A remote island off the coast of Orkney is up for sale for £300,000.
The Holm of Grimbister, with 40 acres, free electricity and even a seal colony, is on the market for the first time in two decades.
At half the price of an average London home and a population of just three, the isle is the perfect place to hide away from civilization.
The island includes a one-bedroom cottage as well as a mill and a stable.
Those living on the island can travel to the mainland by foot along a covered causeway, or drive at low tide.
Jamie Watson of Savills estate agents said: “What makes this place special is that the usual drawbacks to island living, such as a lack of mains services, access only by boat or helicopter and then only in good weather [...] simply don’t apply at Holm of Grimbister.
“It is only a short trip to Orkney’s capital, Kirkwall, which has all the modern conveniences required.’
The Holm of Grimbister was once named as ‘the loneliest farm in Britain’ in a 1948 magazine article.
A site has been leased for a 6 Kw wind turbine which provides electricity for the property and for export to the grid.