Located an hour and a half north of Edinburgh, Scotland, is Chesterhill House currently on the market for £200,000 ($325,000 AUD).
Originally built in 1870 with a further wing added between 1893 and 1912 the Tudor-Italianate style home is a renovator’s delight laid out over three floors sitting on 3.37 acres of land. It has a number of distinctive architectural features including castellated parapets and a square plan tower and is situated in a secluded sloping site surrounded by a listed oval walled garden and woodland.
Chesterhill House is said to have homed successive Dundee merchants, who benefited from its location close to the Tay, which made business travel convenient. It is thought that the original house may have burned down and Chesterhill House was built to replace it. The site also features detached garages, which have now fallen into disrepair but still offer immense potential for additional accommodation, workshop, stables or a dream garage. The house is also just 20 mins drive from the famous St Andrews Golf Course.
Sure it’s in need of a lot of work, but so is the $1.4 million two bedder in Surry Hills!