6 bed House - Detached Under Offer

Rowan House, Newtonmore Road, Kingussie, PH21 1HD

UNDER OFFER £330,000


UNDER OFFER - A sizeable and impressive home with accommodation over two floors in a special location within this popular Highland town, enjoying panoramic and elevated views over the Cairngorms and beyond. This well proportioned six-bedroom home enjoys a versatile layout that will suit a variety of purchasers, not least those looking to enjoy the natural beauty of the Cairngorms National Park on their doorstep. Accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance vestibule, lower hall leading to the integral garage, utility room and recreation room. There are a two double bedrooms, a shower room and home working space as well as stairs rising to the first floor accommodation. The fantastic sitting room with balcony which provides stunning and ever changing views across the valley to the mountains beyond. The landing leads into the dining room and kitchen, which is well equipped and provides access to the rear gardens. There are a further three double bedrooms (principal en-suite) on this floor and a separate shower room. Outside, the gardens provide a wealth of interest and to the front of the house there is tarmac parking and lawn with a brightly planted garden space. A patio and garden to the rear frame the house, which have a backdrop of mature native trees making the house private and secluded. Rowan House will suit a variety of purchasers, not least, those looking for easy access to all of the National Park amenities and with fantastic road and rail links to the North and South. Council Tax Band G, Energy Performance Rating C

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Living in Kingussie, tucked within the Cairngorms National Park, is an opportunity to embrace life amidst the serene landscapes of the Scottish Highlands. The town's stunning surroundings offer a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, with the rolling hills, clear lochs, and lush woodlands just a step away. Outdoor enthusiasts revel in the ease of access to hiking, cycling, and walking trails, while wildlife lovers find joy in the proximity to the Highland Wildlife Park. Kingussie has a strong sense of community, offering a warm, friendly environment steeped in traditional Scottish culture. Regular events like music festivals and shinty foster camaraderie among residents, while a host of shops, cafes, and restaurants ensure everyday amenities and local culinary delights are never far away. The town is well-connected with larger cities through reliable transport links, making it convenient for work and leisure commutes. Historic attractions add a timeless charm to Kingussie, and excellent local schools make it a great place for families. Living here means experiencing a harmonious blend of natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and modern comforts. It's not just a home; it's a lifestyle.

Transport Links

Kingussie boasts excellent transportation links that provide easy access to the rest of Scotland and the UK, making it an ideal location for commuters and travellers alike.

Rail: Kingussie railway station, a stop on the Highland Main Line, provides direct services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Inverness to the north, and as far south as London. This makes it extremely convenient for both local and long-distance travel.

Bus: The town is well-served by regular bus services offering routes to nearby towns and villages in the Scottish Highlands, including Aviemore and Inverness. These services are operated by Stagecoach Highlands.

Road: For those who prefer to drive, Kingussie is conveniently located on the A9, the longest road in Scotland. This major route runs from Perth, through Inverness, and all the way up to the far north coast at Thurso. This makes travelling north to Inverness or south to the central belt and beyond straightforward.

Air: For international travellers, the closest airport is Inverness Airport, which is approximately an hour's drive away and offers flights to destinations across the UK and Europe.

Active Travel: Lastly, for those who prefer a more active mode of travel, Kingussie's location in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park offers an extensive network of cycling and walking paths.

Whether you're commuting, exploring the stunning local area, or journeying further afield, Kingussie's impressive transport links ensure you're well-connected.

Entrance Vestibule (2.46m x 1.42m)

From the front door, this bright entrance vestibule provides access to the main and inner hall. The glazed door and window to the right provides ample natural light in addition to tiled flooring and ceiling lighting.

Main & Inner Hall

The main hall leads through to the utility room, recreation room, the integral garage and to a further inner hall which in turn provides access to the two ground floor double bedrooms, a home working space and ground floor shower room. Stairs rise to the first floor accommodation.


The landing provides access to the first floor accommodation as well as a door out to the raised balcony with its panoramic views and space for table and chairs. There is carpet flooring, ceiling lighting and a loft hatch with ladder providing access to the insulated loft area.

Sitting Room (5.77m x 4.78m)

Comfort and relaxation is guaranteed in this large and private sitting room boasting simply stunning views of the surrounding valley and mountains through large floor to ceiling glazed patio doors. The fire place provides a focal point to add to the cosy atmosphere in addition to carpet flooring and ceiling lighting.

Kitchen (3.56m x 4.17m)

The modern kitchen features a great range of base, wall and drawer units that wrap around the walls, whilst the central island unit which includes a breakfast bar in addition to further base storage and drawer units. The solid wood worktops, complimentary under counter mood lighting offer further amenity with a number of integral appliances including a double oven and a space for a large fridge freezer completing the set up. There is excellent natural light levels via a window to the rear. Solid wood flooring and ceiling lighting complete the room.

Dining Room (5.44m x 4.14m)

This large dining room can accommodate the largest of tables and chairs to offer the perfect space for entertaining friends or relaxing with family. Glazed doors lead through to the snug sitting room and open archway to the kitchen. There is a large picture window to the rear of the property which look out on the gardens and a glazed door opening to the garden. Solid wood flooring continues from the kitchen space.

Snug (2.82m x 4.14m)

Step into the inviting comfort of this charming snug, a secondary sitting room. Imbued with an intimate and cosy ambiance, this room is the perfect haven for relaxation and leisurely conversation. A large window allows generous sunlight to flood the room, bringing a sense of warmth and openness.

Principal Bedroom & En-suite (3.66m x 5.79m & 2.46m x 3.15m)

A spacious and light double room with a large window to the front of the house which takes full advantage of the views. There are integral storage wardrobes as well as carpet flooring and ceiling lighting with a further door leading to the en-suite. This spacious en-suite enjoys a three piece suite including pedestal wash hand basin, with chrome mixer tap, adjacent WC for convenience and a built in shower enclosure with full height tiling. A window to the side of the property provides plentiful levels of natural light.

Bedroom Two (3.66m x 4.09m)

Currently used as the main bedroom, this large double room with an elevated position and large window to the front of the house provides amazing view of the mountains and valley. The room offers great storage with twin integral wardrobes and has carpet flooring in addition to ceiling lighting.

Bedroom Three (3.61m x 4.14m)

Located at the rear of the house with a large window, this large double bedroom has ample space for a freestanding wardrobe in additional other furniture. There is ceiling lighting and carpet flooring.

Shower Room (3.63m x 1.83m)

This spacious shower room enjoys a WC with hidden cistern, wash hand basin with an integral vanity and storage unit and separate shower unit. There is an extractor and recessed down lighting. Floor to ceiling tiling and tile flooring add to the practicality of the room.

Bedroom Four (3.63m x 3.68m)

Another well proportioned double with a large picture window to the front of the house looking across the valley, there is good storage provided by the integral wardrobe which include hanging and shelving space plus carpet flooring and ceiling lighting.

Bedroom Five (3.48m x 4.75m)

Currently utilised as an additional sitting room, this is a large double bedroom with a large picture window to the front offering not only excellent natural light levels but superb views. There is carpet flooring and ceiling lighting.

Bedroom Six / Home Working Space (3.48m x 2.97m)

Currently utilised as a home working space, this is a large double bedroom features a window to the side of the property offering plentiful levels of natural light. There is carpet flooring and ceiling lighting.

Downstairs Shower Room (2.34m x 1.88m)

The downstairs shower room enjoys a three piece suite comprising of a WC adjacent to the pedestal wash hand basin and large walk-in shower enclosure. There is an extractor and ceiling lighting. Floor to ceiling wet-wall covers half the room and tile flooring adds to the functionality of the space.

Utility Room (3.94m x 3.35m)

This useful space offers an extensive range of base, wall and drawer units with complimentary worktops and splash back tiling. There is space for a washing machine and space for freestanding fridge / freezer. A large double door cupboard houses a secondary kitchen unit with two-burner hob, stainless steel countertop and sink, there is also an integral under counter fridge. The room is open plan to the recreation room. Practicality is ensured through the use vinyl flooring.

Recreation Room (3.99m x 3.35m)

This space would be ideal for a number of other purposes including a home gym, cinema / recreation room or play space. There is a window to the side, carpet flooring and ceiling lighting. The room houses the oil fired boiler and is easily accessed for maintenance purposes.

Garage (5.72m x 6.55m)

This large block built garage provides excellent room for vehicular or alternative storage/ workshop usage. There is power and light, a concrete floor and up and over garage door.


To the front of the house there is a tarmac parking with access to the integral garage and there is a low maintenance garden area which is mostly laid to lawn interspersed with some shrubbery and tree planting with some fabulous views. To the rear of the house is a sunny and sheltered patio and a garden in interspersed with tree planting. The space is a haven for wildlife.


It is understood that there is mains water, drainage and electricity. There is oil fired central heating. The property also features PV (photovoltaic) solar panels that harness the sun's energy to supplement your electricity requirements. With this eco-friendly addition, you can enjoy the benefits of reduced energy bills and a more sustainable lifestyle.

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 C


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