A Historic Five-Bedroom Home on a Scottish Loch – $2.77 MILLION (2 MILLION POUNDS)
This five-bedroom house, in the Arts and Crafts style with Swiss influences, sits on the banks of Loch Leven near the village of Ballachulish, in Scotland’s West Highlands.
The 5,183-square-foot marmalade-toned stone home, called Dunbeg House, was completed circa 1903 by Bishop Alexander Chinnery-Haldane, the Episcopal Bishop of Argyll and the Isles, for his eldest son. The four-story main house, designed by the Inverness architects Ross & Macbeth, is listed with Historic Environment Scotland for its distinctive blend of Arts and Crafts and Swiss Alpine architectural styles, said David Twist, who owns the home with his wife, Helena.
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