If money is no object then take a look at these budget-busting properties, which are for sale now in Scotland.
If money really is no object. and you’d love your own Scottish castle within Edinburgh then Craigcrook Castle may be your dream home.
This historic, 16th century castle in the Ravelston area, features a viewing tower, gymnasium, cinema room, games room, a separate Gatehouse and grounds of 4.4 acres with walled gardens.
Craigcrook Castle near Edinburgh has welcomed the likes of Charles Dickens, Hans Christian Andersen, Sir Walter Scott, Alfred Lord Tennyson and George Eliot over the past few centuries.
The stunning three storey castle, built in 1542 by William Adamson, boasts a round tower that offers breathtaking views of Corstorphine Hill, Blackhall and The Firth of Forth.
The castle just three miles from the Scottish capital is currently on sale with a guide price of £5,000,000 with Ballantynes, for first time in nearly 300 years.
The Dowery House
Discerning homebuyers now have the rare opportunity to purchase one of Scotland’s most desirable historic mansion homes located close to the capital.
With elements dating back to the 1600s, The B-listed Dowery House boasts an imposing facade of turrets and castellations – and has its own private tennis courts and pavilion, as well as a sizeable six car garage within its seven-acre grounds.
It also comes with an enclosed paddock and stable, an orchard, a private woodland and landscaped garden with ornamental pond.
On the market through Gilson Gray Property Services, the secluded mansion located near the village of Ford, Midlothian, is available to homebuyers for £2,550,000.
One of the most impressive upgrades of a 1970s home is 4 Balmoral Court which is set in the grounds of Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire overlooking the first hole of the Queen’s Course.
The property has undergone a complete upgrading and remodelling project in the last few years.
Similar properties in the location have been demolished and new buildings built in their place, but the originality and uniqueness of the house has been maintained while updating it for a new century.
The location of Balmoral Court, at a premier golf spot, makes it an ideal and unique buy, which is why it is on the market for a cool offers over £1,600,000 with Strutt and Parker.
If money is no object and you’ve always dreamed of an impressive, sprawling stately home, then take a look at Romanach House in Inveresk Village Midlothian.
Designed by David Waugh of the Edinburgh architectural firm Sir Frank Mehers & Partners, Romanach is a contemporary home that draws on Dutch influences that can be seen elsewhere in the nearby Inveresk Village.
While it has various hallmarks of a traditional property, Romanach House benefits from all the advantages of a recently built home.
On the market with Christie’s for offers over £1,495,000, the house covers a impressive 8,022 square feet in total and comprises seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, a living room, a drawing room, a large kitchen, formal dining room, gym and games room.
Outside there are landscaped gardens, a patio area, courtyard, woodland, a summerhouse and garage.
Fans of Charles Rennie Mackintosh will appreciate Windy Hill house in Kilmacolm, as a possible home.
The seven bedroom house includes signature Mackintosh design features throughout, such as art nouveau tiling, stained glass windows, light features and wood panelling.
The house, which was designed by Mackintosh in 1900, is Category A listed, and is currently on the market for a whopping guide price of £3,000,0000 with Ballantynes.