Monday, 7 December 2015 59 King Harald Street, Lerwick, Shetland Islands

59 King Harald Street is a ground floor flat of an Edwardian villa.

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59 King Harald Street, Lerwick, Shetland Islands (Sleeps 1 - 6)
It is in part of the New Town of Lerwick which was developed in the late 19th and early 20th century. This house named ‘Houll’ was completed in 1912. 
The house was bought by Mr & Mrs Crossan in the early 70’s and has been thoroughly renovated and well maintained since then. There is an established garden at both front and rear of the flat.
Lerwick is a thriving town and the capital of Shetland. The name comes from the Norse ‘Leirvik’ meaning muddy bay.  Lerwick is sheltered by the Isle of Bressay to the east, providing an excellent natural harbour.  
It is a busy port with vessels of all sizes from oil related shipping to the fishing fleet, cruise ships, yachts and pleasure cruisers. If you decide to come to Shetland by ferry then you will arrive in Lerwick. 
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