On this week's Monday Mansions, we take a look at the mansions that are on offer in Scotland and range from £650,000 up to £2,250,000

1. Six bedroom detached house in Spylaw Avenue, Colinton, Edinburgh, for £1.3m

Designed by the Inverness based architect William Carruthers Laidlaw around 1906 is this impressive family home. Spread out across three floors are four reception rooms, six double bedrooms, a games room, a study and masses of storage in the second floor eaves.

Available via Simpson & Marwick

2. Eight bedroom detached house in Earlston, Berwickshire, Scottish Borders, for £1,950,000

Dating back to the sixteenth century is this striking country house known as Cowdenknowes, which sits on the east bank of the river Leader. Along with the unique main house, there are also the additional benefits of a two bedroom coach house, a tennis court, an American barn and Trout fishing on its 45 acres of land.

Available via Rettie & Co 

3. Six bedroom detached house in Glencairn Road, Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire, for sale Offers over £999,000

Filled with period features is Heathmount house, which was built in 1901 and designed by renowned Glasgow architect John James Burnett. The house received a later addition of a ballroom in 1920, which was constructed solely for the purpose of the wedding of the then owner’s daughter.

Available via Robb Residential 

4. Six bedroom detached house in Rannmhor, Barnton Loan, Edinburgh, Midlothian, for £2,250,000

This family home offers plenty of privacy thanks to its location in a secluded cul de sac and its 1.5 acres of gardens. The property comes with the bonus of an interconnecting annex, a loft studio with a dark room, CCTV monitoring and a video entry system.

Available via Rettie & Co 

5. Seven bedroom detached house in Fearn, Tain, for £650,000

Overlooking Loch Eye is this gorgeous nineteenth century country house, which is conveniently within commuting distance of Inverness. Outside is where this property comes into its own, with immaculate private gardens, an all weather tennis court, a pony paddock and stunning views of the loch.

Available via Smiths Gore 


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