Property: This week: houses in rural Scotland
BEST PROPERTIES ON THE MARKET
Sunday 07 June 1998
Forgan House, Newport on Tay. A traditional stone Georgian listed house with walled garden and surrounded by open farmland. 7 beds, 4 baths, 2 shower rooms, 4 receps, conservatory, kitchen, utility, garage/stable block, 4.5 acres. pounds 295,000. FPDSavills 0131 247 3700.
Marchmont Stables and Cottages, Duns. The stable buildings of the historic Marchmont estate in the heart of the Scottish borders. 2 semi-detached stone cottages, squash court, coach house, stables, former byre and corner battlement tower, paddock, 0.5 acres. pounds 200,000. Cluttons Daniel Smith 0131 556 4422.
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Ardfenaig House, By Bunessan. A Victorian country house on a sea loch and with magnificent views. 5 beds, 5 bath, 3 receps, study, conservatory, kitchen, 2-bed annexe, coach house, shore frontage with stone jetty, 15.25 acres. pounds 380,000. Knight Frank 0131 225 8171.
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Garlieston House, Garlieston. An 18th-century Dower House in an old walled garden with mature trees and a small paddock. 5 beds, 2 bath, 2 receps, kitchen, study, conservatory, outbuildings, swimming pool, croquet lawn, 2 acres. pounds 175,000. Knight Frank 0131 225 8171.
The Glebe House, Legerwood. Mid-18th-century Georgian country house with good views over the Borders countryside. 5/6 beds, 3 baths, 3 receps, kitchen, stone outbuildings including 2 garages, garden, 1 acre. pounds 275,000. Knight Frank 0131 225 8171.
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