Best properties on the market

This week: Grand estates in Scotland

1. Auch and Invermearan, Argyllshire & Perthshire This estate is located on 28,300 acres in multiple counties in the southern Highlands. The property includes a six-bedroom lodge, seven cottages, and sheep and cattle buildings. Additional land features include Loch Lyon, mature woodlands with red deer, and the River Orchy, known for salmon fishing. $17,020,000. James Denne, Knight Frank, (011-44) 157-872-2814

2. Edinburgh Constructed circa 1890, this six-bedroom Victorian home is located in the Craiglockhart neighborhood. Interior details include ornate cornices, a cupola, stained-glass windows, and a sitting room with a bay window. The property has rear gardens and views of Edinburgh Castle. $1,045,000. Kirsten Stuart, Strutt & Parker, Christie’s International Real Estate, (011-44) 131-718-4482

3. Linlithgow, West Lothian Set on the bank of the River Avon, Glenavon House is built out of sandstone and has seven bedrooms. Interior details include wainscoting, beaded parquet flooring, and molded plasterwork in the dining room ceiling. The property includes a tennis court and a croquet lawn. $1,870,000. Robert McCulloch, Strutt & Parker, Christie’s International Real Estate, (011-44) 131-226-2500

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4. Rothes, Moray This 11-bedroom Scottish Baronial house is set on 10 acres with flowering cherry trees and ponds. The home features an interior courtyard, a four-story tower, 10 reception rooms, and a vestibule with a stained-glass cupola. The property includes a game larder, a patio with a fountain, and a small lake with an island. $2,080,000. Michael Jones, Knight Frank, (011-44) 131-222-9600

5. Kirknewton, Midlothian Set on 21.6 acres, Hillfield House is a nine-bedroom Georgian home, built circa 1720. Details include a stone staircase, a paneled library, an indoor pool, and a steam room. The property has two cottages, Italianate gardens, a greenhouse, and all-weather tennis courts. $2,610,000. Sharon Zaremski, Strutt & Parker, (011-44) 131-226-2500

6. Tayinloan, Argyll The Killean Estate, located on 3,680 acres on the west coast, features a 10-bedroom mansion. Formerly a hotel property, the estate has three Arts and Crafts cottages and 10 holiday cottages. The grounds include gardens, woods, beaches, and commercial forests. $11,200,000. Edinburgh Agency Team, Smiths Gore, (011-44) 131-344-0888

7. St. Andrews, Fife Northcliffe, a seven-bedroom Victorian, was built from 1864 to 1866. Interior features include multiple fireplaces, a master bedroom overlooking the gardens, and a drawing room with sea views. The grounds have iron gates, rose trellises, and a greenhouse. $4,110,000. James Macnab and Anna Gardiner, Savills, (011-44) 131-247-3700

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