Impressive Scots baronial house.
The Gart is a handsome stone built Scots baronial country house which dates from 1835. An original, smaller house was designed on the site by William Burn. It was substantially rebuilt and enlarged after a fire in 1901. •
Stuart McAlpine Miller, the contemporary artist, and his designer wife Nikki bought the house in 2016. Since that time they have upgraded, redecorated and furnished the house. •
Today’s house has an impressive entrance façade with a tower on the south corner featuring a pepper pot turret, and there’s a second tower with a spired roof in the northeast corner. The house looks very pretty with its turrets, says Nikki, and looking out of the windows and seeing the mountains is very humbling. •
The property comprises Impressive 13 bedroom Scots baronial house with 5 reception rooms, river frontage and salmon fishing, summer house and paddocks. In all about 12 acres. •
Pricing over £1.75 million/$2.1 million •
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