The 16th-century castle sits on more than four acres just three miles outside Edinburgh. Originally built in 1542, the home “has played host to a number of famous visitors,” including Charles Dickens, Alfred Lord Tennyson and Hans Christian Andersen.
During the 1970s the castle was unfortunately converted into offices; however, much of the original three-story design remains today, according to Curbed.
“Architecturally Craigcrook sits somewhere between a Loire chateau and Downton Abbey,” the Telegraph’s real estate reporter Stuart Penney wrote.
And one more important perk: the property is listed as “freehold,” meaning that it’s inheritable, more-or-less, forever. [Curbed] — Christopher Cameron