- Tenure: Freehold
- Compact hobby/equestrian farm
- 4 bedroom house
- Entrance hall
- 1 reception room and study
- Open plan kitchen/breakfast/drawing room
- Master bedroom suite
- 3 further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- In all 2462 sq ft
- Range of buildings, yard and grazing land
Inver Primary School (0.4mi.)
Hill of Fearn Primary School (2.9mi.)
Hilton of Cadboll Primary School (3.6mi.)
Lot 1 - Whitehorses House, farmland and buildings
An attractive contemporary house together with a range of buildings and grazing ground
Approximately 3.72 Ha (9.2 acres) in total.
Whitehorses House was built in 2012 and comprises a modern, part timber-clad property which provides light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over a single floor. The spacious triple aspect sitting room is fitted with skylights admitting a wealth of natural light and patio doors to the grounds. The drawing room has a vaulted ceiling with skylights and features full-height glazing, a contemporary wall-mounted fire and patio doors to the garden terrace, making this an ideal family and entertaining space. There is a well-proportioned dual aspect study and an extensive triple aspect kitchen/breakfast/drawing room with neighbouring utility room and separate laundry room with garden access. The kitchen provides a range of contemporary units with a large central island with breakfast bar, modern integrated appliances and space for a sizeable dining table.
The accommodation is completed by a generous master bedroom with fitted dressing room and a very spacious en suite bathroom with twin sinks, separate walk-in shower, raised bath and patio doors to the gardens. There are three further well-proportioned bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom with freestanding bath and separate walk-in shower.
The property is pleasantly situated in a rural location in the Northern Highlands, within easy reach of the picturesque seaside fishing village of Portmahomack and less than 6 miles from the historic town of Tain. Portmahomack has a good range of day-to-day amenities including a village store, hotel, café and restaurants, public houses and a primary school. Tain is the oldest Royal Burgh of Scotland and has a wider selection of local amenities and facilities including independent shopping, restaurants, cafés and public houses. The property is ideally located for exploring the Highland region and sites of interest including the Whisky Distillery Centre, home to Glenmorangie single malt and the famous Falls of Shin where salmon leaping close to hand can often be seen. More extensive shopping and leisure facilities can be found in Inverness, the Highland Capital.
The property is approached over a shared gravelled driveway with Inver Kennels (Lot 2) and the courtyard provides extensive private parking for multiple vehicles bordered by areas of level lawn screened by mature trees. The property's formal gardens are laid mainly to level lawn with a spacious covered paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. The remaining grounds comprise areas of agricultural land, outbuildings including stables, general purpose shed and former kennels, the whole enjoying far-reaching views towards the coast.
To the rear of the house is an area of gravel and hard standing surrounded by lawn whilst the front of the house is also laid to lawn. Three sides of the lot are enclosed by trees which provide privacy and shelter.
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