Canoes under the Penny Bridge, Aberlour ~ a foot-bridge funded by James Fleming (founder of Aberlour distillery). Mr Fleming asked that everyone wishing to cross the bridge should pay one penny. Now home to Sam the local ghillie, the house pictured once belonged to the ferryman ~ pre-bridge.
Rothes Glen House, Aberlour, Scotland, worth US 2.31 million dollars! Rothes Glen House was built in 1893 by the architect Alexander Ross of Inverness, for the Dunbar-Dunbar family whose substantial wealth was derived from a variety of business interests including brewing, shipping and banking. It is an example of the Scottish Baronial style of architecture and is characterized by a square, central, four-story tower rising one story above the roof line on its eastern façade.
Ballindalloch Castle in Scotland is a much loved family home, Ballindalloch is one of the few privately owned castles to have been lived in continuously by its original family - The Macpherson-Grants have resided in the castle since 1546. The Castle is set in magnificent grounds between the Rivers Spey and Avon.