OR . . .
For the same suitcase of folding money, you could buy Bartragh Is. . . your own island just off the coast (at high tide) in Killala Bay, Co. Mayo:
Like Erraid, the island my sister called home for several years in the 90s, you can walk across the flats at low tide. But they are similarly a bit short on trees, because the whippy Atlantic gales make it quite inhospitable to young trees and it will take years of care and protection to establish a shelter belt. But maybe that's just tree-hugger me. In the last 90s, Nick Faldo wanted to make a classic Golf Links in the dunes. There is a bit of a house, helped into a ruinous condition by the local 'lads':
Ooo look. Trees! I implied that there were no trees; but I actually wrote that there were few trees for 170 ha. = 420 acres. On a good day, the views are clear but the title might be murky.