Easter Achnacloich lies on the edge of the hamlet of Ardross close to the town of Alness in Easter Ross. The property comprises a sympathetically modernised house and garden, traditional steading and separate bungalow with approximately 32 hectares of south-facing permanent pasture. The house is on an elevated site with a backdrop of mature woodland and with stunning views over its own land and Loch Achnacloich to Ben Wyvis in the west and with glimpses of the Cromarty Firth to the east.
The current owners purchased the property in 1981 and at that stage fully renovated the house to create a delightful family home which they have continued to improve and maintain. The house sits in established, easily managed gardens with a recently erected studio/summerhouse with electricity. The stone and slate steading, which is currently let, has been improved and well-maintained and includes workshops, machinery stores and animal housing with an adjacent Dutch barn and sheep fanks. Subject to the necessary consents, the steading offers further commercial potential. The bungalow, which lies beyond the steading, is currently let on a short assured tenancy and provides comfortable two bedroom accommodation.
The farmland at Easter Achnacloich lies to the east, south and west of the house and comprises well-managed, south-facing pasture, rough grazing and a small plantation.