£650,000 Guide Price
Rarely available and unique, elegant country residence, Tarlogie House is a beautiful Georgian country home which has been extended over time and provides opulent and comfortable accommodation over two levels. There are a wealth of period features which include intricate ceiling cornicing, working window shutters, feature, open fireplaces, raised skirting's and impressive high ceilings.
The sympathetic refurbishment of the property has taken great care to retain its period features and charm. The result is a balanced combination of character, elegance and modern convenience within a superior quality and impressive country house. Large estate sitting on approximately 5 acres of land
Tarlogie House is located 2 miles north west of Tain, Scotland's oldest Burgh. It has a comprehensive selection of shops and amenities including hotels, schooling, leisure facilities and railway station.
The property also neighbours Tarlogie Forest, which provides the outdoor enthusiast with extensive walking, cycling or horse riding opportunities.
The A9 provides excellent links to Inverness and Inverness Airport with regular domestic and European flights. There are a host of recreational activities nearby including shooting and stalking and fishing on the Rivers Conon, Beauly, Oykel, Alness, Shin and Carron.
Within a short drive you can be on the beautiful clean sandy beaches of Shandwick Bay while the fishing village of Portmahomack offers boat trips for sea angling and dolphin watching in the Moray Firth. For the golf enthusiast there are 7 excellent golf courses within easy reach including the famous championship course at Royal Dornoch.
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The entrance to the main house is through a splendid conservatory, with an abundance of natural light provided by the 'wall to wall' windows, which offer wide views over the garden grounds and beyond. A truly delightful entrance to the home, providing a comfortable area to relax and enjoy the superb gardens and surrounding countryside.
32' x 17'9"
Beautiful and impressive hallway retaining character features and period style. A lovely introduction to the main house and reception rooms.
32' x 17'9"
The inner hallway leads to a large and refined withdrawing room with splendid high ceilings, hardwood flooring, impressive open fireplace and large, deep set sash windows, providing a profusion of natural light into the room. The theme is in classical regency style with pale, neutral colours and feature a ceiling cornice, beautiful twin chandeliers. The entire room exudes the elegance and style of a quality, period home.
14'9" x 13'4"
Large, light and bright room with regency stripe wallpaper, light, neutrally coloured carpet and feature fireplace with a stovax wood burning stove. The natural light streams into the room from the large, deep windows and the modern ceiling spotlighting accentuates a combination of modern and period styling.
The downstairs cloakroom is modern with classic, simple styling. This stylish cloakroom comprises of wood effect flooring, light, neutrally coloured walls, radiator and window.
Kitchen / Diner
16'1" x 11'8" / 16'1" x 12'4"
The modern, open plan kitchen and dining area provide a contemporary living space with a well-equipped kitchen, breakfast bar, centre island and an Esse multi-fuel stove.
The kitchen is any chef's dream, with a combination of storage, workspace and practicality. The large range has a chimney style extractor fan over and the centre island/breakfast bar offers a superb additional area for culinary creation. The kitchen is well lit with both natural light and supporting feature lighting.
Directly beside the kitchen area is the
Chic and modern dining area, decorated in modish colours and has a coordinating tiled floor. The room is spacious and bright having a large, deep window providing an abundance of natural light with feature spotlighting for subtle and controllable additional illumination. There is a large radiator and a TV point, creating an up to date focal point for family and entertaining.
Quintessentially an important feature of the Regency period house, are the garden grounds, which are breath-taking, from the entrance gates, to the circular driveway and central Urn feature with surrounding plants, to the variety of separate areas for specimen, spectacular and imposing mature trees, flowering bushes and herbaceous borders.
Within the grounds there are several useful outbuildings including a wood store, boiler room and two car ports.
Superlatives cannot begin to describe the grandiose and stunning landscaped grounds, which extend to approximately 2.5 acres and walled garden extending to approximately 2.5 acres.
As a very useful addition to the kitchen, at the rear of the property, the hall leads to a utility room with additional storage and space for white goods.
First Floor Landing
Impressive landing with high walls, decorated in Regency style with large arch window providing a flood of natural light. The staircase has a spindle banister gallery style top and the fitted carpet continues throughout the landing and upper hallway.
19'8" X 17'2"
The sumptuous and elegant master bedroom suite has a modern feel co-ordinated with period charm. The walls are papered in a modern style, which works well with the neutrally coloured carpet. The period fireplace and spectacular chandelier are delightful features of the splendid room and the twin tall windows provide a wealth of natural light into the room, along with partial sea views and a radiator offers background heating.
With a good size space for a sitting area, the suite is comfortable, warm and spacious. The master bedroom also offers the luxury of an impressive en-suite bathroom.
The master en-suite is voluminous and notable, its impressive size offers a huge amount of space. The amenities include a large, free standing, modern bath, double shower cubicle with luxury shower, twin hand basins with built in cupboard space below, w.c. and heated towel rail. There is a stream of natural light from the large window and feature spotlighting adjacent to the vanity wall cupboards. Beautifully delicate decor and quality, limestone flooring complete this lovely en-suite.
14'9" x 13'6"
Elegant and airy double bedroom with modern blue decor and light, neutrally coloured carpet. The room has two good size windows providing a flood of natural light into the room and a good size radiator. It also has the luxury of an en-suite shower room.
Impressive and light en-suite, with matching w.c. and hand basin. There is a large shower cubicle, radiator and a window offering a good deal of natural light into the room and partial sea views.
14'9" x 11'7"
Delightful and airy double bedroom with light, neutrally coloured walls and co-ordinating carpet. The room is light and bright with two large, high windows and is heated by a good size radiator. Leading from the main bedroom is a small flight of stairs to an upper level and the en-suite.
Large and spacious en-suite with a large shower enclosure, white w.c. and hand basin. The room has plenty of natural light and has a light and bright feel.
14' x 13'
Modern and bright double bedroom with warm, neutrally decorated walls and co-ordinating carpet. The room has a radiator, two lovely windows and plenty of space for relaxation. An additional luxury is the en-suite.
The well laid out and light en-suite has modern decor, shower cubicle, white w.c. and matching hand basin. The room is light and bright with a good source of natural light streaming from the window.
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