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On the market: 1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland

1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland
1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland

Tucked away in the Scottish highlands is an award-winning design that’s been in the same family since it was built. But now Polmonte in Dingwall, Scotland is on the market for the very first time.

1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland
1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland

It was designed back in 1978, a single-storey house in plenty of land, with views over the town to the Cromarty Firth and the Black Isle in the south, and towards distant mountains of the West. Picturesque is the word we’re looking for.

1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland
1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland

The design is unaltered since construction – the detail on the front door, the angled rooms, symmetrical porthole windows and high ceilings with skylight windows – all demanded by the original owners and all still here. Those views are no accident either.

1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland
1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland

In terms of layout, an entrance vestibule leads to a study (with views of the Cromarty Firth), cloakroom, games/family room, dining room, dining kitchen, sitting room with dining area, a utility room, a master bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms and a shower room.

1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland
1970s Polmonte architect-designed single-storey house in Dingwall, Scotland

Outside, there’s a double garage, an acre of grounds around the house, along with a barbecue area and an oil tank to keep the house powered up.

Fancy it? Offers over £425,000 are requested, although you’ll probably need a few quid for some modernisation too.

Find out more at the Rightmove website