From a stone age ceremonial site, to a church, to a hotel, to a home - that's the unusual story of Kilvannie Manor near Strathpeffer. Built as Floddery Parish Church in 1807, the kirk was converted into a hotel in 1900 after the congragation started to worship in the spa village of Strathpeffer. The building now makes an interesting home with aspects of the church design transformed into residential festures. The minister's porch is now a study and rounded doorways have become French windows.

Many other original features have been retained, including high ceilings, deep skirtings, carved cornices, timber panelling and most of the fireplaces. The house now has two public rooms, five bedrooms, and a 1.25-acre garden with two standing stones believed to be 4000 years old. Some of the stones which flank the driveway are thought to be part of a stone circle.

Inverness agents Finlayson Hughes invite offers over #175,000.