Built in 1846, the manse - on the loch side and surrounded by gardens - has oil-fired central heating, double glazing, and open fires in some of the rooms. Downstairs are the lounge, family room and office; upstairs are five of the six bedrooms. The church still has the original pews and pulpit; change-of-use planning permission would be required to turn it into living accommodation. They may be sold together or separately; GA Town & Country (01349 864848) is looking for offers over pounds 95,000 for the manse, and over pounds 29,950 for the church.
There's two for the price of one on the north shore of Lochcarron, in Wester Ross. The Free Church and Manse are being sold as a pair in this former crofting community, which now relies on tourism.