The castle is home to a world-famous closed herd of deer for breeding stock and trophies. The farm has successfully exported deer all over the world and in 2007 sold the record stag with 50 points to a Middle Eastern buyer. The deer stock are included in the sale.
A lease exists to shoot over the adjoining Forestry Commission land which entends to over 1300 acres and Roe deer stalking is currently sublet on an annual basis to a local syndicate.
The castle also contains an extensive and varied collection of antiques, arms and armour which includes longarms, pistols, polearms, armour, crossbows, swords, daggers, chainmail, and much more as well as a number of antique bronze cannons. In addition to this re much fine antique furniture pieces, artifacts and paintings including some old masters and the majority of these contents will be included in the sale. A full inventory will be made available to interested parties.
The property also includes a Barony meaning the owner will become the Baron of Midmar. Its situation is convenient to reach: the castle is just 16 miles from Aberdeen on the east coast of Scotland and its international airport and also 15 miles from Banchory to the south.