3 bedroom detached house for saleLochletter Cottage, Bothy & Land, Balnain, Glenurquhart, Highland, IV63
- Attractive small holding which lies to the east end of Loch Meikle
- Loch letter Farm Cottage - 2 Reception Rooms and 3 Bedrooms
- The Bothy - 1 Reception Room and 1 Bedroom
- A substantial range of useful farm buildings
- Useful grass paddocks and extensive amenity woodlands
- About 52.67 acres in all
Lochletter Farm Cottage and the adjoining land lies at the east end of Loch Meikle, amidst spectacular Highland scenery. The holding forms a most attractive, compact small holding with useful grass paddocks, excellent farm buildings and pretty amenity woodland. It also includes a one bedroom, traditional bothy and to allow purchasers flexibility, the property is been offered for sale as a whole or in two lots.
Lochletter enjoys ready access to the Great Glen and its many tourist attractions; yet it is in a peaceful and unspoilt location and just a short distance away are Strathfarrar and Glen Affric, two National Nature Reserves with remnants of the ancient Caledonian pine forest set in a landscape of outstanding beauty. This protected countryside offers the best in rural sport and recreation, from enjoying the native wildlife, to walking and cycling on forest tracks, and fishing for salmon and trout on the local rivers and lochs.
LOT 1: LOCH LETTER FARM COTTAGE, THE FARM BUILDINGS AND THE LAND
About 52.5 acres (21.26 Ha) in all
Loch Letter Farm Cottage is approached off the single track tarmacadam drive, shared with the adjoining Loch Letter Farm, by a track which sweeps past the farm buildings to a generous gravelled parking area. The cottage is of concrete block construction under a slate roof.
GARDEN AND OUTBUILDINGS
The cottage stands in a generous garden, partly walled and partly fenced, with lawns to the front and rear. Forming a lean-to off the gable is timber Garden Shed, 4.92m x 3.39m, with a felt roof, housing the oil tank. There is also a further small timber garden shed and a corrugated iron clad shed. The garden includes former fruit and vegetable patches and a hen run and to the front of the house is a fenced plantation with a variety of amenity hardwoods, with a small grass paddock adjacent.
A compact range of farm buildings, more than adequate for a holding this size.
Extending in all to some 52.5 acres (21.26 Ha), the land has two useful grass fields, extending to some 8.3 acres (3.36 Ha) providing useful livestock grazing, with water troughs.
The rest of the land is attractive amenity woodland, containing a mixture of hardwoods but primarily silver birch. A good access road, shared in part by the owner of the Lodge and chalets, runs through the property, with woodland on either side and there are two small ponds.
LOT 2: THE BOTHY, About 0.17 acres (0.07 Ha)
The Bothy is a most attractive dwelling of stone construction under a tiled roof with an extension to the rear.
The accommodation on one floor comprises: Open plan Living room/Dining room, Kitchen, Bedroom.
The area offered with the Bothy extends to some 0.17 acres (0.07 Ha) and to the rear is a triangular area, currently uncultivated but with great potential.
EPC Rating = D
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