About the area
Strathconon Estate is located in the Highlands of Scotland in central Ross-Shire west of Inverness and comprises 82,800 acres - from open country to narrow mountainous landscape. The area includes the Estates Strathconon, Scardroy and Ledgowan.
The estate covers large parts of three deep glacial glens - Meig, Bran and Orrin – which are deep and narrow valleys running west to east, and a large proportion of the high ground is over 1000 feet, and the hills, in places, more than 3000 feet above sea level.
Strathconon is the longest glen in Scotland stretching for more than 20 miles with 400 people living either full or part time.
What we do
Strathconon Estate’s main activity is to revive, restore and protect the native fauna and to improve the habitat for native species in the area, working in cooperation with the government agencies. We aim to do everything in respect and for the enhancement of the Scottish native nature.
As well as nature conservation, we manage and let a portfolio of properties via agents.