Sprawling £9.5 Million Estate with Mini Castle and Barony Title Hits the Market

A vast estate has been listed on the market for £9.5 million, and it comes with a unique perk – an ancient Barony title.

This expansive property includes a country house, a mini castle, a beach, and a pier. The Barony title, which was granted to the estate in 1594, allows the owner to be officially referred to as “Logan.”

The heart of the estate is Logan House, an early classical mansion house dating back to 1702. This Category A listed Queen Anne-style property offers over 9,000 sq ft of luxurious living space spread across four floors. It features three principal reception rooms, nine bedrooms, and nine bathrooms.

In addition to the main house, the estate comprises six additional houses that can be used for staff accommodation or rental purposes.

Located in Ardwell, southern Scotland, the estate also houses Scotland’s oldest aquarium at Port Logan. Port Logan Bay offers a pier, a lighthouse, and over two miles of craggy coastline and sandy beaches. The property boasts a woodland garden with champion trees, sweeping lawns, ancient shrubberies, and a majestic monkey puzzle avenue.

Surrounded by stunning scenery, the estate offers views of Northern Ireland to the west and the Machars peninsula to the east. The farmland is utilized for both arable and livestock production. The estate also operates a sporting business, providing pheasant and partridge shoots, duck flighting, wildfowling, and roebuck stalking. For fishing enthusiasts, salmon fishing is available in Luce Bay.

This historic property served as the residence of the McDouall family for seven centuries and is conveniently located just a two-hour and twenty-minute drive from Glasgow.

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The sale of the estate is being managed by Savills estate agents.