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Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Bandrum is located about 40 minutes from Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.

The Scottish Laird Land Pack

The Scottish land plots have truly spectacular views over the Firth of Forth.

  • To the north you can see beautiful Ochil Hills
  • To the west is the Wallace Monument at Stirling - a memorial to the Scottish patriot William Wallace, better known as “Braveheart”.
  • To the south is the Firth of Forth, from Stirling to Edinburgh
  • Towards the east is the world famous Forth Bridge, and beyond that Edinburgh Castle.

Scottish History

The whole area is steeped in Scottish history. For example, a few minutes’ drive from Bandrum is Dunfermline, where you will find the grave of Robert the Bruce, Scottish patiot victor of the battle of Bannockburn.

Andrew Carnegie
Andrew Carnegie Born in Dunfermline
Robert the Bruce
Robert the Bruce. His tomb is in Dunfermline Abbey
St Andrews Golf Club
St Andrews Golf Club
 

Photos of the Land

Below are a few photos to give you a taste of how beautiful our land is.

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Legally Yours

The Bandrum Land Pack is the most legally binding of any similar product on the market today. A full legal contract (drawn up by our Edinburgh solicitor) deeds and certificates are included with your documentation.

Our Guarantee

We have hundreds of very satisfied customers. Please read our testimonials. However, in the unlikely event that you are not completely delighted with the Bandrum Land Pack, simply return it for a full refund.

“The service and speed in receiving the deed was amazing. The web site is extremely easy to find and complete. I would recommend this service to anyone.”
“Brilliant service thanks. This will make a very special present for someone a++++”
“I bought a Bandrum Land Plot as an anniversary gift for my parents. They were thrilled to have their own little piece of Scotland and hope to visit it one day.”