Ravenswood is an impressive B-listed sandstone house, situated on one of the most desirable streets in the city of Inverness.
The property is set in the popular Crown conservation area, where its peaceful residential streets of traditional houses are within easy reach of the city centre, Eden Court Theatre and the River Ness.
Phiddy Robertson from sellers, Galbraith, said: “Ravenswood is a lovely family home, sensitively modernised and retaining its beautifully proportioned interior.
"The period features in the property include the original marble fireplaces in the reception rooms, tall sash windows, high ceilings and elaborate cornices and plasterwork.
"The stunning stained-glass windows in the stairwell which flood the hallway with natural light have been renovated and these, combined with the timber and wrought-iron balustrade, create an impressive entrance hall.
"There are three elegant reception rooms on the ground floor in addition to a large kitchen with integrated appliances and polished granite worktops, and separate utility room and pantry.
"Upstairs there are six generous bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a shower room.
"The landscaped grounds extend to approximately 0.6 acres and comprise and in-and-out driveway, formal lawns interspersed with mature trees and shrubs and a sheltered patio.
"Ravenswood offers an excellent opportunity for a family or a couple to secure a home in one of Inverness’s most sought-after streets.”
Phiddy Robertson continued: “In the past eighteen months we have noticed a considerable increase in buyers relocating to Inverness-shire from other parts of the UK.
"Their reasons are primarily due to the fabulous lifestyle on offer.
"The NorthCoast 500 initiative has raised awareness of the beauty of the north of Scotland and has attracted buyers looking for a second home and also those looking for a permanent move.”
Ravenswood is on the market for offers over £800,000 with Galbraith.