The property has nine bedrooms and two reception rooms arranged around a central courtyard, with the potential to continue the luxury B & B business in a separate part of the house.
Rod Christie, a partner with Galbraith, said:
This is a superb property, with a flexible layout. The purchasers could continue to offer premium B&B accommodation in the Courtyard side of the house, generating a regular income. Equally there is the opportunity for generations of the same family to live together comfortably, retaining their own space and independence.
The accommodation includes an impressive sitting room with a high ceiling and open fire, a magnificent dining/family room with glazed doors opening on to a large timber deck, a well-equipped kitchen, with high quality integrated appliances and cabinets; and a contemporary snug with wall-mounted television and retractable media screen. There are three bedrooms and a family shower room on the ground floor while on the first floor there are two further bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room.
Directly opposite the main house is the Courtyard, which was completed in 2010 and provides two generously sized bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms. There are two further bedrooms on the first floor, both with en-suite shower rooms and one with a large balcony. The Courtyard has been managed as an award-winning B & B for the past five years, with 5 Star Gold status from Visit Scotland and a 98% guest rating from Booking.com.
The property’s location is an added attraction, less than 10 minutes’ walk from the award-winning Nairn beach, and a stone’s throw from one of Scotland’s most prestigious golf courses – Nairn Golf Club. Castle Stuart Golf Links which has hosted the Scottish Open several times, is only 15 minutes’ drive. All the facilities of Nairn town centre are also within easy reach.
There are a wide range of leisure and sporting opportunities in the area throughout the year including fishing on the world-famous Spey and Findhorn rivers, sailing and walking as well as skiing at The Lecht and in the Cairngorms, around an hour’s drive away.
Inverness airport, just 11 miles away, has regular flights to the south and summer flights to European destinations.
Offers over £700,000 are sought for Sandown House.