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What is it? A late 17th-Century country pile with no fewer than 17 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, sumptuous original features and characterful crow-stepped gables. This A-listed property has the distinction of being the first unfortified mansion house to be built in Scotland, and it has recently undergone a decade-long extensive and sensitive renovation project. (Photo: contributed)
Here are some of the finest property that are currently for sale in the south-west region.
Where is it? In an unspoiled and peaceful parkland setting three miles north of the coastal town of Girvan. In an elevated position, it boasts wonderful views across the Water of Girvan and the surrounding grounds. (Photo: contributed)
Interior: Despite its 18,700sq ft size, Bargany House is described as easily managed, with six reception rooms. There is also a gym, cinema, music room, billiards room and studies. (Photo: contributed)
Exterior: The gardens extend to more than six acres with lawns, flowerbeds and wooded areas. A range of outbuildings and garages can be found to the rear of the property.Contact: Knight Frank (Photo: contributed)
What is it? An impressive 18th-Century country house with sensitively preserved period features plus indoor swimming pool. (Photo: contributed)
Where is it? Set in a rural yet accessible locale five miles north of Kilmarnock, and well-suited for those commuting to Glasgow, which is a roughly 45 minutes away by car. (Photo: contributed)
Interior: The home’s impressive ground floor entrance hall features a grand staircase with original banister which leads to a large kitchen, a dining room and a drawing room. As well as a family area, there is a games room to the rear and, of course, the pool. Its eight bedrooms are spread across the first and second floors. (Photo: contributed)
Exterior: 6.64-acre of grounds include an all-weather fenced tennis court, a paddock and both a vegetable and herb garden, fringed by fruit trees. (Photo: James Raeburn)
Contact: Robb Residential (Photo: James Raeburn)
What is it? A B-listed five-bedroomed Georgian sandstone manor house set in an exceptional small estate, with a separate three-bedroom cottage. (Photo: Stuart Russell Photography)
Where is it? In the attractive hamlet of Culroy just five miles south of Ayr, where there is a fine selection of first-rate retail and leisure services. Private schooling is available, courtesy of the town’s Wellington School. (Photo: Stuart Russell Photography)
Interior: Grange House’s welcoming reception hall with flagstone floor has a grandiose spiral staircase leading to its nine public rooms, set over four storeys, including a large kitchen-dining room, conservatory, drawing room with beautiful fireplace, and ensuite master bedroom. (Photo: Stuart Russell Photography)
Exterior: Surrounding the home are nearly 30 acres of grounds, featuring a former walled garden, with glass houses, four-bed cottage and stables.Contact: Galbraith (Photo: Stuart Russell Photography)
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