3 bed House - Detached Under Offer

CLOSING DATE Tanglewood, Rosehill, Carrbridge, PH23 3AA

UNDER OFFER £380,000


UNDER OFFER - CLOSING DATE - WEDNESDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2022, 12 NOON - A real hidden gem bordering directly on to the Ellan Woods but within a short walk of all of this vibrant village’s superb amenities and mainline railway connection. With the perfect private but central location, this characterful home includes many quirky design features which make it that bit special. Sitting in marvellous grounds of circa a third of an acre and with an original design has been cleverly upgraded to offer additional living space and three double bedrooms to suit today's family living perfectly. Accommodation is arranged over two floors and comprises a timber lined entrance vestibul, which leads out into the hallway where living spaces branch off to either side: an airy and bright, well equipped kitchen with dining space and doors out to a south facing raised deck and garden on one side; on the other, through to the family / home working space, shower room, utility area and sizeable and light-filled sitting room, with French doors leading out to another area of the garden. Upstairs, the landing leads to the family bathroom and three double bedrooms. Outside, a gravel driveway leads to the house and the gardens wrap around the property and are well planted with a good variety of shrubs, borders and ornamental and fruit trees to offer a sizeable outdoor living space. There is a large raised deck area, firepit and timber shed which offers excellent sports and garden storage. Rarely available and with a prime location, this well proportioned home would suit a variety of purchasers and needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated. The house incorporates green technologies (biomass / solar thermal) and has an Environmental Impact Rating of B (89/100) – it is very environmentally friendly with low carbon emissions. Energy Performance Rating Band D / Energy Impact Rating Band B, Council Tax Banding F.

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Carrbridge is located in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands and has a vibrant and friendly community (including a primary school, village shop, post office and two hotels). The area is peaceful and tranquil and is surrounded by spectacular mountain and moorland scenery making it the ideal base for exploring the Highlands. Famed for its outstanding beauty the area offers an extensive range of outdoor pursuits including skiing at Scotland’s leading ski resorts - Aviemore, hillwalking, mountain biking, golfing, fishing and stalking. Other attractions include Landmark Forest Park, Strathspey Steam Railway and the Malt Whisky Trail. Carrbridge has a main-line railway station. The A9 is easily accessible with Inverness 25 miles north, which provides excellent shopping facilities, Cathedral, Theatre, Leisure Centre and Castle. Inverness Airport has regular daily flights to London, Manchester, Birmingham and other UK destinations.

Entrance Vestibule (1.18m x 2.38m)

From the driveway, through a timber door into the vestibule which has cork flooring and a feature bench with conceled cloakroom storage space for shoes and boots as well as a hanging rail for outerwear and a further door leading into the hall.


The hall is flooded with natural light from a large picture window on the half landing where the switch back stairs lead to the first floor accommodation with built-in stoarge underneath. There is solid stripped wood flooring and access to the kitchen / dining room and home working space / family room.

Kitchen / Dining (3.24m x 4.25m & 3.24m x 2.92m)

This delightful space offers triple aspect windows which bathe the space in natural light and look out onto the wonderful gardens. The kitchen offers an excellent range of Habitat base, wall, display and drawer units with feature tiling and lighting in addition to a ceramic hob, integral oven, space for a fridge freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher and twin sinks which are ideally placed under one of the windows. The kitchen flows into the dining area where there is ample space to locate a large dining table and chairs under the feature roof lighting and with French doors out to the raised decking, makes this the ideal social hub of the home.

Family Room (3.71m x 5.15m)

The cleverly designed family area is located off the hall and provides a perfect space to retreat for some relaxation and tranquility or if you prefer could equally be utilised as a calm home working space which is bathed in natural light from the large picture window which looks out to the gardens and woods beyond.

Utility (1.45m x 1.77m)

The useful utility area is plumbed for a washing machine and enjoys a solid timber worktop space with tiled splashback and ceramic inset sink with mixer tap. There is a chrome ladder radiator, a high level window to the side and a further door leads to the shower room.

Shower Area (2.55m x 1.83m)

The epitome of style and contemporary chic, this bright and airy space offers a walk in enclosure with rainforest shower and attachment in matte black with a glazed screen in addition to a gloss vanity unit with excellent storage and integral wash hand basin and wc with concealed cistern. There is a large opaque window to the side and a designer ladder towel radiator.

Sitting Room (2.87m x 7.12m)

A most impressive and light sitting room which spans the width of the building and enjoys a vaulted ceiling set with twin velux windows which are complemented with two windows to one end of the room and French doors out to the gardens at the other end which combine to bathe the space in natural light. The oak flooring and Morso wood burning stove provide a warm and cosy ambience which makes this a snug and pleasing family space with the added benefit of allowing the outside in during the warmer months when the French doors can be left open to the gardens.


The landing is a bright open space with a feature picture window to the rear of the house overlooking the gardens to the pine woodland beyond. There are doors to the bathroom and three bedrooms in addition to an hatch with loft ladder which leads to the attic space which is partially floored, has lighting and is fully insulated.

Bathroom (1.77m x 3003m)

The bathroom again enjoys excellent natural light from a large opaque window and there is a wc, pedestal wash hand basin with twin taps and splashback tiling as well as a bath and cupboard with mains pressure hot water cylinder.

Principal Bedroom (3.80m x 7.20m)

The principal bedroom enjoys impressive proportions and spans the width of the house with three large windows to either end and the side not only providing excellent natural light levels but fantastic views of the gardens and woods beyond. The room was previously used as an alternative living space.

Bedroom Two (3.60m x 3.25m)

A spacious double bedroom with an integral mirrored wardrobe offering good hanging and shelved storage. There is a recessed display area which is shelved in addition to a large window to the front.

Bedroom Three (3.58m x 2.58m)

Another bright and peaceful double bedroom with excellent natural light from a picture window overlooking the gardens. There is a mirrored integral wardrobe providing hanging and shelved storage in addition to recessed display shelving.


Tanglewood is complemented by superb mature garden grounds offering a peaceful natural environment which backs directly on to Ellan Wood which is a fine pine wood on the fringes of the village of Carrbridge. It offers several short waymarked trails, which can be combined as a route to finish with a riverside section to the much-photographed packhorse bridge. Access to the house is gained through an open entrance to a gravel chipped driveway leading to the property and providing ample parking for several vehicles. The garden grounds are a beautifully private with abundant wildlife including red squirrel and many species of bird. Mainly laid to lawn and interspersed with established pines, shrubs, raised vegetable beds and rockeries there is an impressive timber raised deck area ideal for relaxing and outdoor entertaining plus a separate fire pit, wood stores and timber shed which provide both interest and amenity. The grounds are bounded by a mixture of post and wire and wooden fencing. There is a water tap, outside lighting and a large attached timber built store at the right hand gable under a pitched roof clad in felt houses the biomass boiler and pellet hopper.


It is understood that there is mains water, drainage and electricity. Within the shed is a biomass boiler and automated wood pellet hopper feed. Solar thermal water heating is provided by panels on the roof, which connect to a modern mains pressure hot water cylinder located in the upstairs bathroom. The house has an Environmental Impact Rating of B(89/100) – meaning it has low operational carbon emissions, and is very environmentally friendly

Home Report

To obtain a copy of the home report, please visit our website massoncairns.com where an online copy is available to download.

EPC Rating Band D
EIR Rating Band B


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