Ach An Darach lies in a spectacular setting in the crofting township of Teavarran near Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. The site and land was purchased by the current owner in 2012 and the build of this outstanding contemporary home …
Ach An Darach lies in a spectacular setting in the crofting township of Teavarran near Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. The site and land was purchased by the current owner in 2012 and the build of this outstanding contemporary home completed in 2014. The design of the house was heavily influenced by the owners to create an exceptionally comfortable, well laid out and practical home, taking advantage of the stunning views over its own land to Strathglass, Strath Cannich and Ben Wyvis. In addition, the house is highly energy efficient with income generating solar panels, excellent levels of insulation, 2 Clearview wood burning stoves and an air source heat pump for the hot water.
The ground floor accommodation is bright and welcoming with partially glazed internal doors filling the house with natural light. The triple aspect sitting room has a Clearview wood burning stove, its warmth filtering through the house, there is a comfortable en suite bedroom, while the peaceful morning room with french doors to the garden could also provide further bedroom accommodation and has been used as a guest dining room when the owners have offered B&B. The stunning dining kitchen and family room is the focal point of the house, with its beautifully appointed kitchen, electric four oven AGA, Clearview wood burning stove and french doors to the flagstone terrace. From the kitchen, a door leads to the spacious utility room with larder cupboard and doors to shower room and boot room. The first floor landing has a bright sitting/study area with beautiful views which also has the potential for conversion to a fifth bedroom. The master bedroom has a well appointed en suite bathroom, while the two further bedrooms have en suite shower rooms.
The house sits in decrofted grounds of approximately 0.29 hectares (0.74 acres) with high quality outbuildings and beautiful gardens. The registered croft land extends to approximately 4.58 hectares (11.3 acres) and comprises of arable land used for grazing sheep and silage together with an area of rough grazing and amenity woodland.