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Urchany Cottage

Beauly, Inverness-Shire, IV4 7AE

Offers Over £350,000


  • A most attractive modern family home in a stunning and accessible woodland setting.

  • 5 bedrooms & 3 reception rooms.

  • Double Garage with Carport. Workshop with Carport. Woodshed. Garden Shed.

  • Lovely woodland Garden with attractive Summerhouse.

  • Close to Strathfarrar and Glen Affric.

  • Within easy reach of Beauly and Inverness.

  • About 1.41 hectares (3.5 acres) in all.

Urchany cottage lies in a most attractive location on the north side of the A831 road, which leads to beautiful Strathfarrar and Glen Affric.

The house comprises a delightful family home standing in some 3.5 acres of attractive woodlands ...

Urchany cottage lies in a most attractive location on the north side of the A831 road, which leads to beautiful Strathfarrar and Glen Affric.

The house comprises a delightful family home standing in some 3.5 acres of attractive woodlands in a very accessible location. Since purchasing the property in 2012, the current owners have carried out significant improvements which include adding a sizeable extension, with solid oak flooring and doors, the installation of central heating and building a new workshop. The house is double glazed and well-appointed throughout with a number of wood burning stoves, oil fired central heating, mains water and private drainage. There are two solar panels on the roof which boost the hot water.

Urchany cottage benefits from its proximity to Inverness and easy access to the Great Glen with its many tourist attractions, though the house itself lies in an unspoilt location surrounded by beautiful countryside. Just a short distance away are Strathfarrar and Glen Affric, two National Nature Reserves with remnants of the ancient Caledonian Pine Forest set in a landscape of outstanding beauty. This protected countryside offers the best in rural sport and recreation, from enjoying the native wildlife, to walking and cycling on forest tracks, and fishing for salmon and trout on the local rivers and lochs.