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10 of the Best Properties in Scotland on the Market Right Now


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10 of the Best Properties in Scotland on the Market Right Now

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 With Burns Night approaching on January 25th, there’s no better time to relocate to the UK’s northernmost country. Check out our selection of the best Scottish properties on the market right now, with something for all property tastes!

     

10 of the Best Properties in Scotland on the Market Right Now

1. Earlshall Castle, Fife

Earlshall Castle, Fife

This grand castle/chateaux in St. Andrews boasts 8 reception rooms, 2 dressing rooms, 6 bathrooms and 10 bedrooms. The castle dates all the way back to the 16th-century and this is denoted through its world-famous walled garden and large windows which were originally built with the purpose of defence against armed incursion. Hopefully not necessary in this day and age, but they certainly make fantastic period assets! Available through Savills, POA

2. Crawfordton House, Dumfriesshire

Crawfordton House, Dumfriesshire

This 12-bedroom Scottish baronial mansion house has recently been renovated as part of a very unique conservation project. It’s Grade B listed and sits in about 33 acres, with rich gardens and sweeping lawns, and a separate chapel. Plus, there’s already approved planning permission to build a detached pavilion, perfect for an indoor swimming pool! Available through Rettie & Co via OnTheMarket.com, POA

3. The Gart, Perthshire

The Gart, Perthshire

The Gart is a beautiful Scots baronial country house dating back to 1835. After a huge fire in 1901, the smaller house built by William Burn was enlarged and now The Gart is a house of 1246.29 sqm. The property’s story continues in 2016 when it was purchased by contemporary artist and designer wife and husband duo Stuart and Nikki McAlpine Miller. The joint project is perfect for entertaining, with cosy fireplaces and accomodation for up to 26 people! Available through Savills for £1.75m

4. Glenluiart, Dumfriesshire

Glenluiart, Dumfriesshire

This 9-bedroom country house is an A-listed, prime example of an Arts and Crafts house. Originally designed by architect William West Neve for his sister, Glenluiart, built in 1900, is flooded with traditional character. Enjoy the impressive grand reception room with a fireplace, the dining room which opens out on to the garden, and a billiard room both South and West facing windows. Available through Knight Frank, offers over £895,000

5. Jordanstone Estate, Perthshire

Jordanstone Estate, Perthshire

This is an utterly grand and impressive country house boasting four cottages and enough garaging for 13 cars – perfect for a large family, or car-lovers. The property has been renovated recently but still retains period features such as oak panelled walls, sandstone corbels, and flagstone floors. Available through Savills for £1.85m

6. Edgerton House, Midlothian

Edgerton House, Midlothian

Edgerton House in Hillhead, Midlothian, is a Victorian detached property just south of Edinburgh. Perfect for entertaining, the property includes a beautifully designed sitting room, and guests will never want to leave their guest suite which benefits from being recently fitted by Bagnodesign. Think large oval bath, twin sinks… Available through Strutt & Parker for £1.35m

7. St. Aidans, East Lothian

St. Aidans, East Lothian

     

Overlooking North Berwick’s West Links, the Firth of Forth and Fife is St. Aidans, a Victorian family house dating back to 1899. The kitchen is a particular feature of note, as it benefits from a stylish four-oven Aga, polished granite work surfaces and a wood-burning stove. Available through Savills for £2.25m

8. Ormiston House, Kirknewton

Ormiston House, Kirknewton

This Baronial ‘B Listed’ house is grand yet manageable, an ideal family home. Sitting in Kirknewton, the property was originally designed by renowned Scottish architect David Bryce. It boasts a wealth of period features including gothic turrets with conical roofs, ornate plasterwork and mosaic tiling. Available through Strutt & Parker £1.7m

9. The Playfair, Edinburgh

The Playfair, Edinburgh

Winners of 2018 WhatHouse? Awards – Gold for Best Renovation, The Playfair is a magical property with plush apartments inside. Each one is a natural sun-trap with contemporary and slick interior design which is a beautiful contrast to the traditional exterior of the building. Available through City & Country from £599,500 – £995,000 

10. Cragston, East Ayrshire

Cragston, East Ayrshire

Cragstone, an Arts and Crafts designed by famous architect Henry Edward Clifford, sits on Loudoun Street in Scotland’s East Ayrshire. It has 5-bedrooms, 4-bathrooms, 4-reception rooms and stunning stained-glass windows. The house dates from 1902 and is simply put, a beautifully designed home ideal for relaxed family living. Available through Knight Frank for £1.2m

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