A private island off northern Scotland is up for sale for £250,000.
The unspoiled 63.75-acre island called Linga is in Vaila Sound on the west side of Shetland.
It is closer to Norway than mainland Scotland, and is described as “a place of spectacular scenery and beauty with an abundance of wildlife”.
The “scenic and sheltered” spot is close to the Shetland mainland, and has year-round access.
The island has two derelict cottages, with planning permission granted to rebuild them as well as to construct a new cottage.
It also has planning permission for the building of a pier, and a storage shed with reception area and new agricultural buildings.
A two-acre loch with a traditional watermill is also on the island.
Planning consent also includes a windmill and solar panels for power, septic tanks with reed beds for sewage and rainwater capture from the cottage and shed roofs to provide the fresh water supply making it eco friendly and energy efficient.