Can't help you with the price
but I do think it's a very nice boat and one that would certainly tempt me if I were looking to buy one in southern Scotland!
Seeing the pics reminds me of my first awareness of bilge keel
sailboats which was rather shocking to me. I was staying aboard my first cruising sailboat, a 35' Hinckley Pilot, on it's mooring
during what passes for a hurricane
watching all the other boats in the harbor thrash around with things coming loose and blowing away. Winds were probably only about 40 knots max so technically it wasn't a hurricane
by the time it got to us but it had been one that got a lot of publicity as it made its way up the east coast
. Anyway, as I sat in my cockpit
watching the storm and the harbor goings on, in motors a sailboat similar to yours, and proceeds to motor
right towards the beach behind us. I thought he was crazy or had lost
but was powerless to "help" him. He proceeded to continue right up to the beach and stopped just short of it, grounded out at nearly high tide, but as the tide went out he stayed upright and motionless on dry land while the rest of us continued to thrash around and break things out in the harbor. I could see the owner sitting calmly in his cockpit
during the rest of the storm watching all of us, and even getting out and apparently walking into town. I was very impressed by the whole concept
of being able to ground out while staying upright. What a great boat for gunkholing in areas with big tides!
Good luck with your sale!