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Taylor Swift looks to buy £4.6 million Scottish Castle

Taylor Swift hugs Calvin Harris at an awards ceremony.
Taylor Swift hugs Calvin Harris at an awards ceremony.

Superstar singer Taylor Swift is rumoured to be looking into buying an ancient castle in Scotland.

The popstar is making enquiries into the 16th Century built Tower of Lethendy, just north of Perth.

The 25-year-old star – the only artist to have three albums hit a million sales in their first week – is in a relationship with Scottish record producer and musician Calvin Harris.

Ms Swift reportedly wants a Scottish base to be nearer to him and his family in Edinburgh.

Swift met Harris at the Brit Awards in February and the celebrity power couple revealed their relationship in April.

Lethendy Castle dates back to 1570 and the estate boasts its own 18-hole golf course, heated swimming pool and tennis courts.

Selling agent Savills is asking for offers over £4.6 million for the property.

This asking price, is unlikely to daunt the showbiz couple who between them last year earned an estimated £93 million.

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