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Pictured: The detached property was built in 1822 by Telford as a coaching inn on the main route from Scotland to London.
A Scottish manor house constructed by the man known as 'Britain’s Builder' has gone on sale for less than £900,000.
Telford Manor House was built by Thomas Telford, who constructed iconic bridges, canals and roads throughout the UK, making it the perfect home for engineering fans.
The house in Beattock, near Moffat, Dumfriesshire, has 11 bedrooms and seven bathrooms and is currently being used for self-catering accommodation which can sleep 26 guests.