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Four-bedroom detached home
The Azure II housetype
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A village in the city Westercraigs is like a village in the city: peaceful woodlands and sweeping views, just outside Inverness city centre. With all amenities including a retail park and a major supermarket only five minutes` drive away, Westercraigs still retains a distinctly rural feel. Excellent schools are nearby, as are sport and leisure facilities, cafés and restaurants, and entertainment hubs like the Eden Court theatre.
Westercraigs sits high up on a South East-facing hill on the outskirts of Inverness, between the River Ness and the Beauly Firth. The development opens out onto panoramic views across the city, the nearby woodlands and the surrounding countryside.
The location of the development has prompted its ‘village in the city` tag: right at the edge of a major Scottish city, with all amenities including a retail park and a TESCO supermarket only five minutes` drive away, Westercraigs still retains a distinctly rural feel. Covering 200 acres of land, the development is characterised as much by its forest paths and ponds as by its community of stylish, modern homes.
True to nature In fact, ecological sensitivity is at the heart of our work in this development. The famous Great Glen Way (the walking route that stretches from coast to coast across the Highlands) runs through the site. Great Glen House (the celebrated HQ of Scottish Natural Heritage, also built by Robertson) is also located here. Beautiful paths meander through the neighbouring Dunain Woods, passing prehistoric stone structures and gravel ridges left by retreating glaciers.
Robertson Homes` focus has been to retain as much of the existing natural environment as possible, protecting mature trees and woodland, and providing a number of ‘nature buffers` around the site. Nevertheless, despite its away-from-it-all feel, Westercraigs is highly accessible and well connected, not only to the city of Inverness itself, but also to the wider transport network: it is located a five-minute drive from Kessock Bridge and adjoins the A82.
Contemporary and flexible Westercraigs` different house types have innovative layouts that support and reflect modern lifestyles: they offer options of bright garden rooms, gorgeous open-plan kitchen/dining rooms, integral garages, ample storage spaces, and generous rooms-in-the-roof that make perfect spaces for teenage hang-outs or home cinemas.
Linking past and present The Westercraigs development - with its wide range of house types and costs, and close proximity to good schools, transport links and local amenities - has fast become a bustling, mixed and successful community. However, it has also retained something very important: a sense of the site`s unique Victorian past, as well as the peacefulness and freedom of its natural, rural environment.
Set in an enviable location on the west of Inverness, Westercraigs has everything you can ask for, exceptional surroundings with stunning views yet easy access into the city. We offer 3, 4 and 5 bedroom semi and detached properties from our popular Boutique Collection
Leisure and Shopping
Inverness main shopping centre offers a wide variety of high street names and a good range of specialist shops. There are many cafe's and restaurants in the city centre and along the River Ness offering a variety of food. Eden Court Theatre stands on a beautiful location on the banks of the River Ness and they offer an excellent programme of performances. There are ample leisure facilities in the city including a fine swimming pool with flume, sports centre, athletic stadium, ice rink, rollerbowl and four golf courses.
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Kinmylies Primary School (1.1 mIles)
Dalneigh Primary School (1.4 miles)
Charleston Academy (1mile)
Inverness College (UHI, 2 miles)
Westercraigs is 2.5 miles from the city centre.
There is an excellent bus service operating throughout the city with Inter City links available from the main bus station.
Train station is 2.4 miles from the development
Inverness airport is 20 minutes by car
Opening-hours : Open all week 10.30am until 5.30pm
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