A historic north-east estate has been restored to its former glory after a decade of refurbishment.
Owner Viscountess Candida Petersham swapped her glamorous life on the catwalk for a life in the Buchan countryside after her husband Viscout William Petersham bought the 67-bedroom mansion near Fraserburgh.
The former model said they bought the historic Crimonmogate property “on a whim” and have now completed a decade of refurbishment.
She added: “These houses are a huge upkeep and a labour of love and we have rescued this house so every little penny helps. The restoration project came at a huge cost but it was worth it.”
The renovated building — one of only three surviving country houses designed by renowned architect Archibald Simpson — is now used as a venue for weddings and private functions.