Inverness, United Kingdom
The White House - Scotland
The White House
This beautifully decorated three-bedroom flat rests on 2500 square feet and is located in a much admired and desirable location in the heart of Inverness, only a short distance from the city center. A unique conversion of the basement and ground floor, the White House presents a look at traditional 19th-century architecture.
The main door is an original 19th-century feature and leads into a spacious and bright hallway. From the boot store, a second doorway opens up into a broad, bright and airy reception hallway with hardwood floors and custom-made chandeliers. From the hallway, the large high-ceilinged lounge is set to the front of the property. The featured bay windows allow for an abundance of natural light, and the fireplace with inset gas fire and a granite hearth creates a stunning focal point. This room retains many 19th Century features, such as Victorian alcoves, high skirting boards, and cornices.
The dining room is an excellent entertaining space and has alcoves to either side of the featured window, which is framed by bespoke full-length curtains. The modern kitchen comes complete with a range of wall and base storage units, as well as an integrated Rangemaster cooker, American-style fridge freezer, and Neff dishwasher. The side garden is accessed from the kitchen, making it the ideal area for al-fresco dining in the summer months.
Also located on this level are two spacious double bedrooms, both complete with en-suite shower rooms. The second bedroom has a tailor-made tall chesterfield headboard, which is in keeping with the extravagance of the property. The family bathroom is striking with a black water closet, roll top bath, and a wash basin set against white subway tiles.
A staircase from the kitchen leads down to the lower ground floor which has been converted to create an impressive bedroom suite which includes a sizeable dressing-room and bathroom. The long bathroom is luxurious, with floor-to-ceiling tiles, a modern freestanding bath, a large walk-in shower, and a stylish sink with vanity unit. A recently completed cinema room with a large screen tv comfortably seats 6 guests as well for your indoor entertainment.
There are countless things to see and do in Inverness, including the tree-lined walk to Ness Islands, Inverness Castle, and Inverness Cathedral. Eden Court Theatre is the city's main venue for drama and entertainment, presenting a varied year-round program of shows to suit all tastes, and there is an excellent selection of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. For the outdoor enthusiast, there is a wide range of pursuits available including fishing, cycling, water sports, hill walking and, of course, golf.
Inverness in Northern Scotland, known as the 'Highland Capital', still retains its market town feel dating back to its early development in the 12th Century. The town offers a variety of choices of things to see and do such as ancient castles, the Caledonian Canal, highland museums, a 4,000-year-old burial cairn, and Loch Ness and the elusive world famous monster.
Spend your next foray into the Scottish countryside in utter luxury!
Condo with 3 levels
3 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2500 square feet
King, King, and Queen
6 guests maximum
Inverness Airport - INV
20 minutes by car
Activities of Interest
- Wine Country
- Eden Court Theater - With several different shows every year, this is without a doubt the best place to catch a cultural experience in Scotland.
- Highland Wildlife Park - Specializing in native, Scottish wildlife, take note of some of the incredible wildcats found in the region!
- Glen Ord Distillery - This distillery, which originated in the mid-19th century, is just a short trip from Inverness.
- Inverness Golf Club - With rolling green fairways and challenging layouts, this course is beloved by golfers in the area and all over.
Places of Interest
- Inverness Castle - Right in the heart of Inverness, this castle rests overlooking the River Ness.
- The Caledonian Canal - Explore this amazing canal, widely considered to be one of the most impressive waterways in the world, and beginning in Inverness and running across the Great Glen, a fault-line in the earth’s crust.
- Culloden Moor - This is the site of the bloody final battle of the 1745 Jacobite Rising, just a short drive out of the city.
- Loch Ness - Any trip to Scotland wouldn't be complete with checking out the shores of this mysterious lake.
- The Dores Inn - This traditional, family-run inn offers fantastic, classic dishes such as fish and chips, mussels, steaks, and scallops.
- 40"+ TV
- Chef's Kitchen
- Covered Parking
- DVD Player
- Espresso Machine
- Handicap Accessible
- High Speed Internet
- Multiple TVs
- Outdoor Grill
- Pets (with Approval)
- Satellite/Cable TV
- Washer & Dryer
- Wireless Internet
- iPod Dock Stereo