A sporting estate tucked away in the Cairngorms has gone on the market with a £2.8 million price tag.
Auchavan Estate, nestled within the National Park and bounded by the River Isla, extends to some 2,299 acres.
It is being marketed for sale by Galbraith Property and in addition to the land, boasts two farmhouses and three cottages.
Three of the five buildings are holiday let properties.
A spokesman for the Highland property consultancy said: “Auchavan combines some exciting stalking with a five-year average of 10 stags and 41 hinds, together with walked up grouse shooting and the opportunity to develop a low ground shoot, including duck flighting.
“A stock farming enterprise could also be re-established at Auchavan.”
Auchavan is home to a wealth of wildlife including red and roe deer, red and black grouse, brown and blue hares, curlews and barn owls, while golden eagles, osprey and ptarmigan having also been seen from the estate.
The emphasis recently has been on developing the landscape to provide good habitats for the diverse wildlife and to encourage breeding, particularly amongst wading birds.
Auchavan Estate is available for purchase either as a whole or in two lots.
The first lot is Auchavan which forms the largest part of the estate and extends to about 1,902 acres.
The subjects forming the second lot are known as Presnerb and extend to about 397 acres and offer the opportunity for a livestock enterprise.
The estate also enjoys trout fishing rights on the River Isla, which forms the eastern boundary of the estate.