Yell Church & Hall, Mid Yell, Shetland

Offers Around £35,000

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The Church and Church hall are two separate Grade C listed buildings, with the church being built in 1832.

The church comprises an entrance hallway with cloakrooms, leading to a T Plan Sanctuary, with raking galleries. The church hall is accessed through an entrance porch and consists of a meeting room, kitchen and two toilets.

Mid Yell is a coastal settlement on the island of Yell, the second-largest of the Shetland Islands, Scotland. The property is situated some 10 miles North of the ferry terminal at Ulsta, from which there is a regular vehicle ferry service to Toft, some 28 miles North of Lerwick. Surrounding properties are mainly social residential, with a shop, school, community hall and leisure centre in the village.

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