Iconic Musician Bob Dylan Sells his Scottish Retreat

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Bob Dylan, iconic rock legend, has offloaded his Scottish retreat for £4 million. Situated 13 miles from Aviemore, Aultmore House dates back to the early 20th century, built as a holiday home for Archibald Merrilees, an Aberdonian industrialist. Dylan, known for his love of Scotland, purchased the 16-bedroom mansion in 2006 for £2.2 million, along with his brother. The property features 11 bathrooms, multiple reception rooms, and is set within 25 acres of land. The sale was completed earlier this year, with whisky producer Angus Dundee Distillers reportedly being the new owner. Dylan’s affinity for the Scottish countryside and culture is evident in his music, with lyrics from his Grammy-winning 1997 album, “Time Out of Mind,” referencing the Highlands.

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