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West Knockbain Mains

Munlochy, Highland, IV8 8PG

Offers Over £950,000


  • An outstanding rural property on the Black Isle.

  • 2 Reception rooms & 4 Bedrooms.

  • A high quality equestrian and amenity property.

  • Energy efficient contemporary house.

  • Well managed, IACS registered grazing land.

  • Two stable blocks and full-size and all-weather arena.

  • Modern multi-purposes building.

  • Beautiful south facing views to Munlochy Bay.

  • Direct access to forestry tracks and paths.

  • Option to purchase with less land.

  • About 14.01 hectares (34.6 acres) in all.

West Knockbain Mains is in the scattered hamlet of Knockbain on the Black Isle. The property is in a delightful setting with beautiful south facing views to Munlochy Bay and surrounded on three sides by Forestry Enterprise owned woodland giving …

West Knockbain Mains is in the scattered hamlet of Knockbain on the Black Isle. The property is in a delightful setting with beautiful south facing views to Munlochy Bay and surrounded on three sides by Forestry Enterprise owned woodland giving direct access to riding tracks and walks.

The Black Isle lies between the Moray Firth to the south and the Cromarty Firth to the north, its
fertile rolling countryside culminating in a beautiful coastline of raised beaches and prominent
headlands, dotted with historic villages. The Black Isle is a gateway to the north Highlands and
from here there is easy access to the beautiful countryside with its dramatic scenery and many
recreational and sporting opportunities.

Munlochy has a village shop and Post Office, popular pub and restaurant, and primary school, with
secondary schooling available at the highly regarded Fortrose Academy. Inverness, just a short
drive away, has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the
South.

West Knockbain Mains comprises a house set in approximately 34 acres of grounds including well managed grazing land, a range of excellent outbuildings and equestrian facilities.
The house, which was designed by James Maxwell Architects, is contemporary and has been
positioned to take advantage of the stunning views. The interior has clean lines, high, angled
ceilings and extensive use of glass, filling the house with light and complementing the beautiful
setting.