The Old Manse, Duthil, By Carrbridge, Highland, Asking Price £625,000


The Old Manse sits in an exquisite location in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, on the edge of the rural hamlet of Duthil and close to the charming village of Grantown-on-Spey. With three reception rooms and nine bedrooms the property offers flexible and well-appointed accommodation and is a wonderful family home with potential for use as a B&B. With many fine period features. The dual aspect drawing has an open fire, whilst the dining room which also has an open fire and there is a wonderful sitting room with access to the garden. The impressive grounds extend to just over half an acre, with areas of lawn, well stocked borders, fruit trees and various raised beds, a greenhouse and a patio to the rear, all enclosed by a stone wall. The garage (the old coach house) is located just outside the gates.

Hillside, Aberlour, Moray, Offers Over £450,000

Hillside sits in a stunning semi-rural setting at the heart of Speyside and near the popular Speyside village of Aberlour. Hillside is a most impressive, detached house constructed in 2008 of rendered block under a pitched slate roof, the house provides spacious and very well-appointed accommodation over two storeys. It is beautifully presented and has a light and welcoming atmosphere. The sitting room and dining kitchen are particularly appealing rooms with large windows overlooking the rear garden and French doors leading directly out to the veranda and garden from the dining room. The sitting room has an inset wood burning stove and pocket doors between the sitting room and dining room enable flexible use of the space. Large windows ensure the house is flooded with natural light. The house is energy efficient with double glazing, a ground source heat pump and solar PV panels. It also benefits from a central vacuum system. There is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and radiators on the first floor. The impressive and mature garden extends to 0.7 acres and includes various areas of lawn interspersed with well stocked beds, rock features, a pond, various mature trees and raised beds and there’s also a lean-to greenhouse to the rear of the property.

Rose Cottage, Isle of Whithorn, Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway, Offers Over £325,000

Rose Cottage is an idyllic 1.5 storey country cottage situated in a peaceful location between the Isle of Whithorn and Burrowhead, the most southerly point in the Machars. It’s just a short walk to join the coastal path and the Whithorn path and cycle network. The nearest village is the small fishing village, the Isle of Whithorn. Accommodation includes two reception rooms and four bedrooms. The spacious open plan dining area is a double aspect room filled with natural light. This flexible space has stairs leading to the first floor, overlooks the garden behind and offers a sociable space for dining with family and friends. The flow of the property continues to the main reception room, with views on three sides and double doors opening out to the garden and patio. The grounds extend to around 0.86 acres and include a beautiful cottage garden, potting shed, greenhouse, vegetable garden, and a sea view can be enjoyed from the higher level as well as views over the surrounding countryside. Solar panels have been installed on the roof and a quarterly income is received from FiTS payments. 

Struan, Calgary, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Offers Over £495,000

Situated in a most impressive location, Struan commands a stunning position near Calgary’s spectacular sandy beach on Mull’s north west coast. Mull is connected to the mainland via a choice of ferry services including from Craignure to the popular coastal town of Oban and from Tobermory to Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula. Struan is a charming, detached, three-bedroom house. The property, which would benefit from some refurbishment, offers well-proportioned accommodation with scope for further enhancement to suit modern day living. The property boasts several outbuildings which offer flexible use or potential for development subject to planning consent. The property is surrounded by its garden on all sides, it is mainly laid to lawn and amenity woodland with a small river running through.

Foinaven, Nether Burnhaugh, Netherley, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Offers Over £625,000

Foinaven offers the perfect balance between quiet countryside living and being in easy reach of both Aberdeen City and the charming coastal town of Stonehaven. Sat amongst the beautiful countryside, with far reaching views and an idyllic setting, this property offers a wonderful sustainable family home with three reception rooms and five bedrooms. The property forms part of a small executive development of six homes. The design and style is sympathetic to the environment and setting and includes slate roof and Scottish larch timber cladding, whilst internally there is under floor heating to the ground floor, timber windows throughout and solar panels to the roof. Foinaven sits in generous garden grounds enclosed by fencing and wall. The garden is presently laid to lawn, creating a blank canvas for any buyer to create their own beautiful garden grounds.