The Castle Coach House is a characterful detached property set in around 1.6 acres and with an open outlook over the River Ugie. Extensive garden grounds surround the this four-bedroom family home in a beautiful location. Worthy of particular note is that the property includes the remains of the historic Inverugie Castle, which lies adjacent to the Castle Coach House. The castle remains are steeped in history and charm, and this property offers a unique  opportunity to own a piece of Scottish history. Inverugie    C  astle dates back to the late 16th century and early 17th century and today the remains are classed with a category ‘B’ listing from Historic Scotland. It was once  occupied by members of Clan Keith. The main tower house is visible with round towers on the northeast and southeast corners. To the west a small archway leads through to a courtyards flanked by remains of buildings on the south.

Coach House comes with the remains of Inverugie Castle

Castle Coach House, Inverugie

By Kevin McRoberts
Thursday, 23rd September 2021, 1:04 pm
Updated Thursday, 23rd September 2021, 1:04 pm

Castle Coach House in Inverugie is 20th century family home alongside a fascinating piece of 17th century history – the remains of Inverugie Castle. It’s on the market at offers over £399,000 with Galbraith. See

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