Looking for an ecofriendly, quirky gift to give a loved one this Christmas? How about their own slice of the Scottish Highland, thereby giving them the honorary courtesy title of Lord or Lady? www.highlandtitles.com
Introducing Highland Titles, this Gift is in the Title.
Did you know Scottish landowners have long been known as Lairds, which simply means Lord or Lady?
Located in Scotland, Highland Titles is a Reserve that sells small souvenir plots of land which allows owners to use the courtesy title of Laird (landowner, lord or lady). The title Laird is a descriptive title traditionally afforded to Scottish landowners or, more commonly, by those living and working on the estate. Laird is a Scottish word and is simply the Scottish form of the English a Lord The female equivalent is a Lady.
Money from each sale goes towards important conservation work, helping preserve Scotland’s wilderness. The land purchased is managed as a nature reserve complete with many regeneration projects for Scottish fauna and fauna. Scotland’s official tourist board, Visit Scotland has recently awarded Highland Titles Nature Reserve at Glencoe Wood, and amazing 4 out of 5 stars as a tourist attraction. Land forms part of the Keil Hill estate, which is run as The Highland Titles Nature Reserve. All the owners of land (The Lairds, Lords and Ladies of Glencoe) take great pride in the environmental project; saving Scotland one foot at a time. Fully compliant with Scottish law.
Plot sizes range from one to 100 square feet while prices start from around 30 GPB (AUS$54).