A Highland estate, which enjoys spectacular views to the Nevis Range, has come on to the market.
Inverskilavulin Estate at Glen Loy, Banavie, is around nine miles from Fort William and enjoys a wonderful, secluded location.
The estate, which comes with a stunning main house, two self-catering two-bedroom holiday chalets, a pair of semi-detached three-bedroom houses and almost 10 acres of land, has an asking price of offers over £1,590,000.
This part of the world is famous for hillwalking and climbing opportunities, while the downhill mountain bike track is a huge draw.
The unusual combination of a rugged and mountainous landscape with a fine coastline, attractive lochs and extensive forests makes it ideal for nature lovers, artists and photographers and those who simply enjoy spending time in the great outdoors.
This residential estate has plenty of potential to generate a significant income from those visiting the area, or indeed working here. The properties on the estate include:
- INVERSKILAVULIN HOUSE
This beautiful principal house has accommodation comprising a hall, cloakroom, games room, study/open-plan living area and kitchen, utility room, steam room, sauna, wine cellar, five bedrooms – three of which are en-suite – and a family bathroom and double garage.
Enjoying a truly magnificent setting, with spectacular views to the mountains, this is an impressive and superior detached house with large, bright rooms and copious large windows accentuating the views. It is in good order throughout and would be ideal as either a spacious family home or guest house.
- MACLEAN HOUSE AND CAMPBELL HOUSE
Lying a short distance from the house is a pair of semi-detached, two-storey houses built in 2007. The accommodation in each house includes a hall, sitting room, kitchen and shower room on the ground floor with three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. Each house is currently let on a short assured tenancy but also would be ideal for self-catering holiday lets which could generate an anticipated income of about £750 per let week per house.
- INVERSKILAVULIN LODGES
To the north-west of the house are two holiday chalets which were built to a high specification in 2008. Each chalet comprises an open-plan sitting and kitchen area, two bedrooms and a bathroom. These form the basis of a successful tourism-based business which, in 2015, generated £32,000 from 65 let weeks.
All the houses have oil central heating and each house has solar panels which not only reduces the electricity costs but also generates an annual income to the estate. In addition, they sit in gardens and grounds which extend to around nine and a half acres and which includes a burn and a good-sized pond.
Viewing is strictly by prior appointment with the sole selling agents, Knight Frank, on 0131 222 9600.