Inverness

New Homes in Inverness

Sitting on the northeast coast of Scotland, Inverness has a stunning setting at the meeting point of the Moray Firth and the River Ness. As the cultural capital of the Highlands and part of Inverness-shire, which borders Aberdeenshire, houses in Inverness are around an hour’s drive from Elgin.

Whether you’re delving into the mysterious history of Loch Ness, planning walks among the spectacular scenery, or visiting the city’s castle, Inverness offers a very different atmosphere to hubs like Glasgow and Edinburgh. Scroll down and pick out your new home from our developments closest to Inverness. 

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Barratt at Culloden West

Barratt at Culloden West

1 Appin Drive, Culloden, IV2 7AL

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £162,995 to £314,950
Ness Castle

Ness Castle

1 Mey Avenue, Inverness, INVERNESS, HIGHLAND, IV2 6ED

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £224,995 to £325,995

Live the Inverness life

Whether you’re native to the area or are looking to set up life in this corner of Scotland, Inverness is a spectacular place to live. With plenty of amenities in town and some stunning scenery surrounding it, make sure you do take advantage of our latest offers such as the stress-busting Part Exchange deal.

 

Things to see and do in Inverness

The legend of Loch Ness just a few miles south of town is well told, but the river that connects it to the Firth offers an array of attractions. From the pretty Ness Islands with interconnecting bridges to miniature railways and riverside walks through Whin Park, you can also go for atmospheric bike rides past Loch Dochfour on your way to see Nessie.

Back in town, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, the Victorian Market and the city’s castle and cathedral are all must-sees. From golf courses and leisure centres to botanic gardens, waterfront attractions and even a football stadium perched at the water’s edge, you can also venture out of town to explore the spectacular Scottish Highlands and Cairngorms National Park.

 

Education

If you’re looking for some good schools then Merkinch Primary, Bishop Eden Primary and St Joseph’s Primary are all highly-ranked options close to the centre of town. For older kids, Millburn Academy and Inverness Royal Academy just south of the centre are also highly rated and have received good reviews from Education Scotland.

 

Inverness transport links

Inverness is served by three main roads, including the A9 which heads north to Thurso and south towards Perth. The A82 runs south west along Loch Ness towards Fort William, while the A96 heads west towards Inverness Airport around nine miles away and on to Aberdeen. With a central train station on Academy Street, the city also has a local bus network and coaches for getting to other parts of Scotland.

 

The Inverness property scene

Boasting such incredible scenery, there are plenty of properties in Inverness that take advantage of the setting. They include stylish 2 bed apartments and spacious 4 bed detached homes just half a mile from the Moray Firth in Culloden.

Alternatively, you may prefer to be south of the city centre and just steps from the River Ness off the B862, where you can find comfortable semis with integrated garages and large 4 bed detached homes. Whichever sounds best for you and your family, you can enhance the value you get from your new home when you select an offer such as our Movemaker scheme or the Government’s First Home Fund. Enquire today to find out more.