AN INCREDIBLE A-Listed mansion could be yours for £1.3m – complete with its own golf course in the garden.
Shennanton House in Kirkcowan, Dumfries and Galloway, represents the dream home for any budding Rory McIlroy or Tiger Woods as it comes with its own four holes.
The stunning property is set in 25 acres and also boasts a croquet lawn and tennis court if the new owner fancies a break from golf.
Built in 1908 for a prosperous family of rubber plantation owners, the original mansion has since been converted into four self-contained properties after undergoing refurbishment in 1988.
Each of the four homes features between three and five bedrooms, the majority of which come with en-suite facilities.
Included in the purchased price of offers over £1.3 million is an additional two-bedroom lodge which has its own garden and store.
The new owner could have the option of turning Shennanton House back into a single residential house but would have to make enquiries to the planning department of the local council.
The house has been used as a holiday letting business since 1992 and comes with a games room containing a large snooker table and features a tiled fireplace with timber surround.
The four-hole pitch and putt course contained within the grounds comes with numerous bunkers and well-manicured greens.
After enjoying a quick game around their own personal golf course, the new owner will be able to retreat into the stunning surroundings of their new home.
Pictures show the grand wooden staircases inside and the large living rooms and bedrooms with original style fireplaces and artwork.
After passing through the gated entrance and lodge, the driveway leads through woodland and past open lawns, including the golf course and tennis court, before you arrive at the magnificent property.
According to Savills, the real estate service selling the property: “Shennanton House is an impressive two storey U-plan English vernacular country house, with distinctive polygonal dressed rubble walling contrasting with fine ashlar dressings and masonry with rosemary tiled roof.
“Shennanton is a fine example of English Tudor vernacular style and is set within mature landscaped gardens and grounds which extend to approximately 25 acres.”