- 4.07 ha (10.6 acres approx)
- Plus 1/104 share in Bressay Common Grazing
Property SummaryKendra at Monster Moves is delighted to bring to market this genuine Scottish Croft. Anntown is an owner occupier registered croft and comes with all the benefits and other entitlements that come with owning a croft. It comprises of 4.07ha (10 acres approx) of land.
An excellent opportunity to purchase a rarely available ten acre parcel of croft land which sits in a pleasing rectangle with the ruins of the old crofters dwelling sitting centrally. The ruins of Anntown and the croft itself have stunning panoramic views over Bressay Sound and across to Lerwick.
Nestled in the peaceful crofting area of Kirkabister in the South of Bressay, with spectacular views Anntown is a truely special spot.
The Island of Bressay has a population of approximately 360 people. Bressay has a Post Office, grocery shop, hotel/restaurant, harbour, boating club, heritage centre and a Community hall. The Local Development trust run a cafe and shop from the old school building which also houses artists, knitters, toddler groups etc. The Bressay ferry runs regularly through the day, seven days a week. A seven minute crossing from the Island takes you right into the heart of Lerwick and so Bressay has the best of both worlds the peace, quiet, remote beauty and wildlife of Shetland with all the amenities of it's thriving main town Lerwick so easily accessible.
Off the east coast of Bressay lies the uninhabited island of Noss. The Island is a National Nature Reserve and one of Europes finest wildlife sites. Famous for it's seabird colonies, sightings of otters, seals, killer whales, Rissos Dolphin and Humback whales are all possible as you walk the coast of Bressay.
For more information about Bressay see Shetland.org and search Bressay and Noss, for more information about crofting see the Crofting Commission website crofting.scotland.gov.uk
Owner occupier registered croft
4.07 hectacres ( approx10.06 acres)
Plus 1/104 share in Bressay Common Grazing
any new owner may be eligible to housing and agricultural grants
well maintained stockproof fences mark boundaries of croft