Look at Scotland’s Dalmoak Castle if you like large, imposing, and attractive homes.

Situated in Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, this elegant mansion in the Tudor-style Gothic architecture is currently up for sale for less than £900,000.

Architect Alexander Watt (1827-1890) created the Scottish mansion with castellations for his client John Aiken (1801-1875). James Aiken, his son, inherited the house after that (1843-1928).

Dalmoak Castle - Scotland - windows - Savills

Gun loops, armorial plaques, and keystone monograms of the previous owner, James Aiken, are additional examples of period elements.

With a fascinating and lengthy past, Dalmoak Castle served as the Royal Air Force’s local headquarters during World War II before opening as a nursing home in 1989.

Dalmoak Castle - Scotland - stairs - Savills
The castellated mansion continues to be used for commercial purposes as a residential school, college, training center, or nursing facility under Scotland Class 8, having undergone extensive repair work in the 1990s.

The 9,500 square foot interior of the property features two tower rooms, a wine cellar in the basement, offices, a grand foyer with an imperial staircase, and 14 bedrooms, several of which have ensuite bathrooms.

Dalmoak Castle - Scotland - hallway - Savills

With its towering ceilings, gilded cornicing, and intricately carved fireplace, the drawing room embodies elegance.Lawned gardens make up the majority of the vast grounds. However, the mansion’s fourth storey has a roof terrace for additional outdoor space.

Dalmoak Castle - Scotland - room - Savills
Dalmoak Castle - Scotland - cornicing - Savills
Dalmoak Castle - Scotland - fireplace - Savills
Dalmoak Castle - Scotland - grounds - Savills


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