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An impressive 15th-century castle is on the market for around $2.9 million, which includes a world-renowned distillery and whiskey bar.
Dornok CastleThe Sutherland, located in Scotland, UK, was last used as a primary residence before being converted into a hotel in 1947.
But sellers said the 22-bedroom “cozy castle” would make a “wonderful family home” for those wanting to escape the Scottish Highlands.
The current owners, who have owned the property since 2000, have worked painstakingly to restore the palace to its former glory.
Its original features have been preserved over the centuries, including a five-story turret tower, exposed stone walls, wooden beams and impressive fireplaces.
The ‘unique’ palace comes with its own restaurant and whiskey bar, featuring a variety of rare and premium malts from around the world.
A vaulted cellar is currently used as a private dining room, which seats just 12 people, and a distillery on the grounds produces “old-fashioned” whiskey and craft gin.
There is also a possibility of adding 10 more bedrooms to the Grade B listed palace.
Real estate firm David Britton issued a statement saying there is a “rare and exciting opportunity” here to own a piece of Scottish history. David Britton said: “It’s in a class in itself.
“It is an impressive and real privilege to have the opportunity to sell the historic building,” he said.
“The owners live six hours away from us, but they wanted us to market it to our resourceful use of social media, personal video tours and passion for long-lasting properties.”
“It’s an extraordinary property that the owners classify as a comfortable palace and after a short time I understood what they meant.”
In addition, he insisted that the palace was a private residence until 1947, and that it should be considered of residential potential in a stunning highland location.
This fort stands in front of the 13th century cathedralThe Royal Dornoch is next to the golf course and has also been used as a wedding venue in the past.
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