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Can You Tell Which Scottish Mansion Costs The Most?
This crazy £7,500,000 castle is part of the luxurious Dall Estate, which includes a 30-bedroom country house (with helipad), an indoor five-a-side football pitch, a laboratory, and two hydro-electric power substations. In other words, you're basically buying a small village.
Windyhill was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, which at least partly justifies its £3,000,000 price tag. It has seven bedrooms, an acre of grounds, and lots of Rennie Mackintosh designs. So don't buy it unless you like swirly rose-things.
Craigcrook Castle is a five bedroom country house not far from the centre of Edinburgh. It comes with stables, a cinema room, a gym, and a staff flat. Because if you can afford a £28,000 a month mortgage repayment, you can definitely afford a butler.
This sprawling, six-bedroom country retreat near St. Andrews has an indoor pool, a pool table, and an outdoor pool, so it’s excellent for snooker-playing swimmers who happen to have a spare £1,750,000 lying around.
Six-bedroomed Birch Grove Manor in Newton Mearns is only £975,000, £25,000 cheaper than this tiny 1 bedroom studio in London. It has a home cinema, games room, and a home office. Unlike the London studio, which has sod-all.
This stunning seaside 10-bedroom castle in Kirkudbright near Dumfries is a total bargain at £1,300,000, especially when you compare it to this this one-bedroom converted garage in London, which is exactly the same price.
This ridiculously posh six-bedroom country mansion in Dollar, Clackmannanshire is just £1,200,000. It costs the same as this studio flat in London, because who needs six bedrooms when you could have none?
This is Culter House in the Scottish Borders. It’s an ancestral Laird’s Home with 2 acres of land and 16 bedrooms. But why would you want that when you could buy this this dingy terraced house in Ealing, for the same price. Amirite?
This is the £4,500,000 Hatton Castle in Turriff, Aberdeenshire. It’s the ancestral home of Clan Duff, and it’s also bloody massive, with eight bedrooms, a walled garden, several cottages, a mausoleum, and a chauffeur’s lodge, because why would you want to drive yourself around like some kind of scabby prole?