90 acre Scottish island for sale for less than the cost of a 212 square foot garage space in Knightsbridge, London
Though a garage not even wide enough to fit a Rolls-Royce Phantom is currently for sale for £660 per square foot or £140,000 for a 38 year lease, you could buy an entire Scottish island for £15,000 less.
Priced at £125,000 or just £2.87 per square foot, Insh Island, an uninhabited 90 acre island situated 10 miles due south west of the town of Oban in Argyll, consists of rough grass, rocky outcropsand cliff faces. It even has a natural cave that was allegedly the home of a Londoner named David Brearley from 1973 to 2003 and two ruined croft cottages also.
One of the Slate Islands, Insh rises to 226 feet and was originally named ‘Inis-Capul.’ Presently, it seems to be the preserve of ‘hillbaggers’ and Northern sea fan soft corals.
The Numbers – Inch Island vs. Knightsbridge garage
Garage, Denbigh House, Hans Place, Knightsbridge, London, SW1
Agents Ashdown Marks seek £140,000 ($172,000, €157,000 or درهم632,000) or £660 per square foot ($811, €741 or درهم2,979 per square foot).
Insh Island, Firth of Lorne, Argyll, Scotland
Agents Dawsons seek £125,000 ($154,000, €140,000 or درهم564,000) or £2.87 per square foot ($3.52, €3.22 or درهم12.95 per square foot).
Pointless place. Worthless.