5 & 8 Souters View, Loch Flemington, IV2 7AH

£585,000 Fixed Price Each - Virtual tour available
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Property Details

  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Parking: Driveway, Garage
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • Quality new build property
  • High energy efficiency
  • Quiet semi-rural location
  • Stunning executive family homes
  • Purchase off-plan
  • Virtual tour is indicative of the style and finish.
  • Opportunity to choose kitchen and tiling

Property Summary

A fantastic opportunity to buy off-plan an exceptional architect-designed dwelling in a semi-rural location on the edge of the small village of Loch Flemington between Nairn and Inverness.

Plot 5 –

Ground floor – Reception hallway, kitchen, dining room, lounge, 2 bedrooms (one with en-suite), bathroom, utility room.

First floor  – 3 bedrooms (one with en-suite), shower room

Plot 8 –

Ground floor – Reception hallway, lounge, kitchen/dining room, garden room, bedroom, shower room, utility room.

First floor – 3 bedrooms all with en-suite, master with dressing room

The properties are situated in a peaceful, small village location allowing for a relaxed semi-rural lifestyle, whilst also being conveniently situated for commuting, approx. 9 miles from the city of Inverness, 6 miles from the seaside town of Nairn, and 3 miles from Inverness Airport which provides flights to and from many destinations within the UK and Europe.


The Builders, A G Contractors Ltd have a wealth of experience and a proven track record in the house building and renovation industry, allowing the buyer peace of mind that the construction of their dream home is in capable hands. Have a look at their website at www.agcontractors.co.uk

Houses 5 and 8 will form part of a small exclusive development of 8 unique properties which will boast high-end quality fixtures and fittings, solid oak doors and staircase and will be extremely energy efficient.

Featuring light, airy accommodation presented to the highest standard, including bespoke fittings throughout and carefully chosen quality sanitaryware and attractive tiling.

The properties offer desirable and spacious open-plan living on the ground floor and the buyer will have the opportunity to select their kitchen from a range offered including Quartz worktops and NEFF integrated appliances along with their chosen tiling.

There will be a spacious double garage with habitable trusses, thereby allowing further development if desired. The attic to the garage will be floored with a loft ladder fitted.

Inverness, the capital of the Highlands and one of Europe’s fastest-growing cities, is considered to be among the top five UK cities to live. The city with its modern infrastructure has been a popular attraction for businesses including Lifescan Scotland, one of the country’s largest Life Sciences employers, Norbord Europe, Capgemini, Orion and the Global Energy Group. Inverness also boasts a modern campus for the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) which offers the opportunity to attain qualifications at all levels up to PhD and attracts students worldwide.

There is a vibrant restaurant and bar scene in the city which plays a key role in local employment. Tourism flourishes, even more so now with ‘staycations’ being so popular due to the Covid pandemic and travel restrictions, with  Loch Ness and the Cairngorms National Park being two major appeals to the Highlands along with our array of championship golf courses including the seaside links golf course at Castle Stuart along the Moray Firth and minutes from Loch Flemington, the scenic coastal championship course of  Nairn Golf Club, 6 miles away,  along with Royal Dornoch a short drive away to the North.

The close-by town of   Nairn, an ancient fishing port and market town lies around 16 miles east of Inverness and 6 miles from Loch Flemington.  Nairn is now best known as a seaside resort, with two golf courses, award-winning beaches, a community centre/ arts venue (Nairn Community & Arts Centre), a small theatre (called The Little Theatre) and some enviable hotels, bars and restaurants to rival any city.