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Meikle Rhynie Old Farmhouse, Fearn, Tain, Highland, Offers Over £465,000

Meikle Rhynie Old Farmhouse lies between Fearn and Portmahomack on the Tarbat peninsula in Easter Ross. The property is in a beautiful setting with far-reaching views over rolling farmland. Meikle Rhynie is a handsome traditional farmhouse with spacious and well laid out accommodation. The property has been in the same family for many years and, although now in need of modernisation, has been well-maintained and retains traditional features such as well-proportioned rooms, beautiful woodwork and original fireplaces. There have been recent improvements and these include double glazed, wooden windows throughout, renovation of the kitchen extension, and a modern shower room. The property sits within easily managed grounds extending to about 0.5 hectares (1.3 acres) in total.

Rowanburn Hall, Rowanburn, Canonbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Guide Price £350,000

Rowanburn Hall is situated in the peaceful rural hamlet of Rowanburn, a short distance from Canonbie, a charming village on the Border Esk river only a mile from the border with England and is steeped in history. Formerly the School masters House and School, Rowanburn Hall now offers a substantial family home in a peaceful, edge of village location enjoying far reaching countryside views. The property is adaptable in its layout with two/three reception rooms and five bedrooms. The main reception space, formerly served as the principal school room, is of particular appeal with multiple aspect, stunning wood flooring and wood burning stove providing a stunning multi functioning space that can be split to provide dining/office/living space - perfect entertaining and family space. Outside there is a raised decking area ideal for alfresco dining whilst enjoying the countryside views and there is a further patio area accessed from the front porch. The garden wraps around the property and is predominantly laid to lawn, with potential for an outbuilding where the previous garage stood, subject to relevant permissions.


Birchwood, Kippford, Dalbeattie, Offers Over £550,000

Birchwood is a striking contemporary architect designed house with an integral studio apartment located in the popular coastal village of Kippford. Kippford is perennially popular, featuring beautiful coastal walks, as well as being on the edge of the Dalbeattie Woods, which is great for cycling and walking. Characterised by clean lines softened by and contrasting with the surrounding wooded garden, Birchwood has well laid out and thoughtful accommodation with two reception rooms and three / four bedrooms. The grounds surrounding Birchwood are extensive yet complement the property beautifully and create a private site. There is potential within the grounds for further accommodation to be built, subject to obtaining planning permission, and used for holiday letting to provide income.

6 Second Coast, Second Coast, Laide, Achnasheen, Highland, Offers Over £350,000

Situated in the hamlet of Second Coast, close to the village of Laide on the west coast of Scotland, 6 Second Coast enjoys views over Gruinard Bay, Gruinard Island and the spectacular Sutherland hillscape beyond. This property is an R.HOUSE, a sustainable timber framed contemporary property which was completed in 2018 and later enhanced with a rear porch extension. The property is beautifully presented with comfortable accommodation spread over two floors. It is highly energy efficient having an air source heat pump, high levels of insulation and a mechanical ventilation with heat recovery system. The house also benefits from solar gain due to the extensive windows that fill the house with natural light and extend the sense of space into the landscape. There are easily managed garden grounds extending to 0.19 hectares (0.47 acres) with a timber workshop and tool shed.

Braeside, Barhill Road, Dalbeattie, Dumfries and Galloway, Offers Over £430,000

Braeside sits in an elevated position on Barhill Road, which runs adjacent to Barhill Wood on the edge of Dalbeattie. Dalbeattie nestles in the valley of the River Urr, the name means “valley of the silver birch”. Braeside is a wonderful architect designed home sitting in an elevated site which makes the very most of the panoramic views across the town and towards the hills beyond. A balcony nestles atop the double garage and is accessible from both the sitting room and the master bedroom ideal for talking in the stunning views. The spacious accommodation includes three double bedrooms, with the master bedroom being en-suite. The generous sitting room and good sized dining room allow much scope for family events and entertaining friends. The property sits within a mature garden with woodland access.