This raw untouched landscape is truly magnificent and a real Highland haven.
The land extends to approximately 735 acres and offers stalking, walked up shooting, duck flighting and fishing. Spend the day exploring the craggy outcrops, cast a fly on one of the many hill lochs or simply enjoy a picnic with a view. Fearna has something for everyone and is a hidden gem.
Free of modern intrusions Fearna is a fine example of a wilderness property with contemporary comforts. The land is typical of the area with grassy knolls, and undulating moorland interspersed with hill lochs. The rocky landscape is dramatic and benefits from patches of limestone bedrock which provide occasional oases of fertile soil.
This compact Highland estate is perfect for those looking for a manageable estate and it is just a few minutes’ drive of one of the most spectacular and unspoilt stretches of coastline in Scotland. Excellent holiday rental potential and a proposed woodland planting scheme.
Sitting in an elevated, private position overlooking one of the principal estate lochs the modern lodge is perfectly situated to enjoy the dramatic landscape. Built in 2012 the lodge benefits from 360 degree views and extends to approximately 3,600 sq.ft. The lodge offers spacious open plan living with floor to ceiling glass walls to make the most of the beautiful views.
The Estate is set within a National Scenic Area and also lies within the North West Highland Geopark. Due to these designations it highly unlikely that there will ever be any man made visual intrusions of any kind.
The small fishing village of Lochinver is approximately 1.5 miles distant and offers a range of local amenities including a post office, bank, café, pub and primary school. Ullapool is approximately 35 miles away and offers a wider variety of shops and facilities including a supermarket.
Inverness is a two hour drive away and is the nearest city. Inverness airport offers an array of both domestic and international flights.
The well appointed modern lodge comes complete with a solar panels, underfloor heating on the ground floor and a large wood burning stove. Guaranteed to warm you up after a long day out in the fresh air. The five bedrooms are each served by their own bathroom offering flexible living accommodation.
In addition to the lodge there is a timber framed double garage with kennel, toilet and floored loft area.
Fearna is the perfect rural retreat. The land is wild and rugged and with uninterrupted views it is the ideal place to escape the confines of modernity and enjoy the breath-taking solitude this estate offers. Climb the rocky outcrops, explore the undulating moorland and fish the private hill lochs.
Private Water Supply (bore hole)
Private Foul Drainage
Council Tax Band G
The Feed in Tariff income from the roof mounted solar panels equates to approximately £600/ annum.