Golf Road, Brora, Sutherland, KW9 6QS

Offers Over £620,000

1.23 acres

Bedroom Count icon 4

Reception Count icon 3

Bathroom Count icon 5

  • An outstanding late Arts and Crafts house overlooking Brora golf course and beach.
  • Three Reception Rooms. Four Bedrooms.
  • A beautifully presented interior, retaining original features.
  • Integral one/two bedroom flat.
  • Generous, established gardens with flagstone terrace.
  • Separate one bedroom staff flat.
  • Garage, garden store and wine cellar.
  • About 0.5 hectares (1.23 acres) in all.

Sunrise is a late Arts and Crafts house set on the fringes of Brora, a coastal village in the Highlands of Scotland. The property lies in established grounds and has beautiful south-facing views over Brora golf course to the beach, the Moray Firth and the north east coastline.Brora is in an area of the Highlands popular for its beautiful beaches, links golf courses, stunning landscape and dry climate. This unspoilt region offers many pursuits for the outdoor enthusiast including walking and hill climbing as well as world class golfing, fishing and stalking. Brora has a supermarket, general shops, restaurants, hotel and links golf course, while nearby Golspie has schooling up to secondary level and a railway station. Dornoch, with its championship golf course, and Tain are both within easy reach and offer further shops and amenities. Inverness, about a one hour drive away, has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south and Europe.Sunrise dates from the Edwardian era and is a strikingly handsome house surrounded by established, walled grounds which create a beautiful setting for the property. The house, which has been owned by the same family since the mid 1990's, has been fully renovated to an exceptional standard. The finishes are of the highest quality and complement the traditional features of the Arts and Crafts interior with its carved mantelpieces, brass door fittings, oak woodwork and exquisite craftsmanship. Further improvements have recently been carried out including partial re-roofing and replacing the glazing in front-facing windows.The ground floor accommodation is well laid out with the reception rooms at the front of the house to take advantage of the views and coastal light, with the well-appointed kitchen and work rooms to the rear. The principal first floor bedrooms again lie to the front and have stunning sea views, while an integral flat in the north wing provides staff or supplementary accommodation.