Virtual viewing has been made available for a luxury north-east house with a difference.
Boulder House was created by Swiss architect Martin Stöhr, who melded traditional Scottish and European contemporary styles.
The property, which sits on 11-acres of land, is located in the Aberdeenshire village of Rothienorman.
The first floor is bedecked with tailor-made tartan carpeting by Johnston’s of Elgin, while a “wellness room” tiled with Caithness slate contains a Swiss sauna and steam compartment.
Downstairs, an extensive basement includes a wine cellar and space for 12 cars.
Stöhr was commissioned by Boulder House’s original Swiss owners, Hans and Monique Baumann, who had previously renovated the nearby Blairmore Estate.
I is being offered for sale by estate agent Savills.
Property agent Fiona Gormley said: “The sale of Boulder House is a truly exceptional event on the Aberdeenshire market.
“There is quite simply nothing else like it as it combines a rare mix of design expertise and traditional style with the very best of European materials and fittings.
“The extensive grounds offer privacy while the underground garaging is both unusual and a fantastic draw for any car collector.”
The property’s price is available on application.