Traditional Scottish cottage in 2.5 acres beside Loch Lomond for sale for £75,000; it comes with several catches
A detached, stone-built cottage with outbuildings and 2.44 acres on the east bank of Loch Lomond in Scotland has gone on sale for just £75,000 ($97,000, €84,000 or درهم358,000) or 75% less than the price of an open air parking space in Hyde Park Gardens, London.
Doune Cottage, however, comes with several catches. Aside from being totally derelict, the property can be accessed only by ferry or private craft and foot from the West Highland Way footpath. Renovation works to make the property habitable thus will be both costly and complicated to orchestrate.
Aside from inspiring the famous 1841 song The Bonnie Banks O’ Loch Lomond, the setting is described by selling agents Galbraith as “idyllic and private” and the area as “well suited to the outdoor enthusiast”.
An ideal location for Mrs Ethel Jones. No internet so she not bombard us with her nonsense.
Yes, very Outlander.
Is that Jamie near the outhouse?
Perfect hideaway !!!
The property is actually up for offers above 95k
At the time of writing it was £75,000 so plainly the owner is going against everyone else’s view of the property market and increasing their price by 27%. Talk about ridiculous!