Clamhan LodgeBonar Bridge, Ardgay, Highland, IV24 3AW
Offers Over £650,000
- An attractive rural property with beautiful views.
- Three Reception Rooms. Five Bedrooms.
- Spacious family accommodation.
- Established gardens and woodland.
- Well-managed grazing.
- Stabling, floodlit all-weather arena, and multi-purpose shed.
- Stunning south facing views over the Kyle of Sutherland.
- Direct access to way-marked paths and tracks.
- About 3 hectares (7.3 acres) in all.
Clamhan Lodge lies close to the village of Bonar Bridge in Sutherland. The house sits in generous, established grounds, set against a backdrop of mature woodland and with beautiful south facing views over its own land to the Kyle of Sutherland.The nearby villages of Bonar Bridge and Ardgay have a good range of shops and amenities including a primary school, while at Invershin, 1 mile away, there is a request train stop on the Inverness line. Secondary schooling is available in Dornoch or Tain, both of which offer a further range of shops and facilities. Inverness, about an hour’s drive away, has all the amenities of a modern city as well as its airport with regular flights to the south and to Europe.The county of Sutherland has a beautiful coastline with lush countryside rising to rugged hills and moorland. The region enjoys continued growth and prosperity and yet retains its unspoilt charm and sense of community. There is a range of opportunities available for the outdoor enthusiast including walking, cycling, hill climbing, golf, sailing, fishing and shooting, while the peaceful countryside is home to a huge variety of wildlife and birds. Fishermen are regular visitors to this area attracted by the world class salmon fishing available on the Kyle and its four tributary rivers, the Carron, Cassley, Oykel and Shin. There is an award winning beach at Dornoch as well as its championship golf course, while the west coast with its beautiful coastline and excellent sailing is only an hour’s drive away.Clamhan Lodge is a handsome modern house built in the style of a traditional Highland lodge, reflected in the exterior proportions, generous accommodation and panelled interior. The current owners purchased Clamhan Lodge in 2009 and since then have improved both the house and grounds to create an impressive rural property with excellent equestrian facilities. The house has been very well maintained and recent work include upgrading the bathrooms and a new kitchen with integrated appliances.