From its elevated site overlooking the pretty Highland town of Aberfeldy and the River Tay to Schiehallion, this luxury villa in Scotland is a beautifully preserved Queen Anne era classic.
A sprawling compound nestled into over five acres of the verdant Highlands, it’s a graceful and stately manor home whose lovely original features and history have been carefully restored.
The flagship property is one in a unique collection of listed and historic homes renovated and redesigned by the owners, an architect and interior designer husband and wife team. Avid preservationists, together they have restored several historic properties in and around the Highlands, returning them to their former glory.
Short-listed for the 2019 Renovation of Year, for the Scottish Homes Award, the duo has translated the home’s history with an eye for detail that respects its heritage. Dun Aluinn has been receiving a lot of well-deserved press recently in design and architectural magazines including Elle Decoration in the UK, Residence NL in the Netherlands, Image Interiors in Ireland, Living Corrire in Italy, Cote Quest in France, and Nyarum in Sweden.
Designed with warmth and sophistication, the home blends traditional 19th century refinement with contemporary, vintage and Scandinavian style for a 21st century Highlands experience.