Easter Skene House & Cottage, Skene, Westhill, Aberdeenshire, Offers Over £1,300,000

Easter Skene House is an impressive ‘B’ Listed Victorian country house built in 1832 and designed by Scottish Architect, John Smith. Positioned perfectly to the southwest is an outstanding open view of Loch of Skene. Easter Skene House sits within around 30 acres of garden grounds and woodland offering privacy and space. The house has four bay windows including the two-storey porch entrance, and circular conical-roofed tower. The accommodation includes four reception rooms, six bedrooms, four bathrooms and a two-bedroom nanny/ staff accommodation wing. To the east of the main house is the discreet and charming three-bedroom Gardener’s Cottage. A traditional detached stone cottage extending over two floors. There’s a sweeping drive to the main house, flanked by trees and a rolling grass lawn lies to the front. There’s also a nine-acre paddock edged by mature trees and to the west side of the house is mature woodland, known as Easter Skene Wood. 


Kinlochfollart, Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, Offers Over £725,000

Kinlochfollart, a handsome, category C listed former manse, lies close to Dunvegan on the northwest of Skye. The property is in a stunning setting, its grounds extending to the shores of Loch Dunvegan and with views to Macleod's Tables. The current owners purchased Kinlochfollart, a former Church of Scotland manse, in 2016 and since then have run it as a successful holiday let. The layout of the interior is ideal for use either as a family home, B&B or large holiday let, with four reception rooms, six double bedrooms, three single bedrooms and a study. Established grounds with formal gardens and woodland extending to around 0.88 hectares (2.18 acres) in total.

Dunvegan, Willoughby Street, Muthill, Crieff, Offers Over £370,000

37 Willoughby Street is situated in the pretty village of Muthill in central Perthshire. Muthill is a delightful village with a garage, nursery, primary school, and two restaurants and is surrounded by the easily accessible Perthshire countryside. This three-bedroom detached property is a wonderful family home with generous reception space on the ground floor including a spacious dual aspect kitchen/dining room with garden access, a wood burning stove and providing a hub for family life. The cosy sitting room has a wood burning stove and leads directly to a lovely sunroom with French doors overlooking the beautiful garden. The lovely garden to the rear is laid to lawn, with a patio area and a super selection of mature trees, hedgerows and shrubs lining the boundary.

Hideaway, Portmahomack, Tain, Offers Over £370,000

Hideaway lies close to Portmahomack on the Tarbat peninsula. This modern three-bedroom log cabin is in an outstanding beachfront setting on the southern shores of the Dornoch Firth. Hideaway enjoys panoramic views across the water to Easter Ross and Sutherland. The internal finishes complement the property’s seaside setting. There is a substantial outbuilding with garaging and workshops and there is grazing land of about six acres, divided into several fenced paddocks. The grounds, around 11.4 hectares (28.1 acres) in total, extend to the low water mark providing direct access to the sandy beach.

Hawthornside Grange, Bonchester Bridge, Scottish Borders, Offers Over £585,000

Hawthornside Grange lies just to the northwest of Bonchester Bridge and off the A6088. Bonchester Bridge is a small and popular village situated in an area of great natural beauty, lying on the Rule water. Hawthornside Grange is a former farmhouse full of character and charm, providing spacious accommodation throughout with three reception rooms, five bedrooms and a study. The family home retains many period characteristics as well as being thoughtfully renovated and cared for by the present owners. An L-shaped range of steading buildings with two adjacent buildings lies within the confines of the approximate 1 acre of ground. These steading buildings offer great potential for conversion to residential use subject to suitable planning. The house offers a great deal of privacy and is sheltered from the road by an area of woodland and grass. The front of the property has a generous south facing garden of just over one acre comprising lawn, flower beds, ornamental trees and woodland.

Knocknassie House, Kirkcolm, Stranraer, Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, Offers Over £550,000

Knocknassie House is an impressive country house with spectacular views over the rolling Wigtownshire Countryside, North Channel including the Irish Coast and northwards towards Mull of Kintyre, Arran and the Ailsa Craig. Knocknassie House is a substantial property with five reception rooms and five bedrooms. The property could be converted to form a Boutique B&B located in a truly unique and special location. In addition to the main entrance there are further two entrances to the house, one opening from the courtyard and one which opens into the breakfast room, an informal dining room adjacent to the kitchen. The annexe, with a rounded bay window, has development potential and has been partially refurbished.