A top rally driver’s home has gone on the market – with a price tag of offers over £3.2million.
Championship winner Brian Lyall is selling up his luxury house in Scotland’s third largest city and retiring to the sun with his wife.
And if the sale goes as planned it is likely to smash the record for the most expensive house sold in the country last year.
It would also be the highest price ever paid for a residential property in Aberdeen.
Last month north-east skipper Peter Tait set a new granite city record by paying out £3.07million for a mansion in Rubislaw Den South.
Speaking exclusively to the Press and Journal last night, from his home in the neighbouring Rubislaw Den North, Mr Lyall said he and his wife Carol were downsizing from the seven-bedroom-house.
The homes have access to exclusive gardens and sit in tranquil surroundings in the west end of Aberdeen.
Last night property expert Faisal Choudhry said he expected the property to sell for somewhere in the region of the asking price – and forecast that with the falling oil prices he expected more premier homes to be going on the market.