Between the mountains and the lochs, lies the peaceful village of Kincraig - what a beautiful place to call home.
Perfectly placed in Scotland’s much-admired Cairngorms National Park — where forests grow tall, the River Spey flows and dramatic, mountainous landscapes stretch across the horizon — every detail of life in Kincraig is designed for the extraordinary.
Originally named Boat of Inch, after the Spey River ferry crossing that once operated here, the quiet village of Kincraig is a leafy and peaceful place of unassuming beauty, surrounded by panoramic countryside that will live long in the memory.
With the serene waters of Loch Insh nearby and a short drive to the popular village of Aviemore, homes at Baldow Meadows are tailor-made to combine contemporary style and reassuring quality. In a location that’s easily accessible from Inverness, Aberdeen and the Central Belt — via the A9 and A95 — it’s ideally suited as a main family residence or a second home for weekends, holidays and special occasions.
History, whisky country and world-renowned outdoor pursuits are all on your doorstep here — and the close proximity of distilleries, castles, country estates and picture-postcard landscapes offers a unique Scottish lifestyle that seamlessly combines rich heritage and the modern way.
The village of Kincraig is a short drive from both Aviemore and Kingussie — two towns that offer a range of amenities, eateries, supermarkets and facilities for your convenience.
Placed at an ideal point along the A9 for easy access to both the north and the Central Belt, Kincraig is less than 50 miles from Inverness Airport, where domestic flights to London, Manchester and Bristol are among the options for quick and easy UK travel.
Similarly, rail links from Aviemore, Inverness and Aberdeen connect the region to the rest of Scotland and further south, with LNER services running all the way to London Kings Cross.
Life in Kincraig has a close connection to the area’s mountainous landscapes, impressive forests and established histories and traditions — from storied castles to distillers of Scotch whisky and other quality spirits.
World-renowned Speyside favourites like The Glenlivet and Dalwhinnie are produced nearby, as is the perennially popular Cairngorm gin — and the local area is a haven for food and drink lovers who enjoy seasonal produce and refreshing flavours.
Outdoor enthusiasts won’t have far to travel to seek out new adventures — including at the nearby Loch Insh Outdoor Centre, which offers a range of water-based activities and is also home to a dry slope for ski and snowboarding practice.
In winter, take advantage of snowsports on your doorstep at the Cairngorm Mountain Range, along with the nearby Lecht and Glenshee ski centres. Climbers and hikers will find new trails to try along the Speyside Way and into the mountains — while keen golfers will have the 18-hole Spey Valley Championship Golf Course less than 10 miles from their doorstep.
For further information, please contact: Roma McIntosh on 07795 241868 or Elaine Blaney on 07597 580740.
Or visit our Highland Hub for an appointment on Grampian Road, Aviemore, PH22 1RH. Open Thursday - Monday, 10.30am-5.30pm.
Baldow Meadows Showhome is located at 1 Anderson Grove, Kincraig, Kinguissie, PH21 1AG and is available to view by appointment only.
Please note our showhomes are marketing suites will be closed from Thursday 21 December 2023 to Wednesday 3 January 2024 and will reopen on Thursday 4 January 2024.
Thursday to Monday, 10:30am to 5:30pm. Please note: The showhome will be closed on the 24th and 28st August. Please call the Sales Advisor to arrange an appointment.