Own a slice of history as Aberdour House hits the market

Aberdour House was built in the 17th century in the grounds of Aberdour Castle which was formerly the ancestral home of the Earls of Morton.

The house was restored in the 1990s and separated into individual homes while retaining its original historic features.


Picture: Strutt and Parker

No 1, which is for sale, represents an opportunity to live in an impressive coastal home, without the cost of upkeep for the whole building.


Picture: the living room, Strutt and Parker

It is substantial however. Set over three floors, like a townhouse, the property has a ground floor a master bedroom with private dressing room and ensuite, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.


Picture: the kitchen, Strutt and Parker

The living accommodation is on the first floor and comprises of a grand drawing room with large sash windows looking across the grounds and the Firth of Forth, a separate dining room and an attractive breakfasting kitchen.


Picture: Strutt and Parker

A spiral staircase rises to the second floor with its private study, while a second staircase leads to the fourth bedroom and a minstrel gallery over part of the drawing room.


Picture: Strutt and Parker

Outside is a small private garden and beyond this is the generous, communal rear garden with rolling lawns, mature shrub borders and trees and far-reaching, spectacular views over the Scottish countryside.

Aberdour House is on the market for offers over £315,000 with Strutt & Parker 

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