A luxury £4m estate has been put on the market in Inverness-shire. 

The Kilchoan Estate occupies over 11,000 acres of this West Highland headland and is dubbed as the perfect secluded getaway with spectacular views to the Isle of Skye, Rhum and more Small Isles beyond.


Located on the Knoydart Peninsula, the estate offers elevated lochs and meandering rivers to sandy beaches and clear coastal waters – but comes with a hefty price tag. The Estate has been put on the market by Bidwells at offers over £4m.

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The sellers describe the opportunity of purchase as "a rare opportunity to purchase a quintessential private Scottish estate, boasting exceptional quality country sports."


Situated approximately 55 miles north-west of Fort William and 108 miles south-west of Inverness, the closest settlement to the property is the village of Inverie, located on the north shore of Loch Nevis and on the north-western boundary of the Estate.

Kilchoan Estate is known for its abundant wildlife with a vast red deer population as well as badgers, pine marten, otters, buzzards, golden and sea eagles.

The sea to the west is likewise rich with diverse aquatic life and designated as a Special Area of Conservation given its importance to the resident population of harbour porpoise.

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Other species which are frequently spotted in the surrounding waters include whales, dolphins, shark and seals.

The entire Estate falls within a designated National Scenic Area as prescribed by Scottish Natural Heritage.


In terms of sporting, the estate offers established deer stalking as well as salmon, brown and sea trout. 

Fishing is available on the River Inverie and is split into upper and lower beats, boasting 15 named pools and providing double bank fishing.

Loch an Dubh Lochain or the ‘Black Loch’ and Loch Brhoamisaig (which has prolific brown trout) can also be fished from boats. Sea fishing is available, while lobster potting and crabbing along the shore can provide some of the best of Scottish shellfish.


The estate consists of seven well-maintained residential properties and a small in-hand farming operation which runs 20 Highland cattle.

Kilchoan is on the market with Bidwells