Bob Dylan buys Scottish home

The singer's heart really is in the 'Highlands'

Bob Dylan has purchased a mansion in Scotland.

The US singer has snapped up a new pad at Aultmore House near Nethybridge, Invernesshire in the Cairngorms National Park with his brother.

Dylan has often expressed a fondness for Scotland and he even included a track called ‘Highlands’ on his 1997 album ‘Time Out Of Mind’.

Aultmore House was built at the turn of the 20th Century and it had previously been available to rent for £3,000 a night, reports BBC NEWS.