There are an awful lot of lovely things to see from the house called Bunillidh, many of which you’d want to capture with a camera.
Located around two miles from the busy town of Invergordon in an area called Newmore, the individually designed house sits in an elevated position and from here and the landscaped gardens, there are fine views to be savoured.
The bonnie Cromarty Firth and it’s bridge, the hillop Fryish Monument and the port of Nigg to name but a few.
A stunning family home, it was built around 10 years ago by the current owners.
A high-end property, it’s full of nice features such as porcelain floor tiles, solid oak doors and floors, and vaulted ceilings, while three out of the four bedrooms have en suite facilities.
The accommodation begins with an attractive entrance vestibule that leads to a stylish reception hallway.
From here there’s access to the kitchen/dining room, lounge, WC, one of the bedrooms, the family bathroom and games room.
The kitchen/dining area is a bright and airy room, as it has two sets of French doors leading out to a decked area at the front and side.
Fitted with an excellent range of units, it benefits from a central island/breakfast bar housing an Induction hob.
Another upmarket touch is that all the work surfaces are made of granite. The main lounge is at the front of the house and it too benefits from French doors and big windows.
A nice feature of this lovely room is the marble chimney breast housing a Charnwood multi-fuel stove set on a polished granite hearth.
This floor also has a stunning family bathroom with twin wash-hand basins, bidet, dual flush WC, walk-in shower and a jacuzzi spa bath fitted with mood lighting.
It’s a perfect space to chill out at the end of the day, but if you like entertaining, this house also ticks the box.
The large games room is fitted with a bar with drinks fridge and optics, which makes it the perfect party space. Completing the accommodation on this level is a well-appointed laundry
Moving upstairs, the vaulted ceiling with feature windows makes this another bright space.
Located off the landing is a comfortable, large family room from where there are fabulous views to be enjoyed via French doors and the adjoining balcony.
And if you ever get bored with the room, then there’s plenty of nice features inside such as a built-in log-burning encased glass fire together and cathedral-style windows.
The master bedroom is luxurious and has a walk-in dressing room and an en suite bathroom with jacuzzi bath, enclosed with shower doors and offering a jet and steam shower. Bedrooms two and three also have walk-in dressing room and en suite shower rooms.
Upstairs, there’s also a handy study in the house which is on the market at a fixed price of £530,000.
The house, which sits in large, established grounds, comes with a detached double garage with WC and a separate staircase leading to the fully floored loft.
Bundillidh’s neighbours include Colliemore Equestrian Centre which provides stables and riding lessons and Stoneyfield Lochs Trout Fishery which offers a relaxing days fishing in peaceful surroundings.
Contact: Innes and Mackay on 01463 251200.