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Detached house
4 bedroom
2 bathroom

Property features

  • Spacious family accommodation in walk-in condition
  • Workshops and stables and former farmhouse ideal for further development
  • Ideal small-holding or equestrian property

Property description

Video Tour Available - Four-bedroom detached steading conversion with the potential to extend further together with approximately 12 acres of land set in a delightful elevated position with views to Loch Ness

Mill of Divach has been sympathetically converted to provide a spacious four-bedroom home, the property offers an excellent opportunity for a small holding and there is plenty of potential for further development with the numerous outbuildings.

The property presents very well, it has been recently redecorated throughout in neutral colours. It is fully double glazed and has oil fired central heating and is a very comfortable home.

From the gravel courtyard a half-glazed door leads to the hallway. Doors to open to the kitchen and the lounge and also the bathroom. There is wooden flooring to the ground floor and an beech staircase rises to the upper floor

To the right of the hall a glazed door opens to the kitchen. The kitchen has a good range of floor and wall units with a solid beech worksurface. A Bosch dishwasher and Zanussi oven with induction hob are included in the sale. An attractive stone feature wall houses an oil-fired Rayburn which also provides supplementory heating to the hot water system. There is a window to the front overlooking the courtyard and French doors to the rear which open to the conservatory.

The conservatory is fully glazed and has French doors which lead to the garden. It enjoys open views towards Loch Ness across the farmland and woodland beyond.

Returning to the hallway there is a large walk-in storage cupboard which is currently used as acloakroom. There is a family bathroom with a three-piece suite in white comprising bath, wash hand basin and WC. The bath has panelling to the side and wet wall around and a telephone style shower attachment over.

To the left of the hall is the living room which is bright and spacious and has triple aspect windows enjoying rural views. This could also be used as a bedroom.

From the hall, the wooden staircase leads to the upper floor where there are three further bedrooms and a shower room.

Bedroom one has two large Velux windows and a side window overlooking the mill pond now visited by ducks and herons and woodland this is very large spacious double room.

Bedroom two is also a very good-sized room which is L-shaped and has two Velux windows and built-in storage cupboard and a built-in double wardrobe.

Bedroom three has a Velux window which enjoys views to the hills and Loch Ness beyond.

Completing the upper floor accommodation is a shower room with a two-piece suite in white and a walk-in shower cubicle housing and electric shower with wet wall panelling around.

Returning to the kitchen and a door leads to the workshop. This room has been converted to be used as a spacious sitting room, currently used as a studio. It has French windows to the rear and a door to the side and front. There is also the utility room which has a good range of storage, a sink and Bosch washing machine. There is recessed storage above and space for a fridge freezer.

External

The outbuildings run from the rear of the sitting room/studio and could also be further converted to add to the accommodation. The stores comprise of a further workshop, a store, stables and further store housing the water tank and filter system. There is a section of the roof space above the stable and store which has floored and the original hayloft door is still in situ.

The separate building which was the former farmhouse is now used as a garage and for storage and could also be converted to provide further accommodation or more stabling.

The property extends to approx.13.5acres in total, 12.5acres being permanent grassland with a further 1acre in and around the house and buildings. The land is classified as Grade 5 by the James Hutton Institute and is fenced in one enclosure for sheep, cattle or horses with water available from the burn. The field is registered with SGRPID and is eligible to receive agricultural subsidies and LFASS payments for livestock. BPS entitlements are available to purchase separately by negotiation.

Access to the property is by a shared track from the public road with maintenance costs apportioned on a usage basis.

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      Bell Ingram - Inverness

      5 High Street Beauly, Inverness IV4 7BS

      Situated in the Capital of the Highlands, the Inverness office team provide a broad range of land agency services ranging from traditional estate management to utilities & pipelines, in addition to rural consultancy, estate agency and valuations. Bell Ingram Design also provide Building Surveying and Architectural services from the Inverness office.

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