£65,000 Fixed Price
We are pleased to offer an exceedingly rare opportunity to purchase a Scandinavian Style property in one of Scotlands most scenic and historic locations deep in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
Scotlands Great Glen (gaelic:An Gleann Mor) is a geographical wonder caused by tectonic collisions millions of years ago which raised the Scottish Highlands and created a natural rift valley, stretching for over 80 miles cutting a swath across mainland Scotland from coast to coast. Untamed landscapes, legendary lochs, purple-heather covered mountains and an abundance of wildlife, make this location a mecca for nature lovers and outdoor pursuits enthusiasts alike.
A twenty-minute drive north from the historic town of Fort William, you will find Glengarry and Invergarry Lodges nestled in the tranquil and peaceful location of South Laggan, Invergarry. Overlooking the calm waters of Loch Lochy and Loch Oich each individual lodge offers spectacular mountain and loch views which can be enjoyed all year round.
Activities are in abundance in the local area and change with the seasons from rambling along the Great Glen way, Cycling, Quad biking, Canoeing, boating, horse-riding, hiking and fishing to Ski-ing, snowboarding, winter climbing and Sled dog racing in nearby Aviemore. For nature lovers you need not look any further than from the patio doors of your own lodge with Pine Martens, Red Deer, Wildfowl, birds of prey and flora and fauna almost within touching distance.
The A-frame, timber clad lodges were built in Sweden before being shipped to Montrose where they were then transported to South Laggan by Road. The lodges were then assembled by Morrison Construction of Scotland. They were built for all Scottish weather conditions, so they lend themselves to all year round living in complete warmth and comfort. The lodges at Glengarry consist of entrance hallway with ample cupboard space, lounge, and kitchen with dining area all appliances are included. Main bathroom with shower, wash hand basin and toilet and two good sized bedrooms with storage. The lodges at Invergarry are larger and vary between two and three bedrooms, all with bathrooms, some also benefiting from en-suite facilities, fitted kitchens and open plan living/dining area.
Local facilities can be found in Invergarry Village which is a 5-minute drive away. It has a local shop/petrol station, primary school, hotel offering traditional Scottish food, a Village Hall and shinty pitch and is the meeting point of Glen Garry and the Great Glen locals. Invergarry is a central location attracting visitors from all over the world to explore places such as Fort William, Loch Ness, Glen Coe, White sands of Morar, Isle of Skye and for all Harry Potters fans the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct.
An increasing number of visitors to the area in recent years has shown an extremely high demand for accommodation in the area.
Fort Augustus which is a short 15-minute drive has a wider range of facilities including hotels, restaurants, medical centre, garage, convenience stores and both primary and secondary schools, along with daily cruises along Loch Ness
Fort William offers a wider range of shops and restaurants from larger well-known stores such as M&S food hall, Morrisons, Aldi to local butchers, pharmacies, and tourist shops. The nearest hospital is also situated in Fort William.
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