Senior Associate Director, Residential AgencyInverness Estate Agents
With its distinctive gables and stone elevations, Breakachy Lodge is an attractive property which provides the perfect blend of period features and modern interior styling for a comfortable and relaxed lifestyle. Characteristics of note include sash and bay windows, vintage and decorative fireplaces and ornamented coving, along with a splendid, wooden staircase with curved handrail. On the ground floor, there are two reception rooms either side of the reception hall, offering a sitting room which enjoys the warming ambience of a wood-burning stove and a formal dining room providing the ideal setting for family gatherings and hosting guests. To the rear, an inner hall gives access to a versatile-use family room and an impressive, light-filled kitchen/breakfast room. Fitted with contemporary cabinetry topped with stone work surfaces, the kitchen features a Belfast sink and wood-topped island unit. There is ample space for informal dining and casual seating in this sociable space where patio doors lead to the outside. An ancillary area is provided by a utility and a boot room which offers a spot to cast off and store outdoor wear.
Two separate staircases rise to the first-floor accommodation where the rooms benefit from an elevated outlook over the surrounding terrain. There are five bedrooms and a study which are accessible from two landings with step-level changes, along with a stylish family bathroom with separate bath and shower cubicle. A modern, upper-level shower room complements a further shower facility on the floor below.
In an elevated position, surrounded by gardens and benefitting from views of the undulating and wooded countryside, the property enjoys an idyllic setting. Beech hedging create a decorative display and there are mature shrubs and trees interspersed within the grounds, along with a pond which acts as a magnet to wildlife. A south-facing terrace adjoins the rear of the house offering opportunities for outdoor dining and relaxation with direct access from the kitchen/breakfast room and family room. The property is approached over a shared track to the driveway to the house where there is parking for numerous vehicles and leads to the outbuildings, where a garage and storage units are accommodated.
Nestled within the Cairngorms National Park, on the upper reaches of the River Spey, the property enjoys a setting which will delight those who enjoy outdoor pursuits. Dalwhinnie, Newtonmore & Kingussie all have train stations with services to Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow and a good range of day-to-day amenities including independent shopping, hotels and restaurants. For a more comprehensive range of amenities Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, provides a range of retail parks and supermarkets along with excellent cultural, educational, entertainment and medical facilities. Inverness Airport offers flights to many UK and overseas destinations.
From Inverness head south on the A9 for approximately 46 miles and take the right turn at the sign-post for Glentruim and Laggan. Continue along the road for approximately 4 miles and just before the A889 junction, turn left into 'Breakachy & Crubenmore Farm', after 100m continue onto private drive and through the gate to the property. what3words - ///developer.agreed.confusionRead all