Property spotlight: Luxurious stone mansion set in historic 16th century estate with links to Bonnie Prince Charlie
Set in around 58 acres of magnificent private gardens and grounds at the foot of the Gargunnock Hills, Boquhan House is an imposing mansion with superb views.
Located near the village of Kippen, and not far from Stirling, Bridge of Allan and Loch Lomond, the Boquhan estate is steeped in history, including a well which Bonnie Prince Charlie is said to have drunk at prior to the 1745 uprising. The mansion house itself features eight bedrooms, six bathrooms and 10 reception rooms and has been beautifully designed with high quality interiors and fine woodwork, as well as grand façades, balconies and French doors to the terrace. Other buildings on the estate include the original gate lodge, three further cottages, garage and stable block, while the extensive grounds and gardens hold many delights, too many to mention here, but including a walled garden, large lawn, rose garden, paved terrace, tennis court, parkland, woods, and the Boquhan Burn which runs through the property. On the market with Savills for offers over £2,350,000, more details can be found HERE.