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Kinlochmaree House

Kinlochewe, Achnasheen, IV22 2PA

Offers Over £290,000


  • A handsome former manse in need of renovation.

  • 3 Reception rooms & 6 Bedrooms.

  • Retaining original features.

  • Stone barn with conversion potential.

  • Secluded, wooded grounds.

  • Set in a protected landscape.

  • Within walking distance of the village.

  • On the NC500.

  • About 0.58 hectares (1.44 acres) in all.

Kinlochmaree House is a former manse in a delightful woodland setting on the edge of Kinlochewe in Wester Ross. The house is secluded and on the edge of the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve and adjacent to Nature Scot woodland. …

Kinlochmaree House is a former manse in a delightful woodland setting on the edge of Kinlochewe in Wester Ross. The house is secluded and on the edge of the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve and adjacent to Nature Scot woodland.
The village lies at a crossroads on the main route to the west coast and is a popular base for those visiting the area with its easy access to Torridon and both the Gairloch and Applecross peninsulas. As well as its stunning landscape, the surrounding countryside offers a wide range of pursuits with excellent trout and salmon fishing on Loch Maree and challenging hill walks and mountain climbs.
Kinlochewe has a village shop, café, hotel, petrol station and primary school. A wider range of shops and amenities are available in Dingwall and Gairloch has a secondary school for which there is a bus service. Inverness is just over an hour’s drive away and has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south and Europe.

The house retains many original features typical of a Scottish manse with its wide entrance hall, spacious reception rooms, fine woodwork and high ceilings. Although in need of full renovation, the house offers potential to create a country house combining the benefits of character with modern building techniques and design. With its setting on the NC500 the house could be used as a second home, large holiday let or B&B. In addition, the stone barn in the grounds has the potential for conversion to supplementary or letting accommodation, subject to the necessary consents.