Take a look inside Bob Dylan’s 16-bedroom period mansion in the Scottish Highlands as it goes on sale for £3million

Aultmore House is situated on 24 acres of land
Aultmore House is situated on 24 acres of land in Cairngorms National Park and is listed for £3 million (Image credit: Knight Frank)

A 16-bedroom Scottish stately home owned by music star Bob Dylan has gone on sale for £3 million.

Aultmore House, a listed building situated on 24 acres of land in the heart of Cairngorms National Park, was purchased by Dylan and his brother in 2006 for £2.26m, according to the Times.

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