Scottish island up for sale for 5.6 million dollars
The island of Ulva in the Inner Hebrides archipelago off the coast of Scotland for sale at a price of 4.25 million pounds (about us $ 5.6 million). It is a mansion, Church, restaurant and other properties. The area of land holdings — more than 1,800 hectares.
About it reports The Telegraph.
On the island there is a mansion, a Church, a restaurant and eight other real estate — cottages and Lodge. The area of land holdings — more than 1,800 hectares. The island’s length is 12.07 km, width — 4.02 miles. Since 1945, the family owns Howard. The sale is real estate Agency Knight Frank.
The island was the inspiration for the poem by English writer sir Walter Scott’s “Lord of the Isles” (1815). On Alve lived the famous African Explorer and missionary David Livingstone (1813-1873). In 1950 it was visited by Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II) on Board the Royal yacht Britannia. Currently, the island’s population of 11 people.
On the territory there are a large number of birds: Buzzards, eagles, eagles, snipe, grouse, pheasants, woodcocks, and many others. Among the mammals there are deer, rabbits, hares, otters, stoats and hedgehogs. On the island there are no snakes, the only recorded reptile — slow worm.
Inner Hebrides (Inner Hebrides) is an archipelago off the West coast of the UK, the Eastern part of the Hebrides. Consists of 36 inhabited and 43 uninhabited Islands.