11 May 2016

Does this cottage have the best view in Scotland?

Does this cottage have the best view in Scotland?


Tucked away on the rugged coastline of north-east Scotland, this century-old home has been brought back to life with a stunning renovation.

Potters Cottage, near Collieston in Aberdeenshire, has been thoughtfully extended to create an impressive property suitable for a family.

And how about this for a view.....

The property forms part of the original Old Slains hamlet and overlooks the ruin of the historic Old Slains Castle which dates back to the 14th Century and was the seat of the Earl of Errol.

The area would be an ideal place for the ornithologist or lover of wildlife, with an abundance of nesting seabirds, rare migrant birds and passing whales and dolphins often visible from the property.

The property itself has an eye-catching extension with under-floor heating. The bright and airy dining room has a high-vaulted ceiling and window to the front to make the most of the scenery.

The lounge has a wall mounted fire where you can get cozy and enjoy the breathtaking sea views to the north.

The open plan kitchen also benefits from floor to ceiling windows where views of the small cove at the foot of the cliffs can be enjoyed. 

The house is on the market with Aberdein Considine's Ellon branch. 

Branch manager Moyra Cormack said: "Viewing of this truly unique property is highly recommended in order to fully appreciate the full extent of the accommodation on offer and the beautiful coastal location."

To view the full property details, click here.


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