The first residents have moved into a landmark Victorian building on the Black Isle that has been transformed into luxury apartments.
The four-floor Marine House in Rosemarkie had been empty since it closed as a nursing home in 2015.
William Gray Construction bought the building – which was a hotel before becoming a care home – through its sister company, Ark Estates, in June last year.
The firm converted the site into 11 two and three-bedroom apartments, with prices ranging from £225,000 to £450,000.
More than half of the apartments have now been sold via agents Strutt and Parker, with the first residents moving in last week.
Four two-bedroom flats are still available in the development, priced at between £225,000 and £325,000.
William Gray Construction managing director William Gray said there had been significant interest from Black Isle residents.
He said: “Many of the buyers live locally or are locals who moved away and are keen to return to the area.
“They already know what a great place Rosemarkie is and they’ve been delighted by the high quality finish in the apartments.
“We’ve also been really pleased with the positive response of the local community – so many residents have told us how delighted they are to see the building restored.
Kevin Maley, partner in Strutt & Parker’s Inverness office, said: “The finished apartments at this prestigious one-of-a-kind development look absolutely stunning and we are delighted to see the end result, which is outstanding.
“The apartments are stylish, with impressive specification and incredible views.”
Local residents backed the plans at public consultation events in the village last August, with the scheme approved by council officers under delegated powers in January.
Having previously been operated as a hotel, Marine House was latterly run as a nursing home for 45 residents within 40 rooms, but it closed in May 2015, after its operators were served with an improvement notice by the Care Inspectorate in 2014.
The notice was lifted by February 2015 but the building’s previous owners confirmed their plans to close down just weeks later.