£550,000 Offers Over
Clach Mhor is a Royal Institute of British Architects award-winning Highland home which has featured in various national newspapers and home magazines. Designed by Roddy Langmuir at Cullinan Studio, every aspect of the design and layout has been meticulously considered to reflect its magnificent surroundings. The property uncoils from the sloping site to create a dramatic double height living space, expressed as a circular belvedere anchored to the ground by the mass of its chimney. Clach Mhor is a comfortable rural hideaway in a unique setting and enjoys spectacular views across Avielochan to the majesty of the Cairngorm Mountains beyond. Accommodation on the upper level includes an open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen, family bathroom, three double bedrooms with one boasting an en-suite bathroom and the other two benefiting from additional bunk-style sleeping platforms. Although the property has three bedrooms the bunks mean that the house can comfortably accommodate extra guests. On the lower level there is a sauna with a changing area and shower, separate WC and a utility area. Viewing is recommended to appreciate this truly unique property in the heart of the National Park. Energy Performance Certificate Band G, Council Tax Band G.
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