Bob Dylan’s Highland estate, located near Nethy Bridge, is up for sale for a striking £3 million. The legendary singer-songwriter has co-owned the property with his brother, David Zimmerman, for almost 20 years
According to Knight Frank agent Tom Stewart-Moore, Dylan and his younger brother bought the home as UK base but haven’t been able to visit since the COVID-19 pandemic. “They’ve not been able to use it in recent years, and that’s the reason for the sale. Up until about pre-Covid times, Bob and his brother would normally go there for a few weeks a year,” he said.
Aultmore House is an Edwardian mansion flanked by 25 acres of Cairngorm National Park. The 18,357-square-foot residence was originally built between 1911 and 1915 and has a tremendous history from acting as a convalescent home during the Second World War to later housing foreign students finishing school.
The estate features two stone gazebos, a pair of secondary accommodations and a central fountain. Meanwhile, lucky residents will get to observe the decadent walled garden and a picturesque pond.
The 16-bedroom residence retains much of its original features, from marble fireplaces in most of the reception rooms to archways and timber flooring throughout. The property also enjoys a billiard room, drawing room, and formal dining area.
Location: Nethy Bridge, Highland PH25
Agent: Knight Frank - Edinburgh Sales
Contact: 01312 687689