15 Apr 2020
There is one thing Scotland has no shortage of, apart from rain, and that is dramatic coastlines.
In fact, we have over 6,000 miles of it, rising to 10,000 miles when you include our island communities.
Sandy beaches, sweeping cliffs and crashing waves make for an idyllic antidote to city life.
And among the 1,300 homes we have on the market right now are a few coastal crackers.
They include one a few short steps from the sea, a period property dating back to 1896 and one with a championship golf course on its doorstep!
Let’s take a look inside...
If there’s one thing better than living on the coast, it’s living on the coast with a championship golf course on your doorstep.
Cruden Bay was one of the UK’s leading holiday resorts during the Victorian era - a legacy of which is its stunning links golf course set against the backdrop of Buchan’s rugged coast.
This three-bedroom home also has views of Slains Castle, which provided Bram Stoker’s inspiration for the Dracula novels.
This exceptional four bedroom property is set in the heart of the popular coastal town of Gourdon.
Dating back to the 1840's, this home was one of the first to be build around the fishing village’s small harbour.
The property has been brought up to modern standards buy the current owner and offers spacious family living over three floors, while retaining many classical features throughout.
This upper floor apartment forms part of the magnificent Dunalistair Mansion, offering flexible and versatile accommodation with views of the Tay Estuary.
Dunalistair Gardens is located in arguably one of the most prestigious locations in Broughty Ferry, one of Scotland’s most sought-after residential locations.
This property occupies an elevated position with a wonderful open aspect to the front and offers easy access to all that Broughty Ferry has to offer including the beach, the harbour, supermarkets, shops, restaurants, and schools.
This five-bedroom period home is one of the most beautiful properties in Stonehaven, the north-east’s coastal jewel.
Dating back to 1896, Lyleston is sure to impress with many period features including high ceilings, panelled doors, dado and picture rails, deep skirtings and ornate decorative cornicing.
There’s also a games room with a full- snooker table.
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