Kinloch lies in the scattered cluster of houses
at Kinellan on the edge of the historic village
of Strathpeffer in the Scottish Highlands. The
house is in a beautiful setting, on a sheltered
site with far reaching views, direct access to
waymarked trails and within walking distance
of the village.
The house was built to the owner's design in
the late 1990's with further alterations carried
out more recently to create open plan living
accommodation. The open plan kitchen, family
room and dining room is the focal point of the
house with its wood burning stove and double
height ceiling filling the room with natural light.
The theme of open plan living extends to the
first floor with its galleried sitting room with
wood burning stove and doors to the covered
balcony. There are spacious bedrooms on both
floors and with a growing demand for tourist
accommodation in the area, the potential exists
to provide B&B rooms with private bathroom
on the ground floor or a self-contained annexe,
subject to the necessary consents, in bedroom
4 on the first floor with its external door.
The spacious grounds at Kinloch provide a
delightful, sheltered setting for the house, with
formal gardens, a kitchen garden of raised beds
and an area of semi-mature mixed woodland.
Just a short distance from the house are
waymarked trails leading past neighbouring
Loch Kinellan and through the unspoilt and