Easier Property.com recently featured the Isle of Taransay a breathtaking 3,445 acre island which is currently on the market for 2 Million pounds. Located in an exceptional setting in the Outer Hebrides, Taransay is made up of two islands connected together by a peninsula of sand, with spectacular white sandy beaches, rugged cliff faces and heather moorlands forming its remarkable and unspoilt landscape. The island is steeped in history having been inhabited since about 300 A.D. when it was home to Celtic pagans. Throughout history it has been the site of fierce battles including the Massacre of Taransay in 1544, when the Morrisons of Lewis invaded. It was recently home to a different kind of battle as it was home to the television show Castaway. Here is what Easier Property had to say. ” The original buildings on the island were renovated and since 2002 have been used as self-catering holiday cottages.
This is the question asked by Honalulu’s Star Advertiser as journalist Floyd K Takeuchi discovers private islands are more than desserted islands. Here is what he had to say.
Is There Anyone Who Doesn’t Have a Private Island Fantasy?
Although well-known in the island world , Antigua has largely gone unnoticed in the mainstream. This is changing with a growing number of Europeans scouting real estate on the Caribbean island of Antigua, lured by its legendary 365 beaches and the explosion of upscale properties that have come on the market in recent years. Jumby Bay a exclusive private island resort is leading Anituga’s reimaging with the recent completion of a 28$ renovation. In addition to the hotel, where rooms are furnished with mahogany four-poster beds and marble baths, there are 49 privately owned homes