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Kessock House

Old Craigton Road, North Kessock, Inverness, IV1 3YD

Offers Over £1,050,000


  • 6 bedrooms & 4 reception rooms.

  • An elegant family home of considerable character.

  • Stunning Arts and Crafts influences.

  • Spectacular southerly views across the Beauly Firth.

  • Set in delightful grounds with a range of outbuildings.

  • Within easy reach of Inverness.

Kessock House is a strikingly attractive family home with unique features nestling above the village of North Kessock and commanding exceptional views of the Beauly Firth and the rolling hills south of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands.

The original ...

Kessock House is a strikingly attractive family home with unique features nestling above the village of North Kessock and commanding exceptional views of the Beauly Firth and the rolling hills south of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands.

The original Victorian house was built in circa 1860 and, at the start of the 20th Century, a substantial extension was added including the large, first floor veranda with exceptional views and turrets. The arts and crafts features continue inside the house making Kessock a warm and welcoming home. The renovations substantially enlarged Kessock and a relatively modest home became a landmark house. A major refurbishment some 20 years ago sympathetically updated the accommodation and introduced modern facilities and comforts as well as redesigning the many Victorian back areas to form a kitchen befitting a house of this quality. The most recent addition of a large, stunning sun room completes a home of the highest calibre.

Kessock House lies 5 miles from Inverness city centre and is well served by this modern and vibrant city with its excellent and varied facilities, including its new Marina and Airport with regular flights to the south and summer flights to Europe. Just a short distance from the city centre is the beautiful, peaceful and unspoilt countryside for which the Highlands are so famous. To the west are dramatic mountains and a stunning coastline while to the east the fertile land is bounded by wide sandy beaches and rugged moorland. This stunning landscape provides wonderful opportunities for sport and leisure including Sailing, Mountain Climbing, Walking, Riding, Skiing and Cycling. For the keen golfer there are Championship Golf Courses at Royal Dornoch, Nairn, Spey Valley and the Castle Stuart Golf Links. There is Salmon Fishing on the Rivers Nairn, Findhorn and Spey with Shooting and Stalking available to rent on local Estates.