Author Buys River Tay Mansion
March 4, 2012 by staff
Author Buys River Tay Mansion, MILLIONAIRE HARRY POTTER author JK Rowling, who scribbled her first book about the boy wizard while an unemployed, single mother, has bought a 19th-century mansion.
The writer is to live in isolated Killiechassie House on the banks of the River Tay in Perthshire.
Estate agent Finlayson Hughes described the property as a ‘most attractive’ family home in a highly sought-after part of Scotland
The luxurious property comes complete with a sycamore tree said to have sheltered Bonnie Prince Charlie during the ill-fated Jacobite Rising of 1745.
Estate agent Finlayson Hughes described the property as a ‘most attractive’ family home in a highly sought-after part of Scotland.
Contractors are at work putting the finishing touches to the house.
Rowling, whose books have sold in their millions, jealously guards her secrecy and has given strict orders that the price is not to be revealed.
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