Apartment 12 has three double bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen with dining area, spacious sitting room with bay and turret windows, and two bathrooms, all recently decorated and furnished to a high standard. The property has a lift as well as a sweeping staircase.
Lentran House sits elevated on the south shore of Beauly Firth and is set in secluded private gardens and mature woodland with Inverness being an easy commute about 7 miles to the east.
Marsaili Macleod of Galbraith in Inverness says:
This is one of the loveliest rental properties available in the Highlands of Scotland. The owner has tastefully refurbished the apartment to the highest standard, creating a welcoming home. The approaching driveway and the history of the house add to the sense of grandeur
Lentran House was at one time home to the Provost of Inverness and also the base for an RAF Spitfire Maintenance Unit during the Second World War. Another apartment in the building was recently shortlisted in BBC Scotland's Home of the Year award, for the Highland region.
With the Cairngorms a 45-minute drive away, opportunities for outdoor pursuits in the area are numerous, from walking and munro bagging to cycling, water sports or horse riding.
The property is on the North Coast 500 route and also provides a base for the Cairngorms, or ferries to the Islands. Loch Ness is 11 miles to the south with its fabled history.
Inverness with its numerous restaurants and shops also has an airport, and terminus of the Caledonian Sleeper.
Galbraith is the largest independent property consultancy in Scotland, with eleven offices covering the entire country.
Apartment 12, Lentran House, is available through Galbraith for a rental of £1,200 per calendar month. For more information please contact Marsaili Macleod on 01463 224343