Heath House is a stunning New England style house set on the fringes of Errogie, a hamlet lying to the south of Loch Ness in Inverness-shire. The house has the traditional features of New England design with its side gabled pitched roof, open porch and timber cladding and this look has been carried through to the interior with wooden floors and neutral shades.
The property was designed by James Denholm Architects and constructed using the latest insulation and heating systems to ensure minimal running costs, while the generous windows enhance solar gain. To take advantage of the natural light and woodland views, the open plan living accommodation is on the first floor and includes a spacious sitting area with full length windows which open to the balcony, the triple aspect dining area and a beautiful fitted kitchen. The comfortable ground floor bedrooms have peaceful garden views and the master bedroom has french windows opening to the veranda.
The delightful, grounds at Heath House extend to approximately 1.2 acres and comprise lawn fringed by mature woodland providing a habitat for native wildlife. There is timber decking along two sides of the house and a veranda on the west side of the house.