Senior Associate Director, Residential AgencyInverness Estate Agents
Craigellachie House is one of the oldest houses in Newtonmore, circa 1820 and was built originally as a coaching inn. It is an adaptable L-shaped detached property with flexible living accommodation arranged over three floors, as well as a detached building, currently operating as a hostel, offering various uses and income potential.
The entrance hall of Craigellachie House has various rooms located off including the sitting room with feature fireplace and stove which leads into the adjoining home office. The dining room is located to the front of the property which has a door leading into the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen comes complete with a range of wall and base units and space for a table and chairs. The rear porch is located off the kitchen which gives access to the rear garden.
The first floor comprises three well-proportioned bedrooms, one of which enjoys an en suite bathroom and another is currently used as a large study. There is also a family bathroom on this floor. Floor two has a further two bedrooms with an additional room located off one of them, currently used as a store room.
The property also benefits from a detached building in its grounds, currently used as a hostel for holidaymakers. It features an open plan kitchen, living and dining room with stove and has sliding doors to the paved area and garden. It also has a drying room, three shower rooms and two wcs, as well as three bedrooms.
The property is approached over a gravelled side driveway, offering parking for multiple vehicles and leading to the rear garage. The garden is laid largely to level lawn and interspersed with a wide variety of mature trees. Also located in the garden is a summer house and plenty of space to dine al fresco.
Newtonmore village offers a good range of day-to-day amenities including independent shopping, a Co-op, hotel, restaurants and numerous local attractions including a golf course on the banks of the River Spey and The Wildcat Experience, aimed at families with children. Inverness, the main Highlands business and commercial centre, offers extensive shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities.
Despite its scenic Highland location, communications links are excellent: the nearby A9 travels north to Inverness and south to Perth and beyond, feeding into the M90 towards Edinburgh. Newtonmore station offers regular trains to Pitlochry, Inverness, Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh with onward links to central London and Inverness Airport offers a wide range of domestic and international flights.
Craigellachie House & Hostel is located on the main street of Newtonmore at the junction with the A86Read all