The ruins of a village mentioned to be haunted by a Seventeenth-century ghost have gone on sale.
The Previous Village of Lawers, on the north shore of Loch Tay in Perthshire, is up for grabs for presents of greater than £125,000.
The three-acre website features a personal seashore, semi-ancient native woodland and trout fishing rights.
It additionally contains Previous Lawers Church, inbuilt 1669, a mill, a kiln, the Home of Lawers and apparently the ghost of its final occupant, a lady who predicted the invention of trains and steamships.
The Girl of Lawers is believed to hang-out the village nonetheless and is remembered for making varied prophecies, a few of which appear to have come true.
She is alleged to have predicted the creation of the railway in a imaginative and prescient of “fire-coaches” crossing the Drumochter Go, in addition to the development of steamboats when she talked a few “ship pushed by smoke”.
She can be mentioned to have predicted the Highland clearances, when tenants have been pushed off the land to make method for sheep.
This affected her personal village within the Seventeenth century when many villagers have been evicted.
The ruins largely date to this time, though there’s proof of a settlement on the location earlier than 1473.
The 1841 census lists 17 individuals residing within the village however it was deserted early within the twentieth century.
Historic Setting Scotland describes the location as “an upstanding and well-preserved instance of a abandoned settlement”.
Jon Lambert, companion at promoting brokers Goldcrest Land and Forestry Group, mentioned: “That is an especially uncommon alternative to purchase part of Scotland’s heritage in one of the stunning locations within the nation.
“The sale presents a novel likelihood to be the proprietor and custodian of an space splendidly wealthy in historical past, romance and custom.
“The Previous Village of Lawers additionally presents fabulous amenity. The house owners can launch a ship on the loch and luxuriate in fishing, picnicking and tenting. It’s a very particular website.”