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TORNESS Torness is arguably one of the area's most outstanding properties; enchanting and striking, with stunning views sweeping across Great Glen and Gairlochy. The Grey Corries and Aonoch Mor can be seen from the side of the property. It is as commanding as it is beautiful; a former manse and the type of property which one might find as you leaf through a high profile country magazine. A tree lined private road gives access to the property which has been extensively and sympathetically renovated over the years by the current owners with great attention to detail bringing together a truly unique house exuding charm and appeal that will immediately impress. There is potential to use the house as a B&B. On entering Torness you are greeted by an impressive bright hallway, off which are the sitting room, with wood burning stove; recently decorated dining room with fire place, snug or TV room with window seat, breakfast room leading to kitchen, utility room and handy WC and this is only the beginning of the journey into this wonderful home. There is a wealth of period features throughout the property dating back to the original build date of circa 1830 and today Torness is a blend of those features with modern embellishments making it a truly impressive space for entertaining and living. The ground floor accommodation offers versatile room usage and can be configured to suit the needs of the discerning purchaser. The inviting kitchen is ideally placed for everyday family life and is complimented with a range of floor and wall mounted units in a traditional style finished off with an Aga as the focal point. There are four public rooms in total, with a formal dining room and sitting room, and two less formal rooms in the form of a relaxed TV room and casual breakfasting room. Journey upstairs where you will find four double bedrooms and another room, which could be a fifth bedroom, however it is currently used as an office or should you wish to alter the configuration of the accommodation on this floor it could become a well placed en-suite or jack and jill bathroom. Completing the accommodation on this floor are a further two bathrooms and a WC. Externally the property sits in over an acre of grounds. Encased by lawns and bordered by mature trees and shrubs with a trickling burn along one side, there is also ample space for car parking. The grounds are also home to Honeysuckle Cottage which provides an income generation of approximately £10-15,000 a year. Externally the property sits in over an acre of grounds. Encased by lawns and bordered by mature trees and shrubs with a trickling burn along one side, there is also ample space for car parking. The grounds are also home to Honeysuckle Cottage. HONEYSUCKLE COTTAGE A very well presented stone built detached one bedroom cottage, converted in 2011 with one double bedroom, open plan living room/ kitchen with a cosy wood burner, currently used as a holiday let. A great addition to this property as a source of additional income taking advantage of the all year round self-catering opportunity that the area offers.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01397 600 006
McEwan Fraser Legal are open 7 days a week: 8am - Midnight Monday to Friday &9am - 10pm Saturday &Sunday to book your viewing appointment.EXTRAS: Gas central heating â Torness. Electric heating â Honeysuckle cottage. Carpets, curtains and light fittings included in the sale. Additional contents may be available for purchase by separate agreement. Ample storage in the form of a linen cupboard and store on first floor, larder and cupboard on ground floor as well as a spacious attic.
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