Beside the seaside
WHILE beach houses are mainly marketed during the summer months, the desire to live by the sea is not bounded by the seasons – if anything, a stroll on an empty stretch of sand in blustery January can be just as appealing, if not more, than a crowded beac
MIDWAY between the towns of Arbroath and Montrose in Angus, Lunan Bay is one of Scotland’s hidden gems, a magnificent beach that historically, was the focus for commercial net salmon fishing.
A former salmon bothy is priced as a whole, at offers over £435,000 – which includes 170 acres of spectacular beach and dunes – or separately as two lots, with the house priced at offers over £385,000 and the land at offers over £50,000.
Redcastle Salmon Bothy sits below the craggy 15th century ruins of Red Castle. The accommodation spans almost 3,000 sq ft – with the 26ft living room on the first floor for the views. Downstairs are a sitting room/snug and dining room, kitchen with larder, utility room study/fourth bedroom and shower room. Upstairs are three further double bedrooms (on en-suite), cloakroom/ WC, bathroom and dressing room.
It also has energy-producing photovoltaic roof panels, and an integral quadruple garage. Staggeringly beautiful and unique, Redcastle Salmon Bothy is being marketed by CKD Galbraith’s office in Cupar.
VIEWS INCLUDED: The upstairs living area makes the most of the outlook.