It may look like a hobbit house, or something a Beatrix Potter character might live in, but Rustic Lodge is a unique A-listed cottage.
Reputedly built by the Marquis of Breadalbane circa 1840, Rustic Cottage was the gate lodge to Taymouth Castle in Kenmore, Aberfeldy.
At the back, the property is built in to the hillside, while the front has undulating eaves supported by tree trunk colonnades with a pebble-cobbled floor.
Inside, things are more conventional. The one-bedroomed lodge has been fully restored to function as an upmarket holiday let.
It is south-facing, with outstanding views across the mountains and the rivers Tay and Lyon.
The cottage is offered fully furnished and decorated as a turnkey property, and comprises an open porch, kitchen and living room with integrated appliances, a wet room and boot room, and a double bedroom with modern ensuite bathroom and separate shower room.
Traditional detailing inside has been complimented by granite work surfaces and underfloor heating.
It also has a number of indulgent extras, such as a fuel-burning hot tub and a sauna cabin.
Alastair Houlden, director of country house sales at Rettie and Co. says: “It could well be the one of the most romantic and unique holiday homes to be had in Highland Perthshire.”
Offers over £290,000, contact Rettie and Co. on 0131-624 9032.