It was bought by BP more than four decades ago and originally used as a private home for senior management.
Later, it became a venue for meetings and conferences, while occasionally accommodating company guests.
Read more about its history on our sister website, Energy Voice
Now with the oil giant selling one of its oldest and grandest assets, Greenridge mansion house in Cults, Aberdeen, could be your next home.
It’s on the market with Simpson and Marwick, with a price tag of over £1.6million.
The magnificent Category B listed home was designed by the highly renowned local architect Archibald Simpson and built in 1840.
It has been altered and extended over the years and is surrounded by around 4.39 acres of grounds. The home sits on an elevated position where you can enjoy stunning south facing views over the Dee Valley.
Inside the five bedroom home is equally impressive. Steeped in history, the mansion has retained many of its period features including high corniced ceilings, wood panelled walls, beautiful stained glass windows and a magnificent staircase in the reception hall.
Take a look at these photographs and see quickly you find yourself falling in love with this dream home.