Dalanloch

Balnain, Drumnadrochit, Inverness, IV63 6TJ

Offers Over £275,000


  • A delightful property with elevated, south facing views to Loch Meiklie

  • 3 Bedrooms & 3 Reception Rooms

  • Comfortable and well laid out family accommodation

  • Generous, easily managed wooded grounds

  • Double garage and garden shed

  • Within easy reach of Inverness

  • Fishing on Loch Meiklie by arrangement

  • About 0.4 hectares (1 acre) in all.

Dalanloch lies close to Balnain in Inverness-shire in the midst of some of Scotland’s most beautiful and unspoilt scenery. The property is in a delightful setting, on a sheltered elevated site with beautiful south facing views to Loch Meiklie. The ...

Dalanloch lies close to Balnain in Inverness-shire in the midst of some of Scotland’s most beautiful and unspoilt scenery. The property is in a delightful setting, on a sheltered elevated site with beautiful south facing views to Loch Meiklie. The current owners purchased the house in 2010 and have carried out improvements and maintenance to create a well presented and comfortable family home. This work includes upgrading the electrics and plumbing, repairs to the roof, new THTC storage heaters, a new fitted kitchen, a new bath and WC, conversion of the bathroom on the ground floor to a shower room with new appliances and improved drainage along the driveway.

Dalanloch is set in attractive grounds laid mainly to grass and fringed by mature woodland giving framed views to the loch and providing a natural habitat for native wildlife.

Dalanloch benefits from its proximity to the thriving city of Inverness and easy access to the Great Glen and its many tourist attractions; yet the house is in a peaceful and unspoilt location and 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.