Mansion transformed into a pop art palace is on sale for £1.75million

Mansion transformed into a pop art palace is on sale for £1.75million


 Minimalists, this isn’t the place for you.  But if you’re into colour and bold lines – and happen to have £1 75million handy – behold your dream home.  Stuart and Nikki McAlpine Miller are selling the property the artist and designer turned into a pop art themed mansion  The couple bought the property back in 2016 and immediately set about transforming the traditional mansion, dating back to 1935, into something more fitting of their tastes  They kept in period features such as panelling, fireplaces, and high ceilings, but gave the rest of the 16,000 square foot mansion a colourful makeover  The Perthshire-based home has nine bedrooms, including  master suite with a large dressing room and an en suite bathroom There’s also a 50ft long drawing room, a billiards room with bar, a library, a morning room, a gym, a yoga studio, an office, a shower room, and a laundry room Whew.  The kitchen is super fancy, having been created to fit Nikki’s designs. It’s fitted with an aga  Outside the home there’s 12 acres of lush space which sits near the Teith, where you can fish for salmon and trout  The property, called The Gart, is now on the market with Savills for £1.75million  Nikki said: ‘I love original features, and I like the mix of contemporary and traditional  ‘We were definitely looking for a place with large open spaces.  ‘We wanted to create an art gallery within the house, so we wanted to have a lot of wall space and be considerate throughout with colour  ‘It was a blank canvas at the time, but the view from every window was like a painting ’  Jamie Macnab, from Savills, said: ‘This is quite simply an astonishing property – already a fine and substantial period house in a wonderfully scenic riverside setting  ‘It has been given a whole new dimension by the style and workmanship and luxurious edge of the contemporary elements so boldly conceived and executed by Stuart and Nikki  ‘Their name alone certainly adds an additional layer of interest in a sale that is bound to cause ripples not just in the UK, but also internationally ’  Take a look at the property inside and out below.     The Fix The daily lifestyle email from Metro co.uk. Find out more

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