How Scottish Conservation Group Highland Titles Can Make Anyone A Lord and Lady

How Scottish Conservation Group Highland Titles Can Make Anyone A Lord and Lady

With the holidays right around the corner you’re likely working your way through your Christmas list, checking off cousins, grandparents and maybe a few co-workers as you go, but there’s always someone who you save for last. The one person who is undoubtedly impossible to shop for and even the thought of trying to get them an espresso machine or monogrammed pajamas just seems silly. But this year you can gift them something that’s truly unique—land ownership in Scotland and a fancy new title of Lord or Lady to ring in the New Year. Get your monocles and diadems ready.

Highland Titles is a conservation group dedicated to protecting the natural woodlands and open-ground habitats of the Scottish highlands from being developed. They are able to do this through the sale of souvenir plots in Glencoe Wood, Duror and Mountainview, Lochaber, beautiful green areas filled with lush forests, streams, lakes and animals that call the preserve home. With a native woodland that once covered most of the country, the forests have been diminished to only one percent of the area, but with the purchase of conservation land, 100 percent of the profits go to planting new trees, restoring lakes and reintroducing native species to the environment. And in addition to preserving the ecological balance of the highlands, the land becomes yours and all of the rights that come with it—including Scottish titles.

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