Craig castle dates back to the 16th century and sits in over 1000 acres of grounds, which include gardens and mature woodland in the glen of the Burn of Craig. Inside the castle is adorned with heraldry from across the ages and is described as being in a "mixed condition" with nine bedrooms and three reception rooms. The entire estate is for sale as a whole or in lots, which include land, cottages, a former mill and the castle, which is on the market for offers over £400,000 with Strutt and Parker. This budget is less than some central Edinburghflats.
The castle is made up of four segments constructed across different periods of history.
The estate grounds include extensive woodland.
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Dating back to 1510, and castle is grade A-listed by Historic Environment Scotland.
The oldest part of the castle was constructed in 1510 and includes a turret to the south east.
The sixth and eighth laird and lady of Gordon's arms together with their initials, feature within decorative panels above the door.
The drawing room has a large fireplace and vaulted ceiling.
The wood and iron spiral staircase.
One of the nine bedrooms in the caste.
The grand dining room has plenty of space for guests.
The living room is one of three reception rooms.
Another coat of arms on the outside of the castle.
The large oak door is of great antiquity, as it thought to be an original and is complete with handle and knocker - showcasing the work of early Scottish blacksmiths.
The castle has a walled garden, which includes walls dating back to the 16th Century.
Forming the boundary to the garden is a steep wooded embankment which descends to the Burn of Craig.