A Hebridean bothy is up for sale on the isle of Eigg, with islanders hoping for a buyer who will become an "active" member of the community. 

The small island is located off the west Highlands coast and has around 100 residents. 

And now you could join them, with the island's community-run heritage trust seeking offers over £65,000 for Sandamhor bothy. 

The single roomed house hosts on outdoor toilet and a cast iron wood-burning stove for heating and cooking, but according to the trust requires "extensive renovations and improvement".

Access to the bothy comes via a rough track and boasts impressive sea views towards the mainland as well as a quarter acre of land. 

Having been used as holiday accomodation in the past, now islanders hope for a buyer who will become a dynamic member of the small community. 

As a result, the trust will not necessarily accept the highest offer, instead seeking the person likely to contribute to the 8x5km island. 

It is the islanders themselves who own Eigg and has been in community ownership since 1997. 

Most of the island's energy comes from renewable sources including wind farms, with islanders keen to move away from reliance on diesel generators. 

You can travel to Eigg on the small isle ferry service from Mallaig, which also takes passengers to Rum, Muck and Canna. 

The ferry journey takes 1 hour 20 minutes, with the summer timetable available from April 26 to October 17. 

The closing date for offers on the bothy is November 1 2021.

For more information on the property or to arrange a viewing, contact homeoneigg@isleofeigg.org.