Glengarry Lodge is situated in the Great Glen on the outskirts of Invergarry, a small village between Fort William and Fort Augustus. Surrounded by unspoilt scenery, the secluded house is ideally positioned to enjoy all that the area has to …
Glengarry Lodge is situated in the Great Glen on the outskirts of Invergarry, a small village between Fort William and Fort Augustus. Surrounded by unspoilt scenery, the secluded house is ideally positioned to enjoy all that the area has to offer.
Invergarry lies on the main route through the Great Glen and on the road to the west coast and the Isle of Skye. While close to popular tourist attractions, such as Loch Ness and Ben Nevis, the area remains one of the last true wildernesses, providing a habitat
for many rare species of native wildlife, dramatic mountain ranges and a beautiful coastline. As well as the many renowned lochs and salmon and trout fishing rivers, waymarked walks, cycle trails and several iconic Mountains are close by.
Invergarry has a post office, two hotels and a primary school. Shops and facilities including secondary education are available in Fort Augustus, about 7 miles away. Fort William is about half an hour’s drive away, and Inverness can be reached in an hour, providing all the facilities of a modern city including an airport with regular flights to the south and Europe.
Glengarry Lodge is in a beautiful setting above the village of Invergarry. Originally a 17th century farmhouse, the existing house was extended in 1867 to become the Manse House for the Old Parish Church in Invergarry. Approached from a gated, tree-lined drive, Glengarry Lodge is now an impressive family home which has been sympathetically modernised over the years to provide flexible two-storey accommodation. The entrance vestibule opens into the hallway where all ground floor rooms can be accessed. Both the
sitting and dining rooms have an attractive fire surround and pleasant outlook across the garden. The sunroom is off the sitting room and has a dual aspect outlook and views to Ben Tee. The dining-kitchen has base and wall mounted units, an oiled-fired and electric AGA range cooker and a generous walk-in pantry. The study has fitted bookshelves,
storage cupboards and an attractive fire surround. The well-appointed boot room is located to the rear of the property which also gives access to the utility/storeroom. A shower room and storage cupboard complete the ground floor accommodation. The
main stairway from the entrance hall leads to the master bedroom, a cloakroom and two further double bedrooms with feature fire surrounds. The second staircase from the hallway leads to a landing with access to both the fourth bedroom/study and bathroom with Jack and Jill en suite to the master bedroom.