- Tenure: Freehold
- An A-listed Georgian Country House with 3 main reception rooms, 8 principal bedrooms, 4 bathrooms.
- and including two 1st floor flats (4 bedrooms and 2 bedrooms respectively).
- Three estate cottages (Gate Lodge and two detached dwellings).
- Two further cottages requiring complete refurbishment.
- Formal gardens including sweeping lawns and a C-listed 1.8 acre former Walled Garden.
- Range of traditional and more modern farm buildings.
- Land consisting of 185.42 acres grass leys, 149.02 acres woodland, 8.27 acres of rough grazing.
- About 1.35 miles of single bank salmon and sea trout fishing on the River Nairn with a 10-year average of 23 salmon and 2 sea trout.
- Exciting roe deer stalking opportunities and potential to establish a pheasant shoot.
- Former home of Scottish Secretary of State hosting meetings with 3 Prime ministers.
Croy Primary School (0.8mi.)
Cawdor Primary School (2.7mi.)
Holme Rose is situated in a private position within the attractive Nairn Valley, not far from the Moray Firth coastline and conveniently close (4 miles) to Inverness airport.
The attractive coastal town of Nairn is only 9 miles to the northeast and is a popular holiday destination. It has a good selection of local services including a range of shops, art gallery, two museums, cafes and restaurants. There is a
lovely beach and recreational facilities including a renowned golf course, a sports centre, swimming pool, cricket pitch, tennis club and riding centre. The
harbour is a focal point of the town and is home to a small fishing fleet, marina and sailing club. There is primary and secondary schooling, with Gordonstoun
Independent School 30 miles away.
The city of Inverness is only 10 miles away and has all the facilities expected of the Highland’s capital including supermarkets, retail parks, cultural and medical facilities. There is a train station with regular services to Aberdeen, Perth and Edinburgh together with a sleeper service to London. Inverness airport offers regular flights to London, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, and other UK and European destinations. As well as the sport on the estate itself, the surrounding area has plenty of sporting opportunities with salmon and sea trout fishing on the Rivers Nairn, Findhorn and Spey all within easy reach. Driven grouse and pheasant shooting are available to rent on surrounding estates. The beautiful Spey valley with its Whisky trail and skiing at the Lecht in the Eastern Cairngorms is 53 miles away.
The surrounding coastline has many sandy beaches including Findhorn Bay and the Moray Firth offers sailing, windsurfing, sea angling and dolphin watching trips from Nairn. For the golfer, there are two championship courses at Nairn, together with
Castle Stuart Golf links and further afield at Royal Dornoch. There are plenty of cultural and historic sites to visit in the surrounding area
including Fort George, Brodie Castle and Cawdor Castle.
Nestled within the Nairn Valley, Holme Rose is an attractive residential and amenity estate close to the Moray Firth, with lovely views overlooking the policies towards the Nairn River. Situated at its core, is the very attractive Holme Rose House. The house is an excellent example of Georgian symmetry. It boasts an elevated position and includes 3 reception rooms, 8 principal bedrooms and 4 bathrooms,
as well as two flats with a further 6 bedrooms.
In addition to the Gate Lodge, there are four further estate cottages, two of which require refurbishment. The formal gardens are laid out surrounding the main house, and they also include a wonderful C-listed 1.8 acre former walled garden, over which two of the cottages overlook. The estate also has a range of traditional and more modern farm buildings. The surrounding land at Holme Rose is gently sloping and from the haugh land by River Nairn it rises from 60 metres to about 100 metres above sea level at the north western boundary.
Extending to approximately 358 acres in total, the land consists 185.42 acres of grass leys, 149.02 acres of woodland, 8.27 acres of rough grazing and 15.26 acres of gardens/buildings/river/miscellaneous ground. The woodland comprises a mix of mature commercial woodland, amenity woodland and new plantings. It is not only a home for wildlife, but it also offers opportunities for roe deer stalking and the potential to create a small pheasant shoot.
The estate also includes 1.3 miles of single bank salmon and sea trout fishing on the River Nairn with a 10-year average of 23 salmon and 2 sea trout. The estate has the right to fish 2 rods. In recent years the Nairn Angling Association has had a lease over the beat.
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