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Glaick - Lot 2

Corry of Ardnagrask, Muir of Ord, IV6 7TW

Fixed Price £430,000


  • Decrofted house with garden, yard and outbuilding; 21.20 acres of farmland and 1.90 acres of owner occupied croftland.

  • 2 reception rooms. 3 bedrooms.

  • A recently upgraded and well-appointed house.

  • Garaging, workshop and loose boxes.

  • IACS registered farmland.

  • Within easy reach of Inverness.

LOT 1
DESCRIPTION
Glaick has been recently upgraded and provides well laid out family accommodation with the potential to expand this on the first floor, subject to the necessary consents. The property benefits from the installation of new double glazed …

LOT 1
DESCRIPTION
Glaick has been recently upgraded and provides well laid out family accommodation with the potential to expand this on the first floor, subject to the necessary consents. The property benefits from the installation of new double glazed windows and door, cavity wall insulation. The generously proportioned rooms take advantage of the stunning views across the farmland to the Beauly Firth. Sliding doors in the master bedroom open to the roof terrace, providing an ideal space to relax and enjoy the spectacular views on offer.

The land at Glaick extends to 13.27 acres and provides suitable grazing land for livestock or equestrian use. There is a well maintained outbuilding with stabling which opens to a grazing field.

LOT 2
The land at Lot 2 extends to approximately 10.25 acres and comprises grazing land with fencing and gates in good order. The land is IACS registered and has been well managed. The fields have road access and a burn runs through the land.

SITUATION
Glaick is in the scattered township of Corry of Ardnagrask close to Muir of Ord on the Black Isle. Muir of Ord has a good range of facilities including a small supermarket while primary schooling is available in Muir of Ord and secondary schooling is available in Dingwall, both of which are served by school buses. Inverness has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south and Europe. Major roads from the north, south, east and west converge at Inverness, giving easy access to the remainder of Scotland.