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Kinkell House

Conon Bridge, Dingwall, IV7 8HY

Guide Price £485,000


  • OFFER UNDER CONSIDERATION.

  • A country house with stunning water and mountain views.

  • 4 Reception Rooms & 9 Bedrooms.

  • Well appointed reception rooms and ensuite bedrooms.

  • Spectacular views across the Cromarty Firth to Ben Wyvis.

  • A versatile property for private or business use.

  • Planning consent for indoor swimming pool.

  • On the NC500.

  • About 0.45 hectares (1.12 acres) in all.

Kinkell House is an attractive traditional property on the Black Isle to the north of Inverness. The house sits in delightful mature grounds with beautiful views over rolling farmland to the Cromarty Firth, Ben Wyvis and the mountains of the …

Kinkell House is an attractive traditional property on the Black Isle to the north of Inverness. The house sits in delightful mature grounds with beautiful views over rolling farmland to the Cromarty Firth, Ben Wyvis and the mountains of the west.

The surrounding countryside is varied, from the fertile, rolling farmland of the coast, to the inland moorlands and rugged mountains. Kinkell House has easy access to this unspoilt landscape which provides a haven for many rare and protected species of wildlife, as well as a wide range of rural leisure and sporting opportunities. The market town of Dingwall has a good range of shops and amenities including a railway station and highly regarded secondary school. Inverness, about 12 miles away, has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south and Europe.

Kinkell House in the past five years has been a small boutique hotel with a restaurant as well as a bed and breakfast before it shut. Planning permission has recently been obtained to create a magnificent family home with leisure facilities. Any incoming purchaser therefore has a blank canvas of a property to work with and choose which route to go down.

The house retains the feel of a family home with its traditional panelling, welcoming public rooms and en suite bedrooms and lends itself to residential use with the option to offer letting bedrooms. Currently the house has commercial status and a full liquor licence. The owners have maintained the property well and recent improvements include general roof work and upgrading a number of the bedrooms and their en suite bathrooms.