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Issue 2 - Property News

Scotland Magazine Issue 2
June 2002


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Property News

Decisions, decisions...a smart city residence to buy or a charming country retreat to rent?

Baronial splendour

The magnificent Castle of Invercauld at Braemar, Aberdeenshire, seat of the Clan Farquharson since the 16th century, was partially rebuilt in the Scottish baronial style in 1874. It’s a superb location for a Highland wedding, business function or an unforgettable Scottish break.

The antique interior decoration is grand Victorian style, and the impressive panelled dining room seats 18. Four poster beds and large, deep baths add to the opulence.

Beyond the castle walls is plenty to entertain: the wooded parkland of the grounds for strolling, fishing in the River Dee, one of Scotland’s most famous salmon rivers, and informal rough shooting. In the area, highlights include Braemar Castle and village where a pipe band performs, golf at Ballater and Braemar, whisky distilleries and skiing at Glenshee. Aberdeen (and its airport) is 50 miles away.

The castle can accommodate 17 adults and six children, and costs £17,000 per week fully staffed and catered. Finlayson Hughes

Modest beauty

Corrievarkie, a quality shooting lodge, commands stunning views of Loch Ericht, secluded in the Highlands. A tranquil holiday retreat also ideal for fishing, guests can bring their own boat.
The tasteful, furnished lodge includes wood-burning stoves, gas, electric, and modern conveniences. There are dining- drawing- and breakfast rooms, a fitted kitchen, four double, four twin and one single bedroom, two bathrooms and a shower. Sleeps 12 adults and six children. From £1500 to £1700 per week. Finlayson Hughes

44 North Castle Street, Edinburgh EH2

A perfect city flat in the centre of Scotland’s capital, this property comprises the third and fourth floors of a distinctive and elegant Georgian tenement building. It boasts superb views west over the city and is refurbished in modern style. The apartment has an open plan lounge / dining room / kitchen area, three double bedrooms, bathroom, upper and lower hall and plenty of storage space.
Fixed price £340,000, Rettie, Edinburgh

Rettie, Edinburgh
Tel +44 (0) 131 220 4160

CKD Finlayson Hughes
Tel +44 (0) 1463 226 990

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