Inchlumpie House, Strathrusdale, Alness, Highland, IV17 0YQ

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  • BA748-0601S
  • House
  • Sold
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  • Freehold
  • Highland

Charming four-bedroom Swedish Chalet style property situated in a tranquil rural location together with approximately 3.4 acres of land including two paddocks

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      • Stable block including three loose boxes and tack room and two hay stores
      • Numerous outbuildings including a delightful Summer House
      • Attractive garden area planted with cottage garden plants and bushes

      Inchlumpie House is a characterful four-bedroom chalet set centrally in beautiful garden grounds which sit themselves within 3.4 acres of land. The property is tastefully decorated and has wood panelling features. It has electric heating and double glazing. Set in a tranquil location, Inchlumpie House is surrounded by natural woodland and is a haven for wildlife.

      From the access track, a tarmac driveway leads to a large parking area.

      A painted door opens to the hallway which has a built-in storage cupboard. Access is gained to the sitting room, bathroom and bedrooms one and two.

      The sitting room is to the left of the hallway and has wood panelling features and a large picture window with patio doors which open to the front. The sitting room overlooks the front garden and enjoys open views to the Novar Estate and surrounding woodland. There is a woodburning stove on a slate hearth with slate back panel.

      An opening leads to the kitchen which has a hardwood floor and wall units painted in dusky pink with an Electrolux oven and four ring hob with extractor over. There is space for a fridge. A water purifying system will be included in the sale.

      From the hallway access is gained to bedrooms one and two, which both sit to the rear of the property and have windows overlooking the rear garden.

      The bathroom has a coloured three-piece suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath which is fully tiled around and has a Triton shower over.

      A wooden staircase leads to the upper floor landing which has a large storage cupboard which offers under eaves storage, two further built in cupboards with sliding doors offer further storage.

      Bedroom three is a large double room which sits to the front of the property and has a window overlooking the garden and over the forest to the hills beyond.

      Bedroom four is a further double room which sits to the rear of the property and has a window overlooking the back garden.

      The immediate garden grounds which surround the property are mainly laid to lawn with planted beds and mature trees and bushes providing a high degree of privacy. There is an established rock garden with a path which leads to the summer house.

      There is a Kennel with four pens and an outdoor run, two workshops and a delightful Summer House which offers extra sleeping accommodation.

      The quality stabling offers three loose boxes all with rubber floor matting, one with rubber wall matting and a tack room with High Security Asgard tack store.

      There are various pathways through the garden which lead to hidden wildlife havens which attract plenty of birdlife. A small burn runs to the side of the property.

      A stone path leads from the garden up through the fields to a further parking area adjacent to the road.

      The land extends to approximately 3.4 acres which includes two horse paddocks and a further grazing field. The property is a registered small holding.

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      From Inverness follow the A9 over the Cromarty Bridge. Continue for 4.4 miles until you reach a left hand turn signposted Skiach Services. Take the B9176 and continue on until you go over a small single-track bridge, continue up to the top of the steep hill and along until you reach a left-hand turn signposted Strathusdale Dublin. Continue along this road for three miles passing the entrance to Ardross Castle. Continue along and you will go over a cattle grid. There is a parking area shortly after this on the left-hand side. You can park here and walk down the steps to Inchlumpie House or you can continue along and take the next left turn and follow the track to the end where you will reach the driveway for Inchlumpie House. What3Words ///cargo.genius.revives