550 acre Highland estate with a 22 room house. Located approximately 45 miles North of Inverness. The River Cassley forms a natural 7 mile boundary (approximately). The Estate comes with the benefit of a hunting licence. There is also the option of acquiring a fishing licence to fish in the river, although there is a lake on the estate which can easily be stocked with fish. The Estate and house have a rich history. It was owned in the 1920s by the Duke of Westminster who resided there with his lover Coco Chanel. Winston Churchill, a close friend of the Duke, recuperated on the estate around 1928. Winston Churchill's letters about his stay to his wife have since been published. Dornoch beach with it's miles of golden sand located on the tranquil Dornoch Firth is 40 min drive from the estate.
The Rosehall estate benefits from planning consent (granted February 2014) to convert the house into a hotel, the estate buildings into lodges and build a further 5 lodges. Further details can be provided. The house is listed and requires complete refurbishment.