A luxury waterfront house sitting under the Forth Bridge has gone on sale for just shy of £1m.
The four-bedroom home on the bank of the River Forth has unique views from beneath one of Scotland’s most iconic landmarks.
The newly-built south-facing Taigh Na Rubha offers a panaroma across the water near North Queensferry.
Listed for just under £1m at offers over £925,000, Thorntons Property said it has already attracted “international attention”.
“This is a truly one-off property which must have one of the best views in the whole of the country,” said James Shipman, Edinburgh area property manager.
“New-builds like this are always in demand but coupled with its stunning location, it is no surprise we have already had international inquiries into the property.
“The views are like no other, and it is a truly one-of-a-kind property.
“Properties of this size within North Queensferry are always in demand but given its waterside location, we expect this beautiful family home to not be on the market for long.”
The home has four reception rooms, four bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as a large balcony, wraparound gardens, and a double garage with a studio flat above it.
The sale comes as the average house price in Scotland increased by 7.3% over the year to September, slowing from an increase of 8.8% in the year to August.
The average house price in Scotland in September was £192,000.