Perthshire has emerged on top of the pile in a new list of Scotland’s priciest estates.
The region boasts seven of the top 10 most expensive sites on the market, a study has revealed.
The 6,200-acre Kinnaird Estate, near Pitlochry, tops the rundown with offers over £9.6 million.
The plot comes with 16 properties, three lochs and expansive countryside for deer stalking and grouse shooting.
It is being marketed as a “once in a generation” opportunity by sellers Knight Frank.
Runner-up is Dall, on the shore of Loch Rannoch, which has seen its price tag soar from £6m to £7.5m in the space of a year.
Also making the top 10 is Dungarthill, near Dunkeld.
Selling agents CKD Galbraith are looking for offers of more than £5m.
The 5,700-acre Milton of Kincraigie and Craignuisq, also near Dunkeld, and Dalmunzie at Spittal of Glenshee, are both being offered for more than £4m, while the Ava estate in Blairgowrie has a fixed price tag of £4m.
The Tower of Lethandy near Meikleour, which has its own golf course, remains on the market with a £4.6m price tag.
The estate had been reportedly eyed up by singer Taylor Swift, although she later denied she was looking to buy it.
The top 10 list was compiled by the Scotland on Sunday newspaper, which reported that some of the country’s wealthiest landowners were putting their properties on the market amid unprecedented interest from overseas.
Traditionally foreign buyers were responsible for one in every five estate sales, but they account for half of the 11 properties sold or put under offer in the first nine months of this year.
There are 24 residential or sporting estates on the market in Scotland, a portfolio worth nearly £80m.
Land reform campaigner Andy Wightman said: “In midsummer, I would expect there to be around a dozen to 15 estates for sale and this is October, which is not the time you try and sell.”