Property spotlight: Exceptional baronial mansion house full of Victorian splendour and craftsmanship and with breathtaking sea views
Firthside House is an outstanding period home dating back to 1885 which boasts a timeless quality and a remarkable wealth of period features, in a wonderfully discreet location on the dramatic coastline of the north of Scotland, close to the town of Nairn.
This is a home designed and positioned to make the most of its breathtaking views across the Moray Firth, and it stands proudly in mature private garden grounds. The stunning period features include leaded glasswork, ornate plasterwork, fireplaces, hardwood flooring, raised skirtings and panelling, and the ground floor comprises hallway, sitting room, formal dining room, drawing room, garden room, kitchen, sewing/hobby room, WC, study/office, boiler room, and access to the cellar. A magnificent main staircase leads to a galleried landing and access to the principal bedroom which has an en-suite shower room, while there are an additional eight bedrooms on this floor, a laundry/utility room, shower room and family bathroom. A smaller staircase to the rear leads to the second floor attic level with a sitting room, two bedrooms, bathroom and storage space. The property is set in approximately three acres of garden grounds which extend to the edge of the seafront, mainly laid to lawn and surrounded by trees, plants and shrubs, and there is a large courtyard and terraces, a double garage and useful outbuildings. On the market with Strutt & Parker for offers over £1,000,000, more details can be found HERE.