- Air source heat pump for heating and hot water
- Underfloor heating to ground floor
- Latest MVHR technology
- Option of wood burning stove
- Mains wired Carbon Monoxide alarms
- LED downlighters to kitchen ceiling
- Plain white pendants to living room, dining room and ground floor bedrooms
- LED down lighters to bathrooms
You can of course upgrade your R.HOUSE at Loch Ness Park to suit your own requirements and taste. Typical upgrades include:
- Kitchen and bathroom upgrades
- Extended decking or external patio
- Engineered oak flooring and stairs
- Tiling to bathroom floors and/or showers
- Preparation for a wood burning stove
- Additional shelving to cupboards
The list of upgrades above is not exhaustive. Talk to us about what you would like to do and the developer can advise on whether or not it is possible, how much it will add to the cost and any timescale implications.
Loch Ness Park is situated in a picturesque, Lewiston, Drumnadrochit. With a population of approximately 1,100 people, the village offers the perfect balance of the facilities you need for everyday life such as a primary and high school, village shops, cafes, restaurants, and pubs.
It's conveniently located only a twenty-minute drive from Inverness, making it easily commutable for those working or studying in the city. The area is rich in things to see and do with activities ranging from exploring Urquhart Castle, a classic romantic ruin jutting out into the loch, horse riding, cycling, cruising the length of Loch Ness and fishing trips, which makes it an ideal place for all outdoor activities!
If you are a keen walker, The Great Glen Way goes through Drumnadrochit, stretching 118.5km from coast to coast across the Highlands, linking the main centres of Fort William and the regional capital of Inverness. The Way runs along the complete lengths of Loch Lochy, Loch Oich and the forests above Loch Ness, as well as along the towpath of the Caledonian Canal, an engineering marvel built by Thomas Telford that links these lochs and creates a through route from the western seaboard to the Moray Firth.