BUYERS are being offered tours of a Highland cottage that belonged to the disgraced TV presenter Jimmy Savile.
It is to be sold at auction next week and prospective bidders have been invited to arrange viewings.
The sellers said there has been “a lot of interest” in the property – but declined to say how many have been to view Savile’s former retreat.
They confirmed that trustees of his estate wanted a “swift conclusion” to the sale of the cottage which has been vandalised.
The former Top of the Pops presenter bought Allt-Na-Reigh, near Glencoe, in 1998.
It is where he once entertained Prince Charles. The cottage has been targeted by vandals four times, including once earlier this month.
The two-bedroom house with “attractive views over Glencoe” has been listed by Ross Harper Property Auctions.