5 of the quirkiest homes available at s1homes

With thousands of properties available for sale and to rent on s1homes, we have taken a look at some of the quirkiest properties available. Have you always wanted to settle somewhere special? Maybe a converted castle or a cosy caravan is on your must-have list. Our carefully selected choices could be just what you are looking for…

1. Old Church of Urquhart, Elgin


This former Victorian church, originally built in 1843 has been converted into a 7-bedroom guest house. There’s still plenty of potential for development. The clever mixture of old and new provides something for all tastes. Some of the original features have been maintained throughout the years – making this building something quite special.

2. Braal Castle, Highland


Have you ever dreamed of owning a castle in the Scottish countryside? This is your chance, with this bonnie building in the Scottish Highlands. You could create an accommodation business or enjoy the benefits of a Scottish castle all to yourself – the choice is yours.

3. The Artist’s Cottage, Inverness

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This 6 bedroom property built in 1992 was based on the original design by world famous Scottish architect – Charles Rennie Macintosh. Your guests would be wowed when they next arrive at your new property for a visit.

4. Seton Sands Caravan, East Lothian

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This could be a great holiday home option, perfect for some fuss-free fun with the family on a weekend.  Some refreshing sea air and coastal views could make heading back to work on Monday that bit easier.

5. House in the Shetland Island

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The peculiarity of this property, is not about the architecture, it’s about the location. This 2 bedroom house is located on the Shetland Island and it’s one the most remote properties we have on s1homes. If you desire peace and quiet this should be your next move!

If you’re looking for something different, why don’t take a look at more quirky properties available on s1homes?

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