A prominent mansion in Elgin has been put up for sale for £715,000.
Braelossie House, on Sheriffmill Road, is a five bedroom family home with its own music room.
It was previously a popular hotel and restaurant before current owners in 2003 purchased it and revamped the property.
The new owner will get a house that was believed to have been built for local businessman Alexander Lawson and factor for the Earl of Fife, in 1862.
Construction was completed in 1862.
The house has two reception rooms, five bedrooms and a large garden.
Rooms on the second floor, which were previously used as a separate flat by the owners of the hotel, are now used as an office, a playroom, a gym, bathroom respectively. There are also three attic bedrooms.
Galbraith’s Rod Christie, who is handling the sale, said: “This is a magnificent property in the Scots Baronial style and one of the most beautiful houses in Moray. The chance to own such a property is rare and there is a real sense of arrival as you enter the grounds.
“The purchasers will benefit from very attractive, spacious accommodation and there is the potential to develop the adjacent store rooms to create perhaps a separate annexe in the future.”