5 bedroom property for sale


Borlum House Reay, Thurso, Highland, KW14 7RE
New
£975,000 Offers Over
5 bed
2 br
Borlum House is in an enviable, and prominent position elevated above the village of Reay, enjoying far reaching views to the Pentland Firth. The current owners bought the property in 2014 and embarked on a period of significant improvements and upgrades both to the main house, barns and outdoor living areas. The main house has been tastefully upgraded and modernised to provide stylish accommodation, by the current owners who have also spent endless time and effort on the external ambience. There are two recently completed self-catering cottages offering a good source of income. Borlum House Farm is an ideal opportunity to acquire a farm and self-catering business in an ideal situation on the NC500. Planning is in place for the renovation of three further outbuildings, to include a further two self-catering properties and a games room. Borlum House is accessed from a private track to a sweeping driveway which leads to the hardwood front door to the entrance hall. The hall gives access to the kitchen, sitting room and WC. A staircase rises to the upper floor. The kitchen has a ceramic tiled floor and an excellent Ashley Ann range of floor and wall units in oak with built-in dishwasher, ceramic hob with extractor over, built-in double oven, warming drawer and space for a fridge freezer. There is a central island offering extra storage and food preparation space. Double glazed doors open to the sunroom which is glazed to three sides and has double doors to the garden. Complementary ceramic flooring runs from the kitchen to the conservatory. From the kitchen, a door opens to the rear entrance porch which has a door to the rear of the house and in turn leads to the family room. The TV room has a window to the rear overlooking the garden. There is fixed shelving and TV Cabinet and a built-in storage cupboard. Sonos in-house surround sound system compliments the room. A central feature of a woodburning stove on a slate hearth with wooden mantle is an attractive feature. A door leads to a rear hallway from where a second staircase rises to the upper floor and access is gained to the dining/pool room which has dual aspect windows to the front and rear enjoying views to the sea and garden. There is a hidden bar area within this room. The scullery and utility room lie off this room. The scullery has a good range of floor and wall units in white with a wooden work surface and built-in shelving. The utility area has a washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, two chest freezers and plenty of storage space. There is a door to the Annex and a staircase leads to the office which is fully equipped for home working and has a window to the side to enjoy the views. From the pool room, a door leads to the large sitting room which has a window with outstanding views over the farmland to the sea. There is a central feature of a woodburning stove on a slate hearth with wooden mantle. A further door leads back to the main hall. First Floor To the right of the landing is the master bedroom which has dual aspect windows with views to the sea to the front and hills to the rear. There is a dressing area which has a good range of storage provided by built-in wardrobes. There is a door to the Jack and Jill bathroom. The luxury bathroom has slate tiled flooring. It has a WC, twin wash hand basins and bath. There is a large walk-in shower which has dual drench showerheads and a drench head rainfall shower. A door leads from the bathroom to a further hallway which takes you to bedroom 3 which has a window to the rear overlooking the rear garden. It also leads to bedroom 2, a further double bedroom which has a window to the front. This room is currently used as a letting bedroom. There is a second bathroom which has a WC, wash hand basin and bath in white with tiling around and mains shower over. Second Floor The upper floor has two double bedrooms with coombed ceilings and built-in storage cupboards and Velux windows. The Annex The Annex is attached to the ma