Budding lords of the manor are being given the chance to snap up an entire Perthshire estate for a cool £1.4 million.
Coul Estate, near Auchterarder, comes with a C-listed manor house, its own orchard, two estate cottages and more than 70 acres of land. Also included in the sale are a variety of estate outbuildings, including a 19th Century stable block.
The six-bedroomed main house dates to the Georgian era, and the current owners are downsizing.
The entire estate is being sold by CDK Galbraith for offers over £1,375,000.
A spokesman said: “Coul Estate lies in an elevated position to the south of the rural town of Auchterarder in the heart of the popular and highly scenic county of Perthshire.
“Coul Estate is perfectly located to benefit from a beautifully rural, idyllic and secluded setting, yet is very accessible for the popular town of Auchterarder, the city of Perth and the A9.
“Coul House lies at the centre of the estate and is a quintessential Georgian laird’s house, with a sympathetic 1950s addition to the south.
“It is a delightful family house of lovely scale and proportions, providing flexible accommodation over three floors with each room enjoying an attractive outlook over the grounds and the uninterrupted views beyond.
“On entering, the period charm is immediately evident throughout with cornicing, panelled doors, original fireplaces and appealing astragal sash and case windows.
“The three reception rooms lie to the front of the house with both the sitting room and drawing room enjoying double aspects to the north and south.”