House for saleBanff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
A unique opportunity to purchase a Grade A listed, 16 Century castle sitting in 0.43 acres, and also includes the Title Baron of Inchdrewer. The current owner inherited the castle from Count Robin Mirrlees who bought the property in 1962 before restoring it over a 10 year period. Count Robin as he was known was deeply involved in helping Ian Fleming research 007’s adventures for the 1963 ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’.
The Baron of Inchdrewer title will be transferred to the successful purchaser and confirmation of the title is available on request, and not sold seperately.
The castle sits in an area of 0.43 acres
***CLOSING DATE FOR OFFERS - WEDNESDAY 26 JUNE***
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