Dumfries & Galloway DG7 Brockloch Tower, Carsphairn, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire

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Features at a glance

  • Magnificent historic 6 bedroom Tower influenced House
  • Set in approximately 20 plus acres of private land
  • Contemporary interior with historical notes
  • Gated with private driveway
  • Historic standing stones
  • Stunning panoramic views in all directions
  • 16th Century style tower house near Carsphairn
  • Many uses for land

Brockloch Tower, decidedly contemporary yet stacked with historical inspiration with panoramic views

The stunning Brockloch Tower was built in 2003. This property offers a rare opportunity for contemporary living in a rural and historic setting. In the heart of one of Scotland’s most desirable regions.   The sense of grandeur and royalty begins at the property's approach. Met with incredible design and architecture and sweeping open aspect that brings out the beauty of this stunning Tower.

Discreetly tucked away behind an iconic façade three floors play host to BREATH-TAKING VIEWS from the extensive accommodation including a floored attic. From entering through the grand entrance the spacious hallway with flagstone style floor grabs your attention with interesting historical touches and features throughout.

Decidedly contemporary yet stacked with historical inspiration: Although not a great deal is known about the historical origins of the original Brockloch Tower, the ruins of which lay nearby, the architect took a great deal of time studying the originals and style of 16th Century Tower Houses. This stunning property has been carefully recreated in the style and blends the contemporary whilst nodding to the original style. From high ceilings to features such as turrets and grand stone fire place the interior plays particular attention to the views from every room in every direction.

Hybrid Living: flexible interiors in new architecture: Interior architectural details to exterior architectural details along with unique craftsmanship can be found across the overall quality of the building design.

Across the design and layout of each floor it lends itself to flexibility of use and there are multiple uses for each room: The flexible spaces can be adapted to your changing lifestyle and needs, each space in this property has natural light and feels calm and relaxed. This is particularly key now that in many cases our homes are our workplaces. There is scope for increasing the accommodation further with enhancing the floored attic, currently accessed via a hatch and ramsay ladder in Bedroom 2 and split into two spaces, there is scope for adding a fixed stair from either Bedroom 2 or 6. The space has storage, light and heating.

Accommodation Summary | 2307 SqFt 214.32 SqM

Ground Floor | Vestibule with stores; Reception hall; Library/Study/Family room; Breakfasting Kitchen with door to rear patio and garden; Cloakroom; Dining room.

First Floor | Sitting room, Bedroom 4, Bedroom 5, Family bathroom.

Second Floor | Principal bedroom with ensuite shower room, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Bedroom 6/Study, Shower room.

Attic Floor | Floored attic room 1 with eaves storage, floored attic room 2 with store.

This property has 20.7564 acres of land.


Panoramic Views

Brockloch Tower is situated in a peaceful and secluded position and is approached through impressive pillared gates over a driveway offering private parking for multiple vehicles. The property’s surrounding land extends to all sides incorporating some 20 plus acres with scope for multiple uses.

The land has been registered as farm land should anyone wish to use it as such.


Brockloch Tower is perfectly situated in the heart of Galloway's great outdoors just 2.2 miles from the historic village of Carsphairn. Further afield and offering ample amenities to the West, Ayr and all the Ayrshire Coast has to offer and the South, Castle Douglas with it's fine shops, galleries, cafes and eateries. Dumfries & Galloway is a region of contrasting landscapes ranging from the high tops of the southern upland hills to the sandy coastline of the Solway Firth. As such, the county offers a range of outdoor activities.



The property is on the A713. SAT NAV both postcodes DG7 3TJ and DG7 3TH will take you to either side of Brockloch Tower in either direction, carry on approximately 0.5 miles.

Carsphairn 2.2 miles, Castle Douglas 27 miles, Ayr 22.2 miles, Dumfries 34.7 miles, Prestwick Airport 29.1 miles, Stranraer 54.7 miles Glasgow 58.8 miles

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