The Trump Estate – over 1500 acres abundantly filled with wildlife, flora and fauna
Located along the dramatic North Sea coastline – is over 1500 acres of beautiful meadows, woodland and sand dunes. Wildlife is in abundance with deer, swans, owls, rabbits, birds and badgers as well as our very own fold of Highland Cattle. Enjoy the tranquillity of this peaceful and natural oasis with a walk along one of the estate paths and see what flora and fauna you discover. Previously a hunting estate, the grounds have a rich and interesting history for all guests and visitors to enjoy.
Set amid mature woodland and surrounded by magnificent lakes, Trump MacLeod House is a historic Scottish baronial mansion right at the heart of the estate.
Designed by architect John Smith in 1835, the majestic granite and sandstone building abounds with period features. Incorporating parts of an earlier house built in 1783, with foundations dating back to the 14th century, Trump MacLeod House is brimming with character and centuries of stories to tell.
Renamed Trump Macleod House in 2008 to reflect its status as the Scottish residence of Donald J. Trump, the building has been gracefully restored and upgraded, breathing new life into its grand rooms, open fires and secret stairways. Now adorned with opulent furnishings and sumptuous fabrics, Trump MacLeod House provides the ultimate in comfort and luxury.
Sitting adjacent is Trump MacLeod Lodge – the 19th century stable that formed part of the original estate buildings. Now transformed into luxurious guestrooms, each boasting its own special features, Trump MacLeod Lodge offers superior accommodation with charm and sophistication.
To find out more about our stunning community of luxury homes, please visit The Trump Estate website.
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