Mullagrach House is in the hamlet of Polbain on the Coigach peninsula. The property is in a delightful, secluded setting with spectacular sea views to the Summer Isles, an archipelago of mainly uninhabited islands, including the idyllic Mullagrach Island which forms part of this sale.

Phiddy Robertson of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said: “This is an exciting opportunity to acquire not just a lovely coastal home but also an island, offering the ultimate private getaway. The island is a haven for wildlife and the owners have created a small cabin, which is well equipped, to enable full enjoyment of the island with minimal impact on the abundant birdlife. The setting is absolutely magical and would offer a wonderful opportunity to relax and reconnect with nature.”

Mullagrach House has comfortable, well-presented accommodation all on one level,  including two reception rooms and four bedrooms. The main rooms take advantage of the stunning views to the Summer Isles, and the property is a successful holiday let.

There are lovely gardens, notably the terraced garden set into the hillside to the rear of the house, with steps and grassy paths leading up through well-stocked mixed beds of specimen trees, shrubs and herbaceous perennials to sheltered sitting areas and viewpoints.

Mullagrach Island is the most northerly of the Summer Isles, a group of around 30 islands south of the Coigach peninsula.

The island extends to approximately 88.7 acres and comprises rough grass and heather dotted with wildflowers and a coastline of rocky beaches, sheltered coves, caves and cliffs. It has been the owners’ objective to conserve and improve the wildlife of the island including, amongst others, great skua, kittiwakes, shag, fulmars and geese.

Mullagrach Island, which can easily be reached by boat from the mainland, has a landing stage and running mooring. There is a high-quality, low environmental impact cabin on the island positioned and designed to withstand the weather conditions, with a curved, heather clad roof which blends into the landscape. The interior is well equipped with a kitchen area, wood burning stove and two box beds, while solar panels provide power and there is an outside composting WC. There is a rainwater collection system, but drinking water is bottled.

The option exists to purchase the sellers’ boat by separate negotiation. The boat is equipped with a battery powered outboard motor.

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The Coigach Peninsula is one of the most beautiful parts of the western Highlands and falls within Scotland’s first European Geopark, an area recognised globally for its outstanding geological features, cultural heritage and forward thinking communities.

The area has sandy beaches and is popular for sea kayaking, diving, sea fishing and island cruises, while the picturesque harbour of Old Dorney is close by and provides a sheltered mooring for boats.

The property is for sale as a whole for offers over £895,000 or in two lots as follows: