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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Clunemore House, Drumnadrochit, Inverness, Highland, IV63
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Detached house
4 bed
3 bath
EPC rating: B*
1,765 sq ft / 164 sq m

Key information

Tenure: Freehold
Council tax: Band F
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Heating: Ask agent
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Sewerage: Ask agent
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Property description & features

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Detached period villa.
  • Spectacular views overlooking the Highland countryside.
  • Situated in the picturesque village of Drumnadrochit.
  • Four bedrooms.
  • Three reception rooms.
  • Has a range of outbuildings such as wood store, polytunnel and shed.
  • EPC Rating = F
Detached villa in elevated position with views to Loch Ness.

Description

Clunemore House is a stunning detached period villa occupying a gorgeous elevated position overlooking the Highland countryside. The property is set within its own mature gardens and driveway, with additional outbuildings and detached double garage.

The accommodation begins with an entrance vestibule leading into the spacious hallway. Off here is the main drawing room with welcoming fireplace and dual aspects, along with doors leading out into the conservatory lean-to. The open plan style flows from the living room into the well-positioned dining room. The ground floor also benefits from a large family room and a study which could be utilised as a bedroom, alongside a modernised WC with shower. The well-equipped breakfasting kitchen includes an AGA in Racing Green and is located towards the rear of the property; it also has outside access.

In its current configuration the property has three large double bedrooms on the first floor, one with an en suite, and and there is a main family bathroom complete with bath and shower. The property leads into an additional ‘wing’ accessed by a split level, which has a dressing room, store cupboard and large floored attic room with potential for a variety of uses.

The mature gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a range of outbuildings including a wood store and boiler room, greenhouse, polytunnel and shed.

Location

Clunemore House occupies an attractive elevated rural position approximately 2 miles from Drumnadrochit, a picturesque village situated on the shores of Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands, renowned for its stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

The village is best known as a gateway to Loch Ness, one of Scotland's most iconic and mysterious destinations, ‘home’ to the legendary Loch Ness Monster; the historic ruins of Urquhart Castle are also a famous landmark.

Drumnadrochit boasts a range of outdoor activities for nature enthusiasts, including hiking, cycling, and fishing, with the surrounding landscape featuring rolling hills, dense forests and tranquil waterways.

Drumnadrochit offers a variety of amenities including pubs, cafes and local shops. A full range of facilities and services can be found in Inverness approximately 16 miles distant.

Square Footage: 2,762 sq ft



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Council Tax Band - F

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