Established Titles – Land Ownership Details & Info


 

The plots for Lordship and Ladyship title packs purchased before and including the 23rd June 2020 are located on our estate in Southwick, Dumfries and Galloway; between the 24th June 2020 and 2nd December 2020 on our estate in Aberdeenshire and after the 2nd December 2020 on our estate in the historical county of Wigtownshire in West Scotland. All locations are beautiful and secluded woodlands.

Our plots in the historical county of Wigtownshire in West Scotland are located on a charming estate within a tranquil woodland of oak, beech, sycamore and ash trees near the village of Kirkinner. Located on the Machars peninsula and just a short distance away from a wonderful coastline, the area is known for its rolling hills and sprawling pastoral views towards the sea. A number of historical sites are nearby as the estate is part of the ancient Kingdom of Galloway, including The Standing Stones of Torhouse that date back to the Bronze Age.

You can find our land in Wigtownshire on Google Maps here.


Our plots in Aberdeenshire are located on a stretch of peaceful and serene woodland of rowan and ash trees across from Knichtland Burn in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. White wildflowers, purple thistles and other flora and fauna come to life during Spring and Summer. While visiting, you may also wish to pop over to visit one of the two castles in the local area - Huntly Castle and Kildrummy Castle, both well-preserved and fascinating.

 

You can find our land in Aberdeenshire on Google Maps here.

Our plots in Dumfries and Galloway are located in a secluded woodland across from Farthings and Ellgood Farm, Southwick, Dalbeattie, Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. A babbling brook runs by the land and is offset by beautiful bluebells in the summer months. 

You can find our land in Dumfries and Galloway on Google Maps here. 





Visitations to both are very much encouraged and welcome - there is no need to book a tour. The land is kept open to public access at all times under Scotland’s “freedom to roam” customs, which grant the public the right of way over certain privately owned land, rivers and lakes for recreational enjoyment.  


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