This five-bedroom luxury house is based upon the U-shaped steading building type. Exceptionally spacious, it would suit a large family or could be adapted for use as luxury holiday accommodation.
The house is entered through a wind-lobby in to an open reception hall. A separate sitting room is to the left, and to the right there is a stunning open plan kitchen, dining and living space located beyond a generous utility room.
There are two bedroom wings, with generous bedrooms and five bathrooms.
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Our eco-friendly designs, inspired by traditional Hebridean architecture, are sympathetic to the landscape and can be readily adapted to your specific location and requirements.
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