You can glimpse the sea off the east coast of Scotland through the beech woods that form part of the beautiful gardens of Greystone House. There are sloping lawns, two plum orchards, a stream with a bridge, and drifts of daffodils and snowdrops in the spring. The house is less severe than many Scottish period properties and has three reception rooms, five bedrooms, two bathrooms and plenty of other rooms for guns, rods and boots. It is being sold with a three-bedroom secondary house and a former church with an asking price of pounds 300,000 for the entire property, though buyers can bid for each lot separately. (Brodies: 0131 228 4111)
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Househunter Greystone, Angus