Old School House is Top of the Class

An extended former school house is offering buyers an A-star opportunity to purchase a home in an idyllic Highland village.

Situated in the picturesque rural village of Linsidemore near Lairg, The Old Schoolhouse is a traditional build property that boasts spacious and bright rooms which offer a calm, retreat feel.

And it’s not just its interiors that provide for the property’s sense of peace – it is blessed with a tranquil countryside location and panoramic views across the Kyle of Sutherland and its rolling hills beyond.

Among the property’s most charming features is its sun room – a living space flooded with natural light, thanks to its triple aspect windows framing the spectacular 360° views.

The Old Schoolhouse is on the market with land and estate agents Bell Ingram for offers over £190,000.
Joanne Stennett, Estate Agent at Bell Ingram, said: “There’s always so much charm and character in a property that has been repurposed and The Old Schoolhouse is certainly no exception.

“This property has the potential to make every day feel like one big school holiday.

“It offers an idyllic lifestyle thanks to its sought-after location while its heritage means buyers have the opportunity to secure their own little slice of local history.”

This picture perfect home is comprised of four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a lounge, sunroom and a large kitchen dining area.

In fine contrast with Sutherland’s rugged terrain, The Old Schoolhouse has a well-kept garden, rockery and patio area, perfect for summer barbeques.

And if it’s Scotland’s rich ecosystem that you’re interested in then consider The Old Schoolhouse your classroom – the Sutherland area is virtually untouched landscape and is a popular choice amongst bird watchers and is set just a half hour’s drive away from beautiful beaches.

A viewing appointment can be arranged through Bell Ingram’s Inverness office on 01463 717 799.

Established 117 years ago, Bell Ingram has 130 professional staff across 11 UK offices including: farm, estate and forestry managers; chartered surveyors, estate agents, architects, planners, and building surveyors; and tourism, GIS mapping, and renewable energy specialists.

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Published on 4th July 2018