Dungarthill enjoys the tranquillity of the Highlands.
Located near Dunkeld, Dungarthill is an enchanting Scottish estate nestled amongst some of the country’s most breathtakingly countryside. Situated at the estate’s heart is Dungarthill House, a fine example of late Victorian architecture.
Dungarthill House is thought to have been built as a wedding present in 1886 by a Mr Cox of the renowned jute manufacturers, Cox Brothers of Dundee. Today, the property has been fully refurbished and boasts two bedroom suites, eight further bedrooms, several delightful reception rooms and a billiard room.
The estate is renowned for its pheasant shoot with established drives. During the current ownership the shoot has been extended and developed to provide two consecutive days shooting with guests staying in the house. Dungarthill Estate also offers superb fallow stalking, roe shooting as well as trout fishing and duck flighting on the two hill lochs.
There are an extensive range of residential properties on the estate including a thriving holiday letting business with five recently refurbished letting cottages, two staff cottages and nine other properties currently let on tenancy agreements.
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The farming enterprise on the estate is run under a contract farming arrangement and the productive land includes about 180 acres of arable land, 195 acres of permanent pasture as well as rough grazing and woodland grazing.
Dungarthill is very accessible with the main A9 road giving swift access both north and south. Edinburgh airport lies only some 55 miles away and offers regular flights to London and to other major European cites. The bustling city of Perth is around 15miles to the south and provides a range of amenities and facilities.
The guide price is £5,000,000. For further information please contact CKD Galbraith on 01786 434 600.