Scottish castle Kelly, in addition to which you can purchase an aristocratic title, is up for sale. You can buy luxury real estate from the 15th century for $2.9 million.
Situated near picturesque Arbroath, the listed residence sits on 16 hectares, including a nine-hole golf course. This land, according to archival records, was acquired in the 13th century by Philip de Mubray, a Norman settler, from William the Lion, King of Scotland.
The castle, built at the end of the 15th century, has been owned by several noble families over the years and has undergone many modernizations, but has retained its authentic appearance, ancient decorative plaster and romantic turrets. Divided into two wings, the four-story building with five bedrooms and five bathrooms is in immaculate condition. There is also a basement bar, a billiard room and a cinema, as well as a garden and croquet lawn in the surrounding area. The property is located on the banks of Elliot Water, a small river that flows through the entire historic county of Angus.
The seller, Alan Grassick, bought the castle in 2001 as his second home. He has the title of Baron Kelly of Angus, which he is willing to sell for a separate negotiable price.
Experts from Edinburgh say that the market for first-class country houses and estates in Scotland has always been attractive, especially to foreign buyers who are attracted by the romantic landscapes, ancient buildings and legends.