Take a look inside this historic Scottish home situated in sought-after Outlander location

Fans of Outlander now have the opportunity to stay in the village where filming took place.

Picture: Galbraith

The property for sale is a three/four bedroom flat within the listed Park House building in the conservation village of Culross in Fife. The village features in several Outlander episodes, with the Palace taking centre stage. The flat boasts lovely views over the Forth, spacious rooms with period features and a balcony. It is on the market for offers over £315,000 with Galbraith.

The flat has views over the River Forth.

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

The entrance hallway for the house has original features including this stained glass window.
The bright kitchen is located on the lower floor.
The living room has bay windows and an open fire.
One of the bedrooms has access to the balcony.
The contemporary family bathroom.
The bright. spacious dining room.
The living room overlooks Culross and the River Forth.
The flat includes a small balcony, which new owners can use to enjoy the views.
The fourth bedroom is currently used as a study.
The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom.
Access to the gardens is shared between the four flats in the house.
Park House stands in mature shared grounds extending to approximately two acres.
Park House is located in an elevated setting above the historic and sought after conservation village of Culross.
Thought to date from around 1840 and category B listed, Park House is a mansion house constructed in Georgian times and extended by the Victorians. The property was split into four flats around 1975.