For £375,000, roughly $575,000 US, one could still not afford the average 2 bedroom condo in Los Angeles, California. That’s because such a dwelling usually goes for around $748,000, give or take a few hundred thousand depending on exact city location. The money seems to go further in Scotland, where the 2,754 acre Aird Behag Estate on the Isle of Lewis is priced to sale through Knight Frank for just over £136 ($208) an acre. The stunning island estate’s coastline forms two peninsulas and spans three sea lochs. The grounds provide spectacular 360-degree views and have glens, rolling hills, hill lochs and headlands along with a healthy population of approximately 32 red deer. The property also comes with a 3 bedroom house that could use some modernized interior design but is running on solar power and a small wind turbine. A terrace from the house overlooks the bay. Scroll below for an aerial tour of the expansive Aird Bheag Estate.