Coupland Castle boasts a fascinating history, originating in the late 1580s with the Pele Tower being the last fortified building to be constructed on the Border. Before the tower was built, the Coupland lands belonged to Sir John de Coupland who captured the Scottish King at the Battle of Neville’s Cross in 1346.
The property has been extended over the centuries and the earliest part is the fourstorey main tower, probably built towards the end of the 16th century, after the finding of a Border Commission in 1584. In the intervening centuries the Castle has been skilfully maintained and embellished to provide striking accommodation that is elegant and grandiose, whilst showcasing its superb architectural details, and high ceilings that enhance the sense of light and space. In addition to the main house, there is ancillary accommodation in the form of a 3-bedroom cottage within the courtyard, and a 3-bedroom lodge.
Coupland Castle is approached along a sweeping tree-lined driveway that culminates in a parking area to the front of the Castle, providing a delightful sense of arrival. Set within 25 acres.
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