Kilmorack House lies in the scattered hamlet of Kilmorack close to Beauly in Inverness-shire. This B listed former manse is in a stunning location, set in beautiful established grounds just a short walk from the River Beauly and close to the Strathfarrar and Glen Affric National Nature Reserves.
The current owners purchased the property in 1997 and have fully renovated the house to create a beautifully presented property. Improvements carried out to the house include a major overhaul of the roof, timber treatments, a new central heating boiler, the creation of second floor accommodation, insulation and re-decoration. The work has been sensitively carried out and the house retains many original features such as timber floors, original doors, deep skirtings, period fireplaces, sash windows with working shutters, cornicing and ceiling roses.
The chalet, which lies within the grounds of Kilmorack House, provides comfortable one bedroom supplementary accommodation.
The beautiful surrounding countryside remains peaceful and unspoilt, its dramatic inland landscape providing a haven for many rare species of plants and wildlife as well as offering world class salmon fishing on the River Beauly, shooting and stalking. The quiet countryside makes it an ideal area for cycling and hill walking, while the west coast, with its excellent sailing, is within easy reach and the National Nature Reserves of Glen Affric and Strathfarrar are just a short distance away.
Kilmorack House has bookings up until the end of September 2017 and vacant possession cannot be granted before 1st October 2017.
A two bedroom cotage is available separately.