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Culcairn Mill

Evanton, Dingwall, Highland, IV16 9XS

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  • A south-facing mill conversion overlooking the River Glass.

  • 3 reception rooms. 4 bedrooms.

  • Sensitively modernised accommodation with high quality finishes.

  • Energy efficient with ground source heat pump and solar panels.

  • Established gardens with decked terrace.

  • Kitchen garden and grass paddock.

  • Grounds extending to the river bank.

  • On the NC500 and within easy reach of Inverness.

  • About 0.46 hectares (1.15 acres)

SITUATION
Culcairn Mill is in a peaceful, south facing, setting in Evanton, Easter Ross, on the banks of the River Glass. The property is just a short walk from the village centre with its shop, Post Office and primary school, …

SITUATION
Culcairn Mill is in a peaceful, south facing, setting in Evanton, Easter Ross, on the banks of the River Glass. The property is just a short walk from the village centre with its shop, Post Office and primary school, and with waymarked paths to the Cromarty Firth, the Community Wood and Black Rock Gorge.

The nearby towns of Dingwall and Alness both have further shops and facilities as well as secondary schools and train stations. Inverness has all the facilities of a modern city including its new university and airport with regular flights to the south and summer flights to Europe.

DESCRIPTION
The current owners purchased the property in 1999 and fully renovated the house in 2007 to create a charming, energy efficient family home. Work carried out includes the installation of a ground source heat pump, re-roofing, a new kitchen and bathrooms, new travertine stone flooring with underfloor heating, Russwood oak flooring, new double glazing, a new conservatory, renovation of the second floor, insulation and the creation of an elevated, decked sitting area. In 2011, solar photovoltaic panels with feed-in-tariff (FIT) were installed.

The option exists to create self-contained accommodation on both the second floor and in the utility room wing of the house, offering the opportunity to take advantage of the demand for residential and holiday accommodation in the area.