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A rare opportunity to purchase part of a landmark historic Category 'B' listed building which enjoys spectacular uninterrupted views over the Wick harbour, marina and to the town beyond. This spacious detached Telford Town apartment is self-contained and benefits from oil central heating, sash and case double-glazed windows throughout. In excellent decorative order the accommodation comprises of lounge, kitchen/diner, two bedrooms and bathroom. At the rear there is an enclosed, walled, secluded garden with patio area and wooden garden shed and below the brae of the house there are two cellars which are currently leased out. There is an identical ground floor apartment which is totally self-contained, but could be restored with some work to become all one again, as the original staircase is behind walls. The ground floor apartment is by separate negotiation.
History Home of Wick engineer James Bremner, the Round House was designed by Thomas Telford and is an example of a bow-fronted mansion. Built about 1807, it was originally the home of George Burn, appointed as master of the new harbour works at Pulteneytown by the British Fisheries Society. The Pulteneytown harbour was completed in 1811. The success of the herring fishery at Pulteneytown necessitated expansion of the harbour, a contract won by James Bremner and completed in 1828. Bremner's hospitality was famous, the house was a welcome refuge for strangers, especially those wrecked at sea. He had been known to board officers and crew of shipwrecked vessels at his home for months at a time.
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