Rent a Scottish castle for same price as average house in London
Farnell Castle, near Brechin in Angus, is owned by the great-great-grandson of Edward VII and has been in his family for over 400 years.
The Grade A-listed property is available for £1,600 per month, close to the average rent within the UK capital of £1,543.
The castle is owned by the great-great-grandson of Edward VII
The property is available for £1,600 per month, close to the average rent within the UK capital of £1,543
The castle is a rebuild of a previous castle on the site, which had been in existence since 1296. Sitting four miles south of Brechin, the four-bedroom property has been modernised to include central heating and a contemporary kitchen.
The castle is a three-storey structure, built from rubble and slate, with the east of the property containing crow-stepped gables.
The castle originated as the palace of the Bishop of Brechin, and was turned into a secular castle by Catherine, Countess of Crawford.
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It is now owned by David Charles Carnegie, 4th Duke of Fife, who is the second cousin once removed of Her Majesty the Queen.
The duke lives in Kinnaird Castle, not far from Farnell.
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