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Stonefield Lodge, Glenturret Estate, Crieff,. The estate comprises: a secluded 1-bed hunting lodge with numerous outbuildings in the centre of the estate, 1 farmhouse, 2 cottages, driven grouse moor with stalking and a renowned driven pheasant and hill partridge shoot, duck flighting, trout fishing, sheep farm, grazing, woodland, 5,903 acres. pounds 2 million

Savills (0131-226 6961).


Bargaly, Newton Stewart. A late 17th century house with 2 cottages and 5.5 miles of salmon and sea trout fishing on the Palnure. 7 beds, 3 bath, 3 receps, kitchen, 2 lodges, outbuildings, walled garden, tennis court, 39 acres.

pounds 475,000 Knight Frank (0131-225 8171).


Glenrossal, A private Highland sporting estate with a Victorian shooting lodge and excellent salmon fishing on the River Cassley. 8 beds, 4 bath, 2 receps, library, office, kitchen, kitchen garden, 4-bed keeper's house, 2 holiday cottages, 2.5 mile beat on the River Cassley, grouse shooting, pheasant shoot, trout fishing, woodland, 2,500 acres.

pounds 1.7 million Knight Frank (0131-225 8171).


Blawlowan, Bridge of Allan, A listed house dating back to the early 1700s, surrounded by rolling hills and woodland. 8 beds, 2 bath, 3 receps, cloakroom, morning room, kitchen, attic room, summer house, stables, walled garden, outbuildings, 9.5 acres.

pounds 325,000 Savills (0131-226 6961).


The Net House, Lower Largo, A long stone building formerly used to store fishing nets. With superb sea views, the house is surrounded by the sea on three sides at high tide. 4 beds, 2 bath, 2 receps, cloakroom, kitchen, utility room, garden, direct access to beach.

pounds 195,000 Savills (0131-226 6961).

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