Sunday, 17 September 2017

Looking at and from Glenelg

There is something about Glenelg - the place with the longest palindromic name in Britain -  that has the feel of 'an island on the mainland' together with views of Skye. There are two properties currently on sale there with prices that are somewhat different. Knight Frank has Scallasaig Lodge a six-bedroom traditional sporting estate property at £595k and Goldsmith & Co has Corsaig Cottage, above and below, at £150k.

Scottish Islands Explorer - always looking at islands
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