Scotland’s strangest house

Scotland’s strangest house, a two-storey detached property shaped like a teapot, has attracted interest from as far as Cambridge after going on the market.With a guide price of £10,000 ‘The Magical Teapot’ near the village of Lilliesleaf in the Scottish Borders is still up for grabs.Property agents Rettie and Co., who often sell country estates worth millions of pounds, say the teapot could be an ‘enchanting Hobbit Hideaway.’Sculptor and artist Ian Hunter made the charming teapot himself on the grounds of his cottage

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