Scottish Castles Are Cheaper than New York Apartments
Geege Schuman stashed this in Real Estate
Stashed in: Europe
The Wall Street Journal reports that there has never been a better time to buy a huge country estate way the hell out in Loch Nowhere, Scotland, except perhaps during the years when you could have purchased these castles for a large quantity of hay. Still, just look at these prices! Every castle must go!
A fantasy highland home—whether it be a full-scale castle, a sporting estate or a historic country house—is becoming an increasingly appealing addition to the property portfolios of the superrich... According to data from estate agent Savills, the average price paid in 2007 for a prime country house was $1.856 million. Today, prices are struggling to return to that high point, standing at $1.127 million.
There's no jobs at the castle these days.
Location, Location, Location...:)