The plot at 54A Dell Road, Nethy Bridge sits in a stunning edge of village setting in Nethy Bridge and at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park. The property sits in an enviable location, being sheltered mature woodland with attractive residential housing located in the near vicinity. Nethy Bridge is surrounded by some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery and yet is easily accessible, being close to excellent road and rail communications to all parts of the country.
The Cairngorm Mountains and the surrounding region were designated as a National Park in 2003 to protect its stunning and unspoilt landscape and to promote a balance between nature and the community. This protected status provides an environment which acknowledges that this beautiful area and tourism are inter-dependent, and thus the land at 54A Dell Road, Nethy Bridge, benefits from lying at the heart of a prosperous and popular area with all the associated business opportunities and leisure facilities. This unique and beautiful region offers some of the best rural sport and recreation available anywhere in the United Kingdom and most of these facilities are within easy access of the property: The Cairngorm Ski and Activity Centre offers year round activities, including skiing, mountain biking, walking and climbing, while nearby Loch Insh offers a range of water based sports. There are a number of popular and challenging golf courses in the area, while some of the best fishing in the world is available on the Spey. Shooting and stalking can be arranged locally.
The towns and villages of the National Park have all retained their identity and are vibrant centres offering a range of independent shops and attractions such as whisky museums on the Whisky Trail, art galleries, antique shops and excellent hotels and restaurants. Nearby, Boat of Garten (4 miles) grew up with the arrival of the railway and today this thriving village still benefits from the local steam railway as a tourist attraction. The village has two general stores and primary school, as well as an attractive golf course and brand new hall hosting a wide range of events including music recitals and drama productions. Alternative services are available in Grantown on Spey (6 miles) whilst Aviemore (11 miles) also has an excellent range of shops and amenities including a major supermarket and station on the main Kings Cross line, a championship golf course, a recently developed hotel complex and excellent conference facilities. Both Inverness and Aberdeen airports are about one hour and two hour's drive away respectively.