Strathdon, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Candacraig House is a traditional Scots Baronial mansion house built of harled stone under a slate roof with pepper pot turrets and steep pitched roofs with crow stepped dormer windows to the front.
The house has fine reception rooms including a magnificent timber panelled drawing room with a highly decorative plaster ceiling and a panelled library beyond.
These two rooms and the dining room are to the front of the house and are reached off a long picture gallery. To the rear of the house are a large family kitchen and an office/utility room. A passageway with historic carved timber panelling leads to a billiard room.
The master bedroom suite is above the drawing room at the west end of the house. A long passage served by three separate staircases leads to the other bedrooms.
There is extensive storage and utility space at basement level and in the outbuildings behind. Candacraig House is set in gardens and policies extending to about 14 acres, which are south facing and slope down in front of the house.
Immediately in front of the house is a paved patio with a terraced lawn in front. The gravel turning sweep is to the side, backed by a high fir hedge. A fine mature fir tree stands opposite the sweep.
Price: Offers Over £2,000,000
House Size: 14,165 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 14 Acres
Specialty Items: Three Cottages, Walled Garden, Courtyard,
Address: Strathdon, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Listing Agent: Jamie Macnab & Ruaraidh Ogilvie of Savills
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