Keller Williams is delighted to offer a unique and rare opportunity to purchase this very substantial five-bedroom in the scattered hamlet of Lentran close to Inverness. This eye-catching home was precision-manufactured in Norway and assembled on-site by local craftsmen and enjoys extensive views over the Beauly Firth to Ben Wyvis and The Black Isle.The house was constructed over two levels with the accommodation consisting of:Lower Floor. entrance hallway. large breakfasting kitchen. open-plan lounge/diner. utility room. sitting room. WCUpper Floor. four bedrooms (including master with en-suite). bathroom The property benefits from oil-fired central heating and double-glazing. This home sits in an area of ground amounting to approximately 2 acres including a garden area of around 1 acre with ornamental pond. The remaining area has the potential for further developed if appropriate planning permission was obtained. This attractive property, set in a very scenic location, requires internal modernisation will appeal to potential buyers looking for a lovely home. The property would also offer the possibility of becoming a Bed & Breakfast/Guest House being ideally located to take advantage of the increase in visitors to the area caused by the advent of the North Coast 500 driving route and "Outlander" TV programmes.LOCATION Log House is located in a spectacular location overlooking The Beauly Firth towards Ben Wyvis in the semi-rural hamlet of Lentran, a short drive from Inverness. The property is within the catchment area of Inverness High School, with Kirkhill Primary School providing early year learning.The property is around is less than 6 miles from the Highland's capital city of Inverness where a wide range of facilities are available.Acknowledged to be one of the fastest growing cities in Europe, Inverness provides a range of retail parks and supermarkets along with excellent cultural, educational, entertainment and medical facilities. Inverness Airport (16 miles from the property) is well connected to other UK and overseas destinations. The Scottish Highlands are a magnet to lovers of the outdoors with easy access to the winter and summer sports playground of The Cairngorms National Park. The ruggedness of the North West Highlands, often referred to as the last great wilderness in Europe, is also accessible with this area boasting some of the most beautiful beaches and mountains in Scotland.
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