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Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park

Why buy property in the Beautiful National Park of Scotland?

Scotland has become the United Kingdom’s jewel in the crown, and with increasing capacity into the Local and International airports, international tourism demand is growing year on year. It is a fact that in the National Parks the demand for property now outstrips supply.

It's jaw dropping scenery provides the perfect backdrop with its rugged landscape and ethereal geological features which have everyone in awe.

Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park was designated Scotland’s first national park in 2002. There are many things to do in Loch Lomond and it is a popular holiday destination for visitors worldwide in search of nature and outdoor activities.

The national park contains a diverse geography that includes 21 munros (Scottish mountains), two forest parks, 22 lochs, and over 50 designated special nature conservation sites. You could see a variety of wildlife such as Red Deer, Golden Eagle, Red Squirrel and Osprey. Loch Lomond itself is the largest inland stretch of water in Great Britain by surface area.

Visitors can spend a day visiting small villages, enjoy cruising on a loch in a historic steamship, rent a canoe or kayak, see Rob Roy’s gravestone, go climbing, biking, fishing and skiing is also close by in the Winter months. Even go wild at an aerial adventure park or hidden highland Safari. If you enjoy hiking, there are a number of short and moderate hiking paths to enjoy here. Scotland’s popular long distance paths which you could combine with a visit are the West Highland Way, Three Lochs Way and Rob Roy Way.

For all these reasons and demand for accommodation in this area Scottish Heritage Property are offering a select number of luxury properties for residential and buy to let investment.


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