Take a look inside the former Secretary of State for Scotland's £2.35m Georgian mansion home in a beautiful Highland location

This country mansion home and sprawling estate offers new owners the chance to live like a Lord or Lady.

Picture: Galbraith

Once home to war hero Lord Gordon Campbell of Croy, who became Prime Minister Edward Heath's Secretary of State for Scotland between 1970 - 1974, Holme Rose house is an A-listed Georgian country house and estate located within the beautiful Nairn Valley, close to the Moray Firth. With eight bedrooms, a walled garden and cottages, the property is on the market for £2,350,000 with Galbraith.

Holme Rose House is an A-listed Georgian country house.

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The spacious drawing room has a traditional fireplace.
The grand entrance hall.
The kitchen has an Aga.
The formal dining room.
One of the eight bedrooms.
This traditional style bathroom is one of four in the property.
The estate has formal gardens including sweeping lawns and a C-listed 1.8 acre former Walled Garden.
The grounds are about 358 acres in total - approx 239 football pitches.
Also included in the sale are three estate cottages, the Gate Lodge and two detached dwellings, along with two further cottages which require complete refurbishment.
Sellers Galbraith say:: "This property offers a wealth of accommodation for a large family or would make for an ideal business venture given the additional cottages and flats located within the private grounds."
This is the first time the estate has come on the market since it has been owned by the Campbell family back in 1957.
Holme Rose is located close to the coastal town of Nairn which is a popular holiday destination, with Inverness Airport only four miles away.
The estate includes 1.3 miles of single bank salmon and sea trout fishing on the River Nairn.