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Sealladh an Loch was purpose designed and built by us, the Sweetland & Reed family. The idea was to create a holiday home that we could all enjoy as a family.
My name is Sue, and I was born in Peterhead. My brother, Paul, was born in Aberdeen. Although we have lived in England most of our lives, our roots are firmly in Scotland. We have very happy childhood memories, with many holidays in Scotland visiting our grandparents.
Once our grandparents were no longer in Scotland, there was no incentive for us to visit, and it was years before we realised how much we missed it. So we booked a cottage for a family holiday - it turned out to be a wonderful location but a very disappointing cottage. During that week, the idea of building our own holiday home was born, and the rest as they say, is history!
Our parents found the land, after which we designed the house to meet the needs of our own extended family. The building of the house was project-managed by my husband, Jeremy.
Tragically, Mum passed away just 5 months after the house was completed. Thankfully, she did see the project completed, and was able to do the job she was most looking forward to – putting the crockery, glasses and towels in the cupboards.
Right up at the top corner of the back garden, there is a tree and a bench in Mum’s memory. It’s a wonderful, peaceful place to sit, enjoy the view and remember her. She loved it there, and we all know she is keeping an eye on the place for us.
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