T3h2e Herald Magazine Saturday July 11, 2020 etc SCOTLAND’S HOMES FOR those seeking the ultimate retreat in one of Scotland’s most scenic settings, Inchconnachan Island on Loch Lomond offers 103 acres of oak woodland, secluded bays …and planning consent to replace a derelict colonial-style bungalow (reputedly built by a retired tea merchant in the 1920s) with a five-bedroomed lodge, boathouse and pier. Exclusive access to the island by boat will be created from the shores of Luss conservation village – a mere 25 miles from Glasgow Airport, which makes this very private island haven far from remote. Uninhabited for the last 20 years, Inchconnachan Island is both an Area of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation as well as being part of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with the property being marketed jointly by both Savills and Knight Frank, who are seeking offers over £500,000. LIVE THE ISLAND IDYLL ... IN ASSOCIATION WITH
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