A HUGE Highland treehouse which is the biggest in European countries has-been positioned on the market for £4.5million.
And don’t stress if it seems slightly high – due to the fact large price also incorporates the popular star retreat Ackergill Tower.
The two-level treehouse, which sits in a 150-year-old sycamore, is found in the tower’s Victorian walled garden.
It boasts electrical energy, working water, a kitchen, a bathroom, a circular bedroom and an outside terrace.
The key home is a 15th-century tower near John o’ Groats in Caithness.
Emerge 30 miles of reasons and overlooking Sinclairs Bay, the initial Ackergill Tower is believed up to now from 1475.
The house ended up being significantly extended in the 19th century and extensively restored.
And in the 1980s, the tower was restored to its current grandeur to entice discerning customers, which includes included Hollywood legends Jack Nicholson and Michael Douglas .
In addition contained in the sale is an old steady block, that has recently been converted into extra luxury accommodation as well as function and providing services.
The offer also contains a number of estate cottages and a 15-year lease for shooting and fishing rights on 3000 acres of nearby land.
Alistair Letham, of estate agents Colliers International, said: “Ackergill Tower is in a spectacular location near John O’ Groats inside Highlands of Scotland.
“Its coastal place overlooking the marvelous sandy beach of Sinclairs Bay enhances the appeal.”
He included: “It has an unusually spacious and frankly very unique one-bedroom treehouse collection, where in fact the bedroom and sleep are circular.