Top 10 rural properties in Scotland
If the thought of escaping to the countryside fills you with joy then you are not alone. In fact Rightmove recently reported that they have seen a 126% rise in the number of enquiries from city residents about village homes across June and July 2020 compared to the same period last year1.
From a cottage to former hospital, rolling hills to a loch, we have have picked our top 10 rural properties currently on the market to whet your appetite and remember if the amount you pay for your main home is in England and under £500,000 you will pay no Stamp Duty if you buy a property before 31 March 2021. If the property is your main residence and in Scotland then no tax is charged on properties under £250,000 until 31 March 2021. For more information take a look at the calculators below.
1. Stunning views over the surrounding countryside
2. An acre of land
3. A large garden and set within 50 acres of woodland
4. Converted country house
Offers in the region of £185,000
Bertram Avenue, Carnwath, Lanark, ML11
Luxurious three bedroom apartment, within the converted Bertram House. An impressive, historical country house, dating back to the 17th century. This is one of eleven apartments within the conversion, beautifully presented both internally and also the manicured gardens, residents parking and tennis court. A property that will appeal to a variety of buyer, from young professionals through to retiree, particularly with Edinburgh only a short 20 minute drive. This particular apartment was the developers show home, therefore finished to a very high standard, it also has its own private entrance. Comprising three double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes, master en suite shower room, family bathroom and fabulous open plan lounge / kitchen / dining area. A wonderful modern apartment with gorgeous sash and case double glazed windows, high ceilings, ample storage space and modern decor. One we highly recommend viewing, with the open vista out over the surrounding countryside towards the Pentland Hills simply stunning.
5. Far fetching views in every direction
6. Beautifully managed woodland gardens and use of the tennis courts
7. Set on the banks of the river Nith
8. 8 acres of gardens and woodlands with fishing rights to a large area of Loch Ness
9. Fantastic views and set in a vibrant rural community
10. Sea views to the front, countryside views to the rear and access to a large field