25 Apr 2016

Fancy living in a castle? It may be cheaper than you think....

Fancy living in a castle? It may be cheaper than you think....

 

Castles are usually the domain of kings and queens - but you could soon be living like a royal at this impressive Aberdeenshire home.

Fetteresso Castle is a 14th-century towerhouse, rebuilt in 1761 as a Scottish gothic-style Palladian manor. It is steeped in history and was once owned by the heir to the Pringle knitwear fortune.

Today it is split into several stunning homes, including the property featured here, Number Six, which is available for rent at £1,600 per month via Aberdein Considine's Stonehaven office.

The property is spread over three floors and features many eye catching details and evidence of the former castle throughout.

The kitchen is to the rear of the property and features a range of quality base, wall and drawer units together with a double Belfast sink and exposed stone feature.

The home has four-bedrooms, including one which leads to a turret. 

It also has its own private lawn to the front of the property and garage round the driveway to the rear of the building.

To view the full property details, click here.

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