ONE of the Wee County’s most historic houses has undergone a stunning transformation and is now up for grabs for anyone with deep pockets.

Island House, a house situated at Alva Glen, lay in ruin for a number of years but has now been completely refurbished and is now the perfect home for one lucky family who can afford it.

The property is thought to have been built mid-18th century, circa 1767, when James Erskine, then Lord Alva, was developing the area.

It boasts an enviable six bedrooms with one of the finest gardens possible as it looks onto the Ochils.

The full description on property website Rightmove reads: “This flexible accommodation is spread over three levels and provides excellent home living and office space if required.

“It briefly comprises reception hall, w.c, lounge and dining kitchen with fully integrated appliances. On the first floor master bedroom with en-suite, guest bedroom with en-suite, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom.

“Second floor comprises two double bedrooms and second family bathroom.

“There are fully enclosed private gardens to the rear with patio area and country hillside views. Driveway to front for several cars and ample visitors parking.

“The property is fully double glazed with electric central heating.”

For anyone interested, it can be purchased for offers over £399,950.

To view the property, click here.