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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Drumnadrochit, Inverness

Offers Over £390,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period property
  • Entrance porch
  • 2 Reception rooms and study
  • Kitchen
  • 6 Bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
  • Air source central heating
  • Photovoltaic solar panels
  • Double garage and various sheds
  • Gardens with vegetables beds and a variety of trees

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Clunemore House was built circa 1850 and is pleasantly situated in the wooded hills above Loch Ness with views over the surrounding countryside and beyond and close to the famous Dhivach Falls. This idyllic Highland setting and lifestyle will attract many buyers looking for a rural property close to the iconic Loch Ness, but also convenient for Inverness and the airport.

In keeping with the era of the property there are numerous features which include raised skirtings, plaster cornicing, high ceilings and fireplaces with timber vermantles in most rooms.

The front door leads to a porch which then leads through glazed double doors to the inner hallway and staircase to the first floor. There is a large spacious sitting room with a French door to the greenhouse and double glazed doors to the formal dining room. On the other side of the hallway there is a study/home office, single bedroom and wc. The dining kitchen comes with a range of wall and base storage units, oil fired Aga and walk in larder.

On the upper level the landing leads to the master bedroom and bathroom. There are 4 further bedrooms, family bathroom, linen cupboard and storage facilities.

Accessed from outside are the gardeners wc and boiler room.

EPC Rating: D

Loch Ness lies on the Great Glen fault line and is one of the three lochs joined by canal from the coast to coast connection of the Caledonian Canal. The hills on either side rise steeply from the loch and it is here that Clunemore House is located, amidst some of Scotland’s most dramatic, unspoilt and spectacular scenery. The native woodlands and dramatic waterfalls provide a natural habitat for a wide variety of flora and fauna, while the landscape of lochs, mountains and moors offer limitless opportunities for recreation including walking, climbing, sailing, fishing and shooting. The village of Drumnadrochit is just over a mile away and has good local shops catering for daily needs, a doctor’s surgery, restaurants as well as primary and secondary schooling.

The grounds at Clunemore House extend to approximately 0.6 acres, much of which is laid to lawn but interspersed with vegetable beds, fruit bushes, a variety of trees including apples, cherries and plums, plus plants and shrubs including many rhododendrons and azeleas with a different species coming into flower at regular intervals between March and August. There is ample parking for several vehicles plus a double garage. There is an extensive range of larch built sheds providing a workshop, wood shed, freezer room, paint store and garden equipment shed. There is a further timber garden shed adjacent to the fruit garden.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 June 2016

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