Operators looking for a diverse rural business might be interested in a Speyside sporting estate which has recently come on to the market.
Marketed jointly by Davis & Bowring and Savills, the 21,000-acre Tulchan Sporting Estates Limited (TSEL) lies on the edge of the Cairngorm National Park, 40 miles south of Inverness.
Offering a number of revenue streams, the estate comprises eight miles of double bank fishing on the River Spey; a pheasant shoot; two driven grouse moors; and red and roe deer stalking.
Tulchan is a magnificent Highland estate.
In terms of accommodation, there’s an Edwardian shooting lodge, which contains five reception rooms and 13 en suite bedrooms; a modern lodge, containing six en suite bedrooms; a portfolio of holiday and let cottages; extensive natural woodland and commercial forestry; and a productive in-hand farm and five let farms.
Evelyn Channing of Savills said Tulchan is a “magnificent Highland estate”.
“It’s the ultimate utopia for a passionate sportsman or woman,” said Channing.
“Tulchan has a really special magic about it, whatever season you visit.”
The estate is on the market with a price tag of offers over £25 million.