A wonderful opportunity has arisen to purchase Cul-Na-Carn Manse, a charming former Victorian Manse a short distance from Invermoriston on the edge of the Great Glen. The property benefits from fantastic south facing views across rolling farmlands and hills beyond. With a wealth of original features this 5 bedroom house has been tastefully extended and refurbished by the current owners to an incredibly high standard. Although currently used as a family home Cul-Na-Carn Manse previously operated as a bed and breakfast and this business could be easily established again. The converted barn could provide holiday letting or home business accommodation. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the flexibility and potential that the purchase of the house offers.
The sale of Cul-Na-Carn Manse is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a tastefully refurbished and extended 5 bedroom Victorian former manse situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the Scottish Highlands. The property would make a superb family home or alternatively an easily run lifestyle business.
Located on the edge of the Great Glen and surrounded by some of the most beautiful and dramatic highland scenery lies Cul-Na-Carn Manse. It is positioned adjacent to the A887, the main road and tourist route, to the Isle of Skye, the Western Isles and Applecross Peninsula. The property is a short distance from Invermoriston with Inverness 36 miles and Fort William 45 miles. Glasgow and Edinburgh are both approximately a 3 1/2 hour drive by car. Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands, is some 40 minutes by car and has an excellent range of shops, restaurants and amenities. In addition it has a main line railway and Inverness Airport operates daily flights to a number of UK cities and European destinations. This area has long been a popular tourist destination with its remote feel yet just a short distance away from the busy tourist centres. The countryside offers a haven of peace where native wildlife and flora are plentiful and breath-taking views are the norm.