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Inverness Property Investment hotspot


Thinking of moving to Inverness? Whether you’re starting a family, planning an investment or beginning higher education, here is what the city has to offer.

House Prices  🏠

Property Investment 🏠 🏠

Economy  ££

  •       Traditionally a centre for the production of whiskey, the distilleries still exist in the city
  •       Taking prominence recently have been a number of high-tech companies working in the area of health and supported by the recently inaugurated Health Science Centre
  •       The headquarters of Scottish Natural Heritage is a major local employer.

Location and Transport  🚌          

  •       Inverness lies at the eastern end of the Great Glen on the mouth of the River Ness and at the southwestern edge of the Moray Firth
  •       Inverness airport is about 10 miles to the east of the city centre and has flights to the London, and to many other major cities in the UK and Ireland
  •       Trains serve the major Scottish cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Perth, and the Kyle of Lochlash. They also run to both Euston and King’s Cross stations in London. 

Education  🎓  

  •       The University of the Highlands and Islands has a campus at Inverness College
  •       In addition, there are five main secondary schools and 12 primary schools.

Environment   🌷

Trivia  🎬

Finally, did you know …

  •       Inverness Castle today houses the city’s sheriff court – but in its earlier incarnation is said to have been the setting for Shakespeare’s darkest play, Macbeth
  •       Bught Park in Inverness is the home of the type of hockey known as shinty and played in the Highlands
  •       The sheer volume of water in Loch Ness means that it never freezes – despite temperatures around its shores frequently falling well below zero.

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