Caberfeidh lies in a beautiful, secluded setting close to the village of Auldearn on the Moray Coast. The house, which was built in 1999, has been finished to an exceptionally high standard, incorporating the best of a traditional country property …
Caberfeidh lies in a beautiful, secluded setting close to the village of Auldearn on the Moray Coast. The house, which was built in 1999, has been finished to an exceptionally high standard, incorporating the best of a traditional country property with the benefits of modern building techniques and design. The landscaped grounds create a delightful setting for the house with sweeping lawns, mature hedging, woodland and raised terraces, while the house itself has well-proportioned rooms taking advantage of the bright and sunny site and its wonderful views.
Caberfeidh is both an impressive and welcoming family home. The gracious octagonal hall leads to the reception hall with its double height ceiling and long windows filling the house with natural light, while the elegant drawing room has a curved glass wall and doors to the garden. The contemporary kitchen leads to both the breakfast room and sitting room, creating a focal point for modern day family living. The luxurious master bedroom suite on the ground floor has a beautifully fitted dressing room and bathroom. A staircase from the reception hall leads to the galleried landing with dais providing a study or sitting area with far-reaching views and from here doors lead to an en suite bedroom, 2 further bedrooms and the family bathroom.
The house also has the potential for conversion to create a further en suite bathroom or a self-contained two storey annexe, subject to the necessary consents. The store room in bedroom 4 is adjacent to the family bathroom, offering the potential to create an en suite, while the integral garage and workshop below bedroom 4 could be converted to a self-contained annexe to offer supplementary or holiday letting accommodation. Prospective purchasers should make enquiries with the Highland Council Planning Department www.highland.gov.uk before undertaking any alterations.