The beautiful Isle of Ulva, off Mull’s west coast, is up for sale.
Its name comes from the Norse word for Wolf Island – Ullfur – and the first settlement dates back to 5,600 BC.
Now, it’s on the market for the first time in 70 years – with a price tag of £4.25million. Included are 4,583 acres, a Grade B listed house built in 1950 to replace a house destroyed in a fire, and a Thomas Telford church. The estate includes a restaurant and tea room that are let out, as well as eight other properties including small cottages and a sporting lodge.
Estate agents Frank Knight describe it as “one of the finest private islands in northern Europe” with “unique heritage and conservation value with incredible wildlife, birdlife and sea life”.