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Mid Dalziel Farmhouse

Dalcross, Inverness, IV2 7JL

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  • A traditional farmhouse and steading in a scenic rural setting.

  • 2 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms

  • Flexible accommodation

  • Traditional steading and walled garden

  • Development potential (subject to necessary planning consents)

  • Stunning views over the surrounding countryside

  • Within easy reach to Inverness and the west coast

  • About 0.93 acres (0.38 ha) in all.

Mid Dalziel Farmhouse is situated close to the shores of the Moray Firth near the delightful hamlet of Dalcross which is nestled between Inverness and Ardersier. Around 3 miles from Inverness Airport and 7 miles from Inverness city, Mid Dalziel …

Mid Dalziel Farmhouse is situated close to the shores of the Moray Firth near the delightful hamlet of Dalcross which is nestled between Inverness and Ardersier. Around 3 miles from Inverness Airport and 7 miles from Inverness city, Mid Dalziel Farmhouse enjoys an easily accessible rural setting with a picturesque countryside outlook. Primary schooling is close by at Ardersier Primary whilst secondary schooling is at Culloden Academy for which there is a school bus service.
Inverness is a thriving modern city offering a wide range of amenities and excellent restaurants, shops and sporting facilities. The mix of old and new has allowed the city to retain much of its historic dignity and strong Highland culture which blend well with modern theatre and the arts. The surrounding countryside is unspoilt and varied from the beaches and harbours to woodland and dramatic mountain ranges. There is also an abundance of native wildlife, which together, all enhance the natural beauty of the area. The city has good communications by both road and rail, and the airport offers regular flights to the south and Europe.

Mid Dalziel Farmhouse is an attractive and imposing traditional farmhouse with steading in a scenic farmland location. Likely to date from around 1900, the house is constructed from stone under a pitched slate roof and provides well-appointed accommodation over two storeys. On the ground floor, the house is accessed through the rear vestibule and on to the boiler/utility room and the shower room. The dining kitchen has a good range of wall and floor units, a dual aspect outlook and an oil fired range cooker. A staircase from the kitchen leads to the maid’s room on the first floor - this room is need of some repair. From the hall, access is taken to a delightful sitting room which has a bay window and wood burning stove. There is a second reception room which has a dual aspect outlook and could be used as a formal dining room or additional bedroom if required. On the first floor, the landing leads to the family bathroom and a further three bedrooms, which are all generous in size. In general, although Mid Dalzeil Farmhouse requires some attention and upgrades in areas, it is an impressive traditional farmhouse which has a lovely bright and airy atmosphere. The house is double glazed and heated using oil fired central heating.