14-Bedroom Scotland Mansion with over 30 decades of history asks for £2.2 Million
A 14-Bedroom Mansion in Scotland with ownership ties to Scottish comedian Craig Ferguson has hit the real estate market asking for offers of over £2.2 Million(US$3 Million).
The stone manor, which was acquired by Craig in 2011, serves as a regular backdrop to the star’s social media posts. Situated on the west coast of southern Glasgow, the historical mansion of over 300 years comprises “A Blend Of extraordinary elegance and grandeur with contemporary style and comfort Been achieved with flavor and authenticity,” This is as per listing agent Peter Gillespie.
Although there is no information about the home’s seller, the four-story home still retains some of its original features that date as far back as 1681. Such includes intricate plasterwork, paneling, and fireplaces; all these come as a result of the series of thorough rescue, renovation, and refurbishment operations it has been through over the past four decades.
To initially secure the deal, Mr. Ferguson had to make use of his most trusted real estate dealer, who had helped him on a sale of a home in Malibu in 2017, and also the purchase of a Hollywood Hills Spread in 2012.
Guessing his taste has always been exquisite as the mansion is Category A Listed. Sitting on seven acres of land, the house has several reception rooms, a music room, a library, and a formal dining room. There’s also an in-house cinema, a games room, a billiard room, a wine cellar, a gym, and a self-contained one-bedroom flat, as per the release.