Achinduich House is a traditional highland property situated in a woodland garden extending to approximately 2 acres and was built in 1900 when the estate was under the ownership of Andrew Carnegie. The property has spacious and well laid out accommodation and has been tastefully decorated to retain a traditional feel and has very good quality fixtures and fittings. The property is fully double glazed and had oil fired central heating.
The property is accessed via a gravel driveway to a gravel parking area where there is space for several vehicles. There is also a garage.
A UPVC hardwood door leads to the utility room which has plumbing for a washing machine. It has a ceramic tiled floor for ease of cleaning. A door leads to the hallway and a further door opens to the dining kitchen which has a very good range of floor and wall units in oak. There is a ceramic sink and a range master oven with ceramic hob and an integrated dishwasher. The kitchen has a ceramic tiled floor there is plenty of room for a dining table.
A large opening leads to the sitting room which has a wooden floor and dual aspect windows which overlook the front and side gardens enjoying views over the garden. A door leads to the hallway where there is a WC under the stairs. A door leads to the front vestibule which in turn takes you to the front garden.
The living room sits opposite the sitting room and this room again has dual aspect windows enjoying views over the front and side gardens. There is a central feature of an open fire with a slate hearth and wooden surround.
Returning to the hall and a staircase rises to the upper floor where there is a bathroom to the right with a three-piece suite comprising bath, sink, WC. There is a shower over the bath.
Two further steps take you to the landing which has doors accessing all bedrooms.
Bedroom one has a window to the side and three built-in storage cupboards. There is an en-suite shower room with two-piece suite in white and a modern large walk-in shower with mains shower over and wet wall panelling.
Bedroom 2 sits to the front of the property and has dual aspect windows enjoying superb rural views of the hills beyond. Bedroom three again sits to the front. This is a single room with a window overlooking the garden to the hills beyond.
Bedroom 4 again sits to the front and has dual aspect windows to the front and side and has a built-in storage cupboard.
Achinduich House is bounded by mature woodland and has a large garden to the front which is laid to lawn with mature trees and bushes. To the rear of the property is planted with native woodland trees and paths meander through to secluded seating areas from which to enjoy the peace of the area.
There is a store to the rear which is separated into three compartments and has tin profile roofing.
Our client will be retaining the name Achinduich House
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From Inverness take the A9 north crossing the Kessock and Cromarty Bridges. After Evanton turn left on the B9176 signposted for Bonar Bridge and Lairg. Continue for some 14 miles turning left on the A836 just before Ardgay. Cross the Bonar Bridge and continue left through the village for a further 6.2 miles on the A836. You will see a large lay-by at the right of the road and the driveway to Achinduich House is accessed from here.