Complete solitude costs £200,000 in Scotland
A house located in one of the most remote parts of the UK has been listed for sale for £200,000 and promises shedloads of peace and quiet as well as breathtaking views.
The property is one of a select few available across the UK property market today that offers a perspective of total privacy.
For the last thirty years the cottage has been owned by Fisherman Mick Simpson and his wife Joyce who have completed a total renovation programme on the property. The property in question is a stone cottage dating back more than one hundred and eighty years and is located on a peninsula respectfully regarded as Britain’s ‘last great wilderness’ – and is surrounded by three acres of land close to the shore of a sea loch on the Knoydart peninsula in the West Highlands of Scotland.
The nearest community is a village located nine miles away and another village can be accessed across Loch Hourn.
While not connected to the national grid electricity is provided by a diesel generator and heat is supplied by wood and coal burning stoves.