5 Bedroom House – Villa – Offers Over £485000 GBP

Commanding panoramic views over rolling countryside looking towards the Black Isle.

This highly individual detached house built around 1996 has a distinctive layout with most spacious rooms throughout offering an exceptional residence for the buyer seeking a family home steeped in character with all the modern requisites for today’s modern living.

The property is situated within Resaurie with the feeling of living in the countryside yet within close proximity to to the city centre, Tesco and Retail Park, Raigmore Hospital and the commuter links for Aberdeen on the A96 and the A9 both North and South.

Viewing is highly recommended to full appreciate not only the notable setting also the size and abundance of fine features that prevail throughout along with a design and layout of rooms adaptable to suit family needs within this desirable detached dwelling.

    The Property

    The accommodation comprises: Vestibule, Hallway, Lounge/Family Room, Formal Dining Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Conservatory, Sun Lounge, Utility Room, Shower Room, 5 Bedrooms (2 with En Suite) Family Bathroom.

    There is an extensive driveway /parking area for several cars. A timber constructed Detached Garage with adjoining timber constructed Laundry Room both could be converted into a Detached Chalet (Subject to gaining planning approval).

    The property also lends itself to extensive garden grounds and paddock also an attractive timber decked and paved Patio Areas.



    Kitchen – 4.60 x 4.60 (15’1″ x 15’1″)

    Family Lounge/ Dining Area – 8.10 x 5.52 (26’6″ x 18’1″)

    Sun Lounge – 4.20 x 2.50 (13’9″ x 8’2″)

    Conservatory – 3.90 x 3.72 (12’9″ x 12’2″)

    Formal Dining Room – 4.33 x 4.22 (14’2″ x 13’10”)

    Utility Room – 7.07 x 2.00 (23’2″ x 6’6″)

    Shower Room

    Bedroom 5 – 4.48 x 4.32 (14’8″ x 14’2″)

    Master Bedroom – 6.52 x 4.53 (21’4″ x 14’10”)

    Master bedroom En suite

    Bedroom 2 – 4.53 x 3.79 (14’10” x 12’5″)

    Bedroom 2 En Suite

    Bedroom 3 – 4.76 x 3.61 (15’7″ x 11’10”)

    Office / Study/ Bedroom – 4.25 x 3.75 (13’11” x 12’3″)

    Family Bathroom


    Laundry House

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    Viewing by appointment. Please call your local Estate Agent, Ken Anderson at AMAZING RESULTS!™ to see this property today. 0800 999 1565 | 07585 184793.

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    (Property Ref: 17793319)

3 Bedroom House – Detached – Offers Over £185000 GBP

JUST SOLD! Similar properties required for waiting buyers.

Superb Family Home with excellent B&B opportunity!

AMAZING RESULTS!™ are delighted to offer to the market a rare opportunity to own an extremely comfortable and sizeable 3 bedroom, 3 en-suite and 2 reception room Detached Family Home in a highly sought-after area of Stornoway that includes a generous area of garden and grounds with private parking and excellent development potential.

Situated in a peaceful traditional street on the fringes of the town centre, this exceptional home offers a spacious, flexible layout that will undoubtedly appeal to a wide variety of potential purchasers. It would also make a fantastic B&B opportunity due to its central location and as it has previously operated as an excellent, profitable Bed & Breakfast with two en-suite letting rooms.


    6A Perceval Road North is a superb Detached Family Home in the heart of Stornoway boasting a large lounge with small dining room off, spacious fitted kitchen with appliances, 3 large en-suite bedrooms and good-sized cloakroom/WC. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout. There’s off-road parking for at-least 3 vehicles with the sizeable gardens to the rear of the property offering an excellent development opportunity, perhaps to extend the existing property to add more bedrooms or to build log chalets offering a self-catering option (subject to planning consent). Well maintained and decorated throughout, the property is in walk-in condition and must be seen to be fully appreciated!

    6A Perceval Road North also offers an ideal business opportunity. Accommodation on the island is always in demand and the property was previously an established Bed & Breakfast enjoying a high room occupancy rate and healthy turnover, with bookings being taken far in advance.


    Stornoway, the main town on the island of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides and has two large supermarkets – Cooperative and Tesco – plus many other smaller shops and businesses including restaurants and bars, arts centre, education, healthcare & sports facilities. Lewis is the most populated island of the Outer Hebrides and Stornoway is the main point of entry, offering two daily ferry sailings from Ullapool and a modern airport with a number of daily flights.

    A place of diverse landscapes, fascinating history and a strong cultural heritage, the island is the ultimate get-away-from-it-all destination. From its dramatic mountains to the breathtaking beauty of Luskentyre Bay, the island deserves its reputation as one of the must-see places in the world. Lewis is a popular tourist destination with a wide range of visitor attractions and museums including the ancient Carloway Broch and the 5000 year old stone circles of Callanish. The coastline is also a haven for climbers and walkers of all abilities and the island has a great many sandy beaches which attract surfers and kayakers, whales and dolphins.


    • Detached Family Home
    • Central Location
    • B&B Potential
    • Lounge
    • Small Dining Room
    • Large Fitted Kitchen
    • 3 Large En-suite Bedrooms
    • Gas Heating & Double Glazing
    • Off-road Parking
    • Generous Gardens With Development Potential


    The subjects offer a generous area of garden grounds with a high degree of privacy and excellent development potential perhaps to extend the existing property to add more bedrooms, or to build log chalets offering a self-catering option (subject to planning consent). 2/3 car drive-in to side of property with access to rear offering ample space for caravan, boat or to provide access to the substantial garden area for any further development.


    All fitted floor coverings, blinds, integrated kitchen appliances including 8-ring gas Indesit cooker and garden shed are included in the purchase price.


    Viewing by appointment, please call your local Professional Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ to see this property today. 0800 999 1565. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content or to arrange a viewing online, please visit our website. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.


    Housing demand is currently at a new high with property prices up and homes selling in record time. Find out today what your own property is really worth! Get a free property valuation and market analysis with your local Professional Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins, 7 days a week, 8am-8pm. 0800 999 1565. Or book a valuation online. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

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    (Property Ref: 17316597)

4 Bedroom Character Property – Offers Over £299950 GBP


AMAZING RESULTS!™ Aberdeenshire are pleased to offer for sale this very unique, spacious and sympathetically converted former church. The property boasts 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 large reception rooms, it retains some beautiful original features and has the added addition of including a self contained annexe, which the current owners ran as a successful holiday cottage. The property sits in a peaceful elevated location overlooking the River Deveron and the beautiful landscape of The Cabrach.


    The property boasts LPG central heating & double glazing. It occupies a large corner plot with a private garden and decked area overlooking the River Deveron. There is parking for 3 cars. Internally the accommodation comprises a large entrance hall & separate utility room. You then enter into a large dining kitchen and spacious lounge with full height church ceiling, off the lounge is a snug/dining area. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with an en-suite, 2 further double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. The self contained annexe can also be accessed via a small stairway from the main house, it comprises a lounge/diner, kitchen, shower room and a large airy bedroom accessed via a spiral staircase.


    Exterior door leads to a large entrance hall/cloakroom: 2.4m x 1.9m approx.
    Utility Room: 2.7m x 2m large room with window to the side; housing boiler; stainless steel sink; washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.
    Lounge: 4m x 5m approx. The generously proportioned lounge area has a full height church ceiling and traditional arched windows to the front allowing an abundance of natural light into the room; carpet and 2 radiators; stairs leading to gallery area and the upstairs accommodation and large storage cupboard.
    Kitchen: 4.6m x 3.9m approx. Well equipped kitchen fitted with an excellent range of base units, linked by work surfaces and splash back tiling; stainless steel 1.5 sink with a mixer tap; gas hob and electric oven; dishwasher; window to the side and front of the property and wooden flooring.
    Dining room/snug: 4.7m x 7.6m approx. Large area which would lend its self to multi purpose use; carpet and 2 radiators; internal access to self contained annexe.
    Shower Room: 2.6m x 1.9m approx. Attractive shower room fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C; vanity sink & built in shower; radiator.
    Master Bedroom: 4.7m x 3.5m approx. Bright spacious double bedroom overlooking the front and side of the property; fitted wardrobes providing excellent hanging and storage space; carpet and radiator
    En-suite shower room: 2.6m x 1.9m approx. White suite comprising: W.C; vanity sink & built in shower; radiator.
    Bedroom 2: 2.6m x 4.6m approx. Bright spacious double bedroom overlooking the rear of the property; fitted wardrobes providing excellent storage space; carpet and radiator.
    Bedroom 3: 3.6m x 4.7m approx. Bright spacious double bedroom overlooking the front of the property; fitted wardrobes providing excellent storage space; carpet and radiator.
    Family Bathroom: 2.7m x 2.5m approx. Attractive bathroom fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C; vanity sink & jacuzzi bath tub (with shower over the bath) radiator.

    Self contained annexe
    Lounge/Diner: 5.4m x 3.5m approx. Cosy lounge with dining area and front window seat over looking the fantastic vista; Feature fireplace with wood burning stove; 2 radiators and spiral staircase to access the upstairs.
    Kitchen: 2.4m x 2.1m approx. Good size kitchen with electric hob/oven; microwave; stainless steel sink; fridge freezer; window to rear.
    Shower Room: 2.4m x 1m approx. Attractive shower room fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C; vanity sink & built in shower; window to the rear; radiator.
    Bedroom: 3.1m x 6.8m approx. Very large bright and spacious bedroom with skylights the front and rear of the property offering spectacular views; excellent hanging space/dressing area; carpet; radiator; super king bed base; built in eves storage and feature exposed beams.


    The Cabrach is a remote and sparsely populated area on the northern edge of the Cairngorms National Park, bordering Aberdeenshire & Moray.
    This hauntingly beautiful area was once a self-sustaining upland settlement. Its history stretches back to the very earliest inhabitants of Scotland and it has a strong sense of place. That distinctive identity is underlined by its name – not Cabrach, but ‘The‘ Cabrach. It is an area of natural beauty with unspoiled views over mountains and heather moors. The Cabrach has a long and colourful whisky distilling history and was once a legendary haunt of illicit distillers and smugglers. This history has led to the area being regarded as the birthplace of Malt Whisky. Nearest local towns for schools, shops and amenities are Dufftown (7 miles) and Huntly (13 miles) Aberdeen City is (43 miles)

    Key Features

    – Idyllic location
    – Superb views of the River Deveron
    – Large lounge with full height church ceiling
    – Addition of self contained annexe
    – Abundance of period features
    – Large Master bedroom with en-suite
    – 2 Double Bedrooms with built-in storage.
    – Large utility/cloakroom
    – Spacious Fitted dining Kitchen
    – Double Glazing & GCH
    – Decked seating area

    Garden Grounds

    The Old Kirk sits on a large corner plot, with garden grounds, decked seating area and parking for 3 cars. LPG storage tank is concealed underground with easy access for filling.


    Fridge freezer, microwave; electric hob/oven & super king bed base in the self contained annexe and all the white goods in the main house are included in the sale.

    Arrange a Viewing

    Viewing by appointment, please call your local Aberdeen Estate Agent Judith Mackie to see this home today. 07736 546518.
    To view Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content for this home or to arrange a viewing online, please visit AMAZING RESULTS!™ website.


    Find out today what your home is really worth! Get a free property valuation and market analysis with your local Aberdeen Estate Agent Judith Mackie, 7 days a week 8am-8pm or book a free valuation online.

    (Property Ref: 17052931)

Offers Over £849000 GBP

An incredible business/lifestyle opportunity to own your own well established high quality Hostel/B&B annexe/self-catering style accommodation in a truly stunning setting on the North Coast 500; comprising the 12 Bedroom Grade B listed Inchnadamph former Manse/Shooting Lodge, 3 Bedroom Cottage & stone-built Steading with 3 self-contained apartments and approx 6 acres of walled garden and grounds, loch and mountain views that cannot fail to impress!

At AMAZING RESULTS!™ Commercial we are delighted to offer to the market an exciting and rarely available residential / commercial opportunity in Assynt, Sutherland, that includes a substantial B-Listed 3 storey stone-built former Manse / Shooting Lodge dating from 1821, 3 bedroom bungalow, large converted steading, house site, shepherd’s hut and large shed / storage building. The extent of the properties and grounds extends to approximately 6 acres.

The Lodge has been an extremely popular base for individuals as well as groups, particularly university geology students (UK and Europe) and mountaineering clubs for many years; which presents a rare and unusual lifestyle and development opportunity for either Residential and/or Commercial purposes.

This is a wonderful business / lifestyle opportunity that is not to be missed. To express an interest in this business and to receive full business sales details, call Myfanwy at AMAZING RESULTS!™ Commercial on 0800 999 1565 or 07741 483420 for further details and appointment to view!

  • 200 year old Grade B listed former manse/shooting lodge
  • Detached bungalow within walled garden
  • Converted steading annexe
  • Potential site
  • Large shed / storage area
  • Approximately 6 acres
  • NC 500 route
  • Loch and mountain views
  • Fabulous residential/commercial opportunity

    The subjects for sale comprise a 200 year old stone built B listed Lodge (originally a Manse which was significantly extended post 1930s)

    Grade B listed former Manse / Shooting Lodge dating from 1821. There are 4 hostel rooms which provide accommodation for 30 beds; 8 private twin/double rooms, shared washrooms, lounge, dining room, kitchen and drying room; reception area / office.

    A 3 bedroom self-contained bungalow located in the former walled garden of the old Manse. Constructed circa 1972

    Traditional stone built / slate roofed steading linked to the old Manse. Tastefully renovated in 2018/19 to provide 3 en-suite guest rooms. Full planning and building warrant in place to add an extension with extra bedroom and kitchen / lounge area

    Located behind the walled garden there is a site with now lapsed planning permission for a 3 bedroomed bungalow.


    Fully renovated in1996 to provide quality budget accommodation to groups and individuals. The attic floor has 6 double/twin or family rooms, all fitted with wash basins, and has a single shower room/WC. The middle floor has 5 bedrooms, currently made up of 4 hostel dorms and a twin room. There are Ladies & Gents washrooms, and a shared shower room with 7 individual showers. There is a double bedroom on the ground floor, with an adjacent DDA shower room / WC. Additionally there is a reception/office, drying room, a guest lounge, a large self-catering kitchen and a 50 seat dining room.

    A building warrant is in place to create 3 en-suite rooms in the Lodge, and provide 2 additional showers/WC’s on the top floor (with the loss of one twin room), and also simplify the washrooms to provide a male and female washroom with showers.

    Planning permission has been granted for a significant extension to the north of the main Lodge, replacing the existing kitchen with larger kitchens (allowing for a catering option), a second dining room and laundry. This permission requires renewal. The existing planning permission for the main Lodge allows for many different types of holiday accommodation (hotel/guesthouse with apartments/hostel) without the requirement for a change of use (although such permission would probably be required to use the property as a private house).

    The detached bungalow is thought to have been built in about 1972, using a Spey Roc prefabricated kit. The bungalow has 3 bedrooms, a kitchen with dining area, utility room, large lounge, washroom with shower and WC. It is located in one half of the former walled kitchen garden of the old Manse. The bungalow has full gas central heating from a calor bulk tank.

    In 2018/19 the former steading to the rear of the Lodge was converted to provide 3 en-suite guest rooms, and a small kitchenette that can be exclusive for one room, or shared between 2 rooms. Each room has its own external door. A new oil boiler was installed in 2018 and all rooms have underfloor central heating.

    Quinag – The largest room in the converted steading, with a King bed, single bed, sofa bed and extending dining table for four. There is an en-suite shower room. An adjacent full kitchen can be used exclusively, or shared with others.

    Canisp – This guest room has a double and a single bed, plus a bar stool seating area for two. There is also an en-suite shower room. The painted exposed stone wall of the original steading enhances its charm.

    Beinn Uidhe – The smallest annex room with just one double bed, but also a worktop and sink, baby hob and microwave; dining table for two and an en-suite shower room.

    Annexe Future Planning
    The planning permission and building warrant that covered the renovations of the existing steading building also allowed for the construction of two extensions – one at each end to create a U shaped building. Currently the extensions have not been built, but if they were built this would add a further en-suite bedroom and a large kitchen/lounge/dining area. The drainage for these extensions is in place, as is the manifold for underfloor heating; and domestic water supply tails are also in place.


    Just behind the former walled garden there is a potential house site. Planning permission was granted in 2011 for a house on this site, which has now lapsed. The planning application is currently being re-submitted. The site is on a slightly elevated position and enjoys lovely views west to Loch Assynt and Quinag, while to the east there are views towards Conival.


    The Lodge, which is 200 years old this year, was originally built as a manse in 1821, and then later acquired by Lord and Lady Rootes as their Scottish shooting lodge during the 1960’s. Inchnadamph Estate was later bought by the Vestey family who subsequently sold the Lodge with other properties in 1995 to the current owner.


    The Lodge, cottage and annexe benefit from mains electricity.

    Private Water Supply – the water supply to all the properties is provided from a borehole located in the field west of the main Lodge. The borehole was drilled in 1995 and the pump replaced around 2010. Water is pumped to a large storage tank on the north of the Lodge, then feeds by gravity to the Lodge, where a pump pressurises the supply to 3 bar.

    Waste water – the Lodge had a large Septic tank installed in 1996. The Annex and Cottage are serviced by a BioRock Treatment plant (installed in 2018) sized for a population of up to 30 people. This will also be sufficient for any house built on the proposed site behind the walled garden, and there is a connection to the site already.

    Heating – Lodge : Oil boiler installed in 1996, new supply tank installed in 2017. Cottage : Calor Gas Bulk Tank and gas Combi Boiler installed in 2010.
    Annex : Oil boiler and tank installed in 2019.


    BT WiFi – up to max 20Mbs
    EE – 4G signal across the area


    This well established business which has offered much needed Hostel / B & B accommodation for the last 26 years, is located on the increasingly popular main NC 500 route. The principal activity of the company is the provision of accommodation and study facilities in the Lodge and the adjacent cottages. This includes bed and breakfast accommodation in the Lodge and annex. Primary customers include UK and overseas university field study groups, hillwalking clubs, and many individual holidaymakers and tourists.

    This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a sound business, therefore early contact is highly recommended to avoid disappointment. Inchnadamph Lodge has an excellent reputation, excellent client base and enjoys repeat business.

    This opportunity would suit anyone who could push the business forward and build upon the solid and impressive trading foundations. It may also be of interest to a similar business looking to expand into this area. Early viewing is strongly advised.


    Turnover and profitability has been consistent for many years with the current trading pattern resulting in a profitable operation with a turnover of circa £200,000 p.a. (2020), with excellent profits and further growth potential for the new owners. Accounting information will be made available to seriously interested parties subsequent to viewing.

    Inchnadamph Lodge has an excellent website which is included in the sale.


    Inchnadamph, which sits beneath the rolling hills of Sutherland, enjoys unspoilt and beautiful landscape of greenery and loch scenery, with nearby Loch Assynt; and the majestic Beinn Uidhe, Canisp and Quinag. It is an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts, i.e. fishing, shooting, cycling and of course hillwalking; or just simply relaxing and enjoying the tranquil surroundings. Ullapool is approximately 24 miles distant and has a wide range of amenities including supermarkets, bank, Post Office, hotels, restaurants and retail outlets. It offers nursery, primary and secondary education. Further exploring to the Outer Hebrides etc can be made from Ullapool harbour.

    The popular historic Mart town of Dingwall is approximately 69 miles distant and the Highlands city of Inverness, which is the main business and commercial centre, offering all city facilities including links by road, rail and air to further destinations, is approximately 81 miles away.


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    (Property Ref: 15723289)