The house has many amazing features including a courtyard garden, living room and a series of large bedrooms.
But there is one addition that will delight the young – or the old.
The property has an indoor slide that winds to the kitchen area from a child’s bedroom.
The addition has generated a lot of interest online – with Facebook users calling it “home goals.”
Officers at Alyth’s house near Dundee said the little ones would always be at the table on time.
“From one of the children’s bedrooms, you access a whirling slide that leads to the breakfast room next to the kitchen on the ground floor,” said McEwan Fraser Legal.
“Any child will love this unique feature and will never be late for a meal again. “
A real estate hunter joked, “I don’t know where Alyth is, but we have to live over there in THIS house. “
Another said: “If I had a house like this I would be so happy. “
And others say they would move north of the border for a chance to buy, asking partners: ‘Fancy moving to Scotland?
The huge property has a granny annex option, as well as two double bedrooms used for vacation rentals.
It sits on nearly an acre of land – and covers 483 square meters.
And Scottish property isn’t the only one on the market with a secret to the new buyer.
A Cornish cottage priced at £ 800,000 may seem standard from the street – but the rear garden opens directly to the sea, with just a small terrace dividing the property from the waves.
The master bedroom also has a balcony directly overlooking the view.
Staffordshire house hunters were surprised with a £ 400,000 time-warp house.
The retro three-bed – which hasn’t been touched for decades – transported potential buyers to the 1970s with its old-fashioned decor.
Meanwhile, a £ 600,000 three-bed family home in Cheshire hides an incredible, secret astroturf-covered roof terrace.
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