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Buy a title and become a Scottish Laird, Lord or Lady 

If your looking for an unusual gift for that hard to buy for person, or perhaps something different for yourself, we have one of the most unusual gift ideas available - your own plot of land complete with a genuine Scottish title.

Our unique offer gives you the opportunity of owning a small piece of a Scottish Highland Estate on the beautiful island of Sanday, giving you the right to use the title:

Laird, Lord or Lady of Glenmore / Kingsdale

You will own one square foot (30cm X 30cm) of land on the Glenmore or Kingsdale Estates which are situated on the historic island of Sanday.

ariel view of sanday scotland


What is a Scottish Laird? The term "Laird" is a traditional Scottish title that can be used by an owner of land in Scotland, so regardless of the size of your estate, you have the right to use this title by becoming a Scottish landowner. Lord can be used as an alternative to Laird, and Lady for female plot owners.

Scottish ancestry or background is not required to become a Scottish landowner, and we have owners from many countries in Europe, America, Australia and Japan. 

As Proof of Ownership You Will Receive:

scottish laird title deeds

  • A beautiful A4 sized personalised ownership deed inscribed with your name and individual plot number and Scottish Laird crest.

  • A proof of title card with your unique plot number.

  • An Ordnance Survey map of the estate, with full grid references indicating the location of your plot.

  • Information about the islands history and wildlife.

  • A colored map of Sanday with helpful tourist information, should you decide to visit the island. 

The documents come in a beautiful glossy presentation folder wich protects the documents and provides a great way to give the titles as a gift.

Suitably framed, the land title deed makes a very impressive wall display which will be sure to find pride of place in your home or office.


Why buy a title of Scottish Laird, Lord or Lady?

  • It's a great novelty gift idea which is sure to be appreciated by anyone of Scottish background or ancestry. 

  • What better way is there to celebrate your Scottish roots than by owning a little piece of "the old country". 

  • It's fun, but with a serious side of helping to preserve Scotland's land for future generations. 

  • It's a very unique gift idea for occasions such as birthdays, weddings or Christmas, and makes a great fathers or mothers day gift. 

  • It is excellent value. 


There are no taxes or fees with owning your land plot. Your only commitment is for the initial purchase cost.

This is a unique opportunity to own a small piece of a historic Scottish island and to protect the environment for future generations.


Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

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We're so sure you will be delighted with your Scottish Laird, Lord or Lady title that we offer you a simple, risk-free guarantee. Order your title and keep it for 90 days. If you are not 100% satisfied with your title, simply return the documents and proof of title card to us for a full refund with no questions asked.


How to become a Scottish Laird, Lord or Lady

The price of your Laird, Lord or Lady title package is £29.99 UK Pounds.  This includes the purchase of your land plot, your title deed document, maps and plot location information, and proof of title card. Plots can be purchased as a gift and registered in the recipients name.

Order more than one plot at the same time, and you will receive a special discount. Please click the button below to claim your discount.

Please click the button below to visit our order page. Your order will normally be dispatched within 2 working days.


order your Scottish laird title
 

 

Sincerely,

 

Tom Canavan
Highland Heritage Services

 

 


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