£375,000 Fixed Price
This unique 2 bed apartment, completed in 2012, is the former St Andrews Chapel, located within the converted Abbey Church of The Highland Club. Designed by Pugin, the chapel apartment has elaborate gothic features, differing from the main Abbey Church which was designed in Norman style during a later period.. In the main living dining area there are a number of majestic stained glass windows depicting the Scottish Saints.
The apartment (named St Andrews Chapel) is one of the premium properties at The Highland Club. Conveniently located near the spa and indoor swimming pool, it is exceptional in every way. The spacious apartment of 160 sq metres, has an abundance of of original features, in particular the stained glass windows, high vaulted stone ceilings, large gothic stone arches and ornate stone mullioned windows providing a feeling of spaciousness and presence. The kitchen is stylish and well appointed with a large island and beautiful dining area.
The bedrooms are located on the first floor, accessed from the lower hall. The large galleried master bedroom with en-suite bathroom projects over the living area, allowing views of the stained glass windows and changing light throughout the day. There is also a double bedroom on this level, which has access to a shower room on the ground floor.
The Highland Club itself provides may facilities including restaurant, swimming pool, sauna &steam room, tennis and snooker/club room. Set in 20 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds on the southern shores of Loch Ness, The Highland Club is a unique luxury residence, with the facilities of Fort Augustus literally 5 minutes walk away.
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