A wonderful opportunity has arisen to purchase Monach House, a beautiful detached villa located in the heart of Bonar Bridge. The main house dates back to the early 1800’s and with a wealth of charm benefits from a number of original feature throughout. There is also a separate attached self-catering unit that benefits from its own entrance, lounge kitchen, conservatory and 2 bedrooms. Monach House is currently run as a lifestyle business generating income on a self-catering and bed and breakfast basis. There is an opportunity to expand the business.
Substantial Family Home
On NC500 Route
2 Double Bedrooms (1 En-Suite)
2 Bedroom Annexe with Separate Facilities
Double Glazing Throughout
Off Road Parking
Offers over £295,000
Monach House is on the main Dornoch Road in Bonar Bridge, located amidst some of the finest scenery in the Scottish Highlands around an hour's drive from Inverness. The area is a haven of tranquillity and the property is surrounded by the most spectacular scenery making it an ideal Highland retreat. There are an extensive range of outdoor pursuits on the doorstep including hillwalking, mountain biking, golfing, fishing, shooting and stalking. There are golf clubs located nearby, including the world famous championship course at Royal Dornoch, Tain and Golspie. There is also a nine hole golf course in the village of Bonar Bridge only a short walk from Monach House. The town is also located on the lucrative NC500. Bonar Bridge provides a range of services including a local primary school, library, bank, post office, a renowned butcher and a grocery with in-store bakery. There are also two public houses, a restaurant and other shops, as well as a new health centre and cottage hospital. Secondary schooling is available at Tain or Dornoch with a school bus service from the village. The nearest railway station is situated at Ardgay, approximately 3 miles away, and runs a regular service to Inverness and beyond. There is also a regular bus service to Tain and Inverness.
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