Many of us have dreamed about owning our own private island and Scotland has many beautiful ones to choose from. Now that dream could become a reality, as this island off the western shore of Loch Lomond has gone up for sale
Available via Savills and Knight Frank, Inchconnachan Island spans around 103 acres and is available for offers over £500,000 - why not take a look around?
1. Inchconnachan Island
The island is has been in the ownership of the Colquhoun Family since the 14th century, but has been uninhabited for the last 20 years Photo: Savills
2. Abandoned bungalow
On the island is a derelict Colonial style timber bungalow that dates back to the 1920s, reportedly built by a retired tea merchant. The island has planning consent to replace this house with a lodge, boathouse and pier Photo: Savills
The bungalow was latterly the holiday home of Fiona Gore, Countess of Arran, who was at one time the fastest woman on the water and could reach a top speed of 102mph in a powerboat Photo: Savills
The island is approximately 33 miles from Glasgow, 24 miles from Glasgow airport and 77 miles from Edinburgh. The Luss conservation village also includes shops, restaurants, pubs and other amenities Photo: Savills