Circular shaped Scottish holiday cottage with just one room for sale for staggering sum of £250,000
A five-star holiday cottage on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula on Scotland’s west coast with just one room has gone on sale for offers over £250,000 ($331,000, €281,000 or درهم1.2 million).
Shaped like a seashell and of a style akin to something out of either The Hobbit or Teletubbies, ‘The Seashell’ was built to make the most of the views it enjoys over Loch Sunart and the Morvern Hills beyond.
The wood clad building is primarily formed from natural materials, including honed tree trunks from local forests, and an eco friendly turfed roof dotted with wild flowers. Accommodation consists of an open plan living-sleeping-dining-kitchen with a double spa bath, a separate wet room, cloakroom and utility room.
Aside from 0.2 acres of surrounding land, The Seashell is available either with or without an additional 0.5 acre plot that that comes with full planning permission for an additional dwelling.
A larger adjoining 3-bedroom contemporary house on a 1.19 acre plot, Aspen Lodge, is also for sale. Offers over £450,000 ($596,000, €506,000 or درهم2.2 million) are sought for it and a closing date of Tuesday 21st November at 12 noon has been set for offers for both properties by agents the Galbraith Group.
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I could see myself and a birdie having a lot of fun here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No wrecking ball required!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
As a property professional, I would observe that the price might be a little “way out” to many but it is unique and the setting is especially grand. It will sell well – very well. I reckon £305,000.
” You reckon”
God, you are such an infernal bore. Why on earth do you need to irritate with your idiotic, “as a property professional”?
Don’t you think that with all this boring repetition we have got it?
You must live alone: no one could put up with such a halfwit
On one level which makes it appealing to a pensioner like me but very isolated so thus no. Very overpriced given you could buy a castle for that elsewhere in Scotland!
Speaking as a property professional it will never sell for this. It wouldn’t get a mortgage and is hopelessly overvalued……..
What with no public transport or wheelchair access, and the isolation, it would suit a Rambo type.
Not speaking as a property professional of course.
I’d buy it yesterday if they knocked a 0 off the price 🙂