Historic farm in The Borders
An historic 5,300 acre farm with connections to William Wallace and the Scottish Borders Reivers in a totally unspoiled part of the Scottish Borders went to a closing date in March with over eight offers and sold for ‘certainly over the asking price’ according to James Carnegy-Arbuthnott at CKD Galbraith
Grow wine in a romantic tower house
A very fine tower house in Dumfries is still on the market. Dating back to 1410, this Scottish tower house near Lockerbie offers characterful accommodation and productive vines in its greenhouse
Victorian mansion in The Highlands
This fantastic house in The Highlands has panoramic views out over the Cromarty Firth, and lies just nineteen miles from Inverness Airport.
Robert Adam country house
The first thing he built after he got back from his Grand Tour, this Adam mansion is fascinating for anyone interested in architecture, but also comes with land, woodland and an option on a few hundred rare breed sheep and remains on the market
Cottage on Loch Hourn
This extremely sweet cottage is less than £300,000 and sits in one of the most remote parts of Scotland, over 80 miles from Inverness in Arnisdale on the west coast. Perfect for a retreat from the world, Ring of Bright Water was written nearby.