Described as ‘one of the most lovely houses in Broughty Ferry’, Melfort offers prime accommodation in a wonderful coastal location.
In 1927, Dundee architect and businessman George Morton decided that he was to build himself a house. The location he chose? Broughty Ferry, four miles east of Dundee itself, and a place which boasts a beach, castle, museum, and one of Scotland’s very best ice cream sellers: Visocchi’s Cafe, which has been a local institution since 1954.
It’s also a spot with a mixture of large Victorian villas and quaint fishermen’s cottages, and thus made an ideal spot for Morton’s proposed house, Melfort, which is a substantial family property designed and built in the Arts-and-Crafts style. This handsome home is currently on the market via Savills for offers over £1 million.
Fully detached, harled and with a slate roof, the property has been ‘thoroughly modernised’ in recent years, but retains a wealth of period features.
As well as seven bedrooms and four reception rooms, the house comes with a variety of different styles and spaces for entertaining.
The owners recently installed a games room and gym, as well as a brand new kitchen, while a pitch-pine staircase in the heart of the house…