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Beauly, Inverness-Shire, IV4.

Key features

  • 6 bedrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 398.18 acres
  • Outbuildings
  • Period
  • Fishing
  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Rural

Property description

Cannich 2½ miles, Beauly 14 miles, Inverness 26 miles, Inverness Airport 33 miles

Fully refurbished including three reception rooms, five to six bedrooms and three bathrooms
Former Bothy including a refurbished rod and equipment store on the ground floor and two rooms and former bathroom on the first floor
Range of outbuildings including workshop, log store, tool shed | Formal gardens | Glass burn with attractive falls through gardens | Woodland walks
Land comprising 19 acres rough grazing, 182 acres mixed mature woodland and 173 acres hill
Red deer stalking with vehicular access onto hill | Rough shooting and wildfowling opportunities
Woodland creation and environmental opportunities.
For sale as a whole

Glassburn House sits back from the main road in a private position surrounded by mature gardens and woodland. The property is approached off the main road (A831) via a tree-lined private tarmac driveway including three majestic Douglas fir. There is a gravel sweep which surrounds the
house providing ample parking.
The attractive B-listed property is constructed of solid grey winstone with contrasting pink Tarradale sandstone window dressings beneath a pitched slate roof. The current owners have carried out a sympathetic refurbishment including two new bathrooms, re-plumbing, new heating system and an
electric AGA. Internals features include the large sitting room with wood burning stove and the dining kitchen with AGA and terracotta tiled floor.
Upstairs the bedrooms are all well-proportioned with lovely views over the garden. The principal family bathroom is very elegant with marble flooring, a large bathtub with marble surround and complete with a lancet window with seat.

Gardens and outbuildings
Behind the house, there is a timber built Bothy. Constructed over two storeys it comprises of a rod room/equipment store on the ground floor and two rooms with a former bathroom on the first floor. The building may have potential for development as an annexe to the main house, subject to the necessary planning consent(s).

Further outbuildings include a timber built range comprising of a workshop, a potting shed and a wood shed.
The house is surrounded by mature gardens with formal lawns to the front and side, with rhododendrons, azaleas, flowering shrubs and perennials in herbaceous borders and
surrounded by attractive mixed mature woodland. The Glass Burn tumbles from the hill above coming through the gardens creating a series of falls and providing a spectacular backdrop to the house. There are a series of paths that traverse the hill on either side of the house creating some lovely woodland walks including great views over the Glass Burn falls.

Land & woodland
The land holding extends to 398.18 acres in total. It rises from about 50 metres (164 feet) above sea level by the River Glass and rises up to through the mixed mature woodland at about 213 metres (700 feet) and then on to heather moor at about 365 metres (1200 feet) at the northwestern boundary.
The land consists of 19 acres rough grazing, 182 acres mixed woodland, 173 acres open hill and 24 acres buildings/gardens/river/miscellaneous ground.
The woodlands at Glassburn extend to about 182 acres in total and comprise of a diverse mixture of both species and age. A plantation of about 15 acres is situated in the northeast corner of the estate and comprises of 26-30
old mixed species regeneration, together with mature trees (Douglas Fir, Larch, Hemlock and Spruce) of commercial value with extraction facilitated by the proximity to the road and a loading bay.

Sporting – Salmon & trout fishing
The estate salmon fishings comprise about 0.5 miles of the left (north) bank of the River Glass which start from the Glassburn mouth below the house (shown as C-D on sale plan).

Glassburn Estate is situated on the north side of Strathglass, a small highland glen and yet only 26 miles southwest of Inverness. The strath is flanked by rugged hillsides and the River Glass, part of


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Beauly, Inverness-Shire, IV4.


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  • Beauly Station11.7 miles
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