Culfoichbeg House is a country property located in a secluded setting amongst magnificent Highland scenery in the heart of a renowned estate in Moray.
The world famous 22,000-acre Tulchan estate - known as Scotland's most expensive - was sold last year to a Russian vodka tycoon, and Culfoichbeg House was the previous owner’s favourite and private residence.
The property is in an idyllic setting with wonderful views and has beautiful landscaped gardens extending to 6.5 acres, including a water garden, lawns and areas of mature woodland.
Surrounded by the protected landscape of the Tulchan Estate, the property is an ideal retreat for a sporting enthusiast.
John Bound, handling the sale of the property on behalf of Galbraith, said:“Culfoichbeg is a stunning home and its setting is unmatched.
"The surrounding countryside is among Scotland’s most beautiful scenery and the privacy afforded by the Tulchan Estate is hard to find elsewhere.
"First class sporting opportunities are available at Tulchan, including two grouse moors and eight miles of double bank salmon fishing on the famous River Spey.
"The house has been sensitively modernised and extended over the years to form an immaculate and substantial country home with high quality finishes throughout.
"The purchaser would be ideally placed to enjoy a lifestyle of field sports and house parties.”
The accommodation at Culfoichbeg House comprises: three reception rooms; master bedroom suite with two bathrooms, tower dressing room, gentleman’s dressing room and two bathrooms; fully fitted kitchen with sun room; three further en-suite bedrooms; four further bedrooms; two further bathrooms; gentleman’s study/library; wine cellar; high quality ancillary rooms.
The house also has a range of outbuildings, including a separate three-bedroom cottage with kennelling.
Completely secluded setting in the heart of the renowned Tulchan Estate amongst magnificent Highland scenery and offers new owners access to first class field sport and grounds of about 2.63 hectares (6.5 acres) in all.
Culfoichbeg House is on the market for a guide price of £1.25m with Galbraith.