English Fort Stack Rock Island for sale at a low price
An island off the coast of Pembroke Shire has been offered for sale at £ 400,000, less than the cost of a one-bedroom apartment in London.
According to the Daily Mail, the island includes an old fort called Stack Rock, a fortified fortress built between 1850 and 1852 to protect Britain from the French invasion of Napoleon III. This fort is where the person who will buy the island , Consisting of three floors connected to spiral staircases.
Although the island is currently uninhabitable, it “represents a huge and lucrative opportunity for the buyer, as its maritime location can be used to build tourism projects,” said Ross McKenzie of Purple Breaks, Which is currently overseeing the island.
The company explained that this cheap price to be sold by the island resulted from the nature of the rock and beyond the urban.