Inchconnachan is up for sale for offers over £500k, but its buyer must share it with a colony of marsupials
It is a rare opportunity, the chance to buy a heavily wooded uninhabited island on Loch Lomond, only a short row from the shore. Rarer still, this island comes with a mob of feral wallabies.
The island of Inchconnachan, a 42-hectare property held by the Colquhoun family for more than seven centuries, is on sale for offers over £500,000, complete with a ruined 1920s cottage and outhouses, secluded bays and gravel shores lapped by the loch’s gentle waves.
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