Bond villians alerted as private island goes on sale
Published by Max Salsbury for 24dash.com in Housing and also in Environment
A 238-acre Scottish island has gone on sale for £3 million
A 238-acre private Scottish island has gone on sale for £3 million.
Eilean Righ sits off the Argyll coastline in Loch Craignish and comes with a helicopter landing pad, two houses, a boat house and observatory.
Any master criminals who rely on email and Ebay for their schemes will be pleased to learn that the island also has high speed broadband access as well as mains electricity.
Scottish isles may not lend themselves to villainy as smoothly as South Pacific retreats, but nature-loving fiends will be soothed by the deer, otters, dolphins and ospreys that regularly visit the spot.
The island is currently owned by a former Goldman Sachs partner and used to be home to Sir Reginald Johnston, a retired tutor to Puyi, the last Chinese emperor.