Secluded cottage with original features, beautiful views and 2.6 acres of land hits the market in Sutherland

House-hunters on the lookout for a traditional, rural cottage in a picturesque country setting will find what they’re looking for with Easter Achnahanat.

Located in a tranquil Sutherland village, just next to Culrain, Easter Achnahanat is a time-honoured croft house that has been carefully extended and renovated over the years in a way that has respected its authentic build.

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Original features, such as its beamed ceilings, have been well-maintained throughout its life, breathing charm and history into the property.

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The stone built property sits in an elevated position just next to the Kyle of Sutherland, enjoying unparalleled views over the river and the rolling hills beyond.

With a natural burn and bathing pool in its 2.6 acres of grounds, this property is just what outdoor lovers’ dreams are made of.

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Easter Achnahanat lies on natural, rugged land, with the property itself providing a cosy retreat, with all the features needed for comfortable living, such as its feature multi-fuel stove and bathroom with under floor heating.

Over its two floors, the cottage has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large living area.

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Easter Achnahanat also boasts a spacious, open plan kitchen-diner with an immaculately kept AGA, as well as two porches and a store room, ideal for muddy boots and practical country living.

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Many of the cottage’s rooms are blessed with dual aspect windows, framing the enviable views from either side, adding to the property’s light and spacious feel.

Easter Achnahanat is on the market with Perth-based land and estate agents Bell Ingram for offers over £275,000.

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Joanne Stennett, Senior Estate Agent for Bell Ingram, said: “The serenity that Easter Achnahanat offers is just remarkable.

"The feeling that comes with hearing nothing but the sounds of nature, is one that can often be forgotten in 21st century living.

“And with the astounding views of its virtually untouched landscape, it’s the sort of property that persuades to change your way of living, and get back in touch with nature.”

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Culrain rail station is just a 10 minute drive away, putting Easter Achnahanat in a well connected spot for such a secluded setting.