Old Urray is a category B-listed Georgian house dating back to 1814. Ongoing renovations and upgrades have left the house in excellent condition, and the interiors are typical of the period with an entrance vestibule leading to a generous, welcoming hallway with two reception rooms on each side. The sitting room and formal dining room are packed with features, including a wood-burning stove from the 1920s in the latter.
The rear hall provides access to the cosy library and the dining kitchen; the kitchen flows into the rear of the house and has very good views of the garden.
The staircase leads upstairs to the four double bedrooms and the master suite, all of which feature cornicing, sash and case windows, working shutters and fireplaces. The upper floor has two attic rooms which can be used as bedrooms, for storage, or as sewing or games rooms.
Urray Glebe is a charming traditional cottage which is extremely private from the main house and gardens. Currently rented on a short-term tenancy, the property has three bedrooms and a garden. The main house and the cottage are linked by a door in the walled garden of Old Urray.
Outside, the grounds come to around three acres and the formal gardens feature flowers, fruit trees and shrubs. A vegetable garden and an orchard also add interest.
Old Urray and Urray Glebe are situated just nine miles from Dingwall and just 17 miles from Inverness. Local stalking and fishing are world-class and Inverness Airport has regular flights to London.
The guide price is £599,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01463 719 171 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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