Take a look around this 14th century Scottish castle conversion which is now open for viewings

Located outside the village of Croftamie near Drymen, historic Dalnair Castle has been converted into modern flats.

Picture: Corum

If you’re looking for a regal abode then one of these luxury flats, located within Dalnair Casle, may suit. Only five are available – two-bed apartments, including the show home– and prices range from £325k to £575k with Corum.

The residential development of Dalnair Estate also comprises eight more properties in the castle courtyard, now sold out, and a further ten plots for sale set within the existing landscape.

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The open plan living room is also home to the modern kitchen.
New owners can enjoy views of the estate from the bay windows.
The modern Brooklyn kitchens have appliances by Siemens.
The flats have en-suites to the master bedrooms and come with full double glazing, gas central heating.
The modern en suite shower room.
The castle forms the centrepiece of the Dalnair Estate and is set within acres of rural landscape just on the edge of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, with access to both Glasgow and Stirling within 25 minutes.
Built in 1884 by Glasgow merchant, Thomas Brown, on the site of the former much smaller ‘Endrickbank House’, the castle boasts a striking tower and Tudor-arched doorway. It sits in established woodland within an attractive parkland setting with views over surrounding countryside and the Endrick.
Residents can enjoy access to private grounds featuring a tennis court and extensive lawns and walks.