A STUNNING island property is for sale for only £775,000 – complete with a swimming pool, it’s own jeep and a shipwreck.
The secluded six-bedroom property also boasts a games room, Jacuzzi bath and a dressing room.
The new owner can sit back and relax in the sitting room come cinema room – complete with projector and surround sound.
Or, enjoy a swim in the 17ft exercise swimming pool with a counter current – while looking out onto the scenic views from high patio windows.
And, the property house in Leim, Isle of Gigha, has some interesting historical ties too.
A stones throw from the newly renovated property lie the remains of a shipwreck – in the bay below the house.
The ship, Challenge, was carrying a cargo of timber from Canada in November 1880,when it foundered in a storm and broke up on the rocks of Leim Point.
The Isle of Gigha itself was purchased for £4m in 2002 in a community buy out – and the area has been flourishing since.
The stunning island property in Leim, to the south of the isle, is not only based beside an airstrip – but comes with its own off-road jeep.
However, the jeep doesn’t have an MOT – and is for island use only.
The breathtaking expansive home would be perfect for an island retreat or for a potential B&B.
Nestled amongst the dramatic coastline, a stones throw from the beach and with a private courtyard that includes a small pond- the property is not one to miss.
The property boasts a total of six bedrooms, five bathrooms and five reception rooms – all freshly renovated during an extension in 2008.
The seller Strutt and Parker describe the property in the brochure as: “A stunning coastal property situated in a fabulous, elevated position, a stone’s throw away from Leim beach. The property would make a wonderful home, holiday home or a charming boutique Bed & Breakfast for those seeking an income and the advantages of the island way of life.
“The ground floor has a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room as well as a further bedroom and a shower room and WC.
“There is also an impressive 17ft exercise pool with counter current and a sauna. Off the pool-room is a large study, currently furnished as a double bedroom.
“On the first floor, there is a striking sitting room come cinema with wonderful views from west and south facing windows with access to a large, raised terrace. The sitting room is equipped with a screen, projector and surround sound system.”
The brochure adds: “The property enjoys a range of eco-friendly and energy saving features, these include double glazing throughout, a Stiebel Eltron three phase ground source heat pump with linked solar panels that serve radiators throughout many rooms while others benefit from wet underfloor heating.
“The hot water provided by the heat pump is supplemented by an electric emersion heater. The master en suite and family bathroom both benefit from additional electric underfloor heating.”