Charleston House dates back to 1776 and is category B listed; it lies on the south side of the harbour in the popular west coast village of Gairloch in Inverness-shire in Scotland.
The house was purchased by the current vendors some nine years ago and until last year was operated as a very successful restaurant with rooms, but has now been converted back into a very comfortable large family house.
Accommodation comprises a snug, dining room and kitchen on the ground floor, a reception room on the mezzanine floor, master suite, further en-suite bedroom and a sitting room on the first floor and a study and three further en suite bedrooms on the second floor.
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The magnificent location meant that the house has also rented out as a holiday let – the views across the harbour are incredible. Gairloch is a pretty west coast village and the stunning surrounding area is well-known for fishing, walking and stalking.
Achnasheen is 29 miles, Inverness about 70 miles and the airport around an hour-and-a-half by car.
CKD Galbraith (01463 224343; www.ckdgalbraith.co.uk) are asking for offers over £200,000 up until the closing date of April 27.
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