Mull Over A Perfect Hebridean Hideaway
Friday, September 27th, 2013
on behalf of Bell Ingram
A charming property on the Isle of Mull, which offers house hunters splendid isolation and spectacular views across the Atlantic has been brought to the market by Bell Ingram
Langamull, a traditional estate house which occupies a remote smallholding on the North coast of the island, accessed via the forestry road running through the North-West Mull Community woodland, between the villages of Dervaig and Calgary is available at offers in the region of £350,000.
Offering three, good-sized bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a sizeable rustic style kitchen, along with two large public rooms, the property is further enhanced by the panoramic views towards the islands of Rum and Coll and offers an idyllic lifestyle opportunity for families and couples.
The property sits within over five acres of ground including extensive gardens and also benefits from a substantial steading building, offering an ideal development opportunity to create holiday letting accommodation.
Although only a couple of miles from the famous beach at Calgary Bay, Langamull also benefits from another, white sand beach just five minutes walk away at Bagh Chrossapol.
TRANQUIL PROPERTY WITH A TASTE OF THE OUTDOORS
Gregor King from Bell Ingram said: “This is a wonderful property, warm and spacious and best of all it offers stunning views of some of Scotland’s finest scenery.
“The property itself has been well maintained, and offers traditional features such as open fires, timber panelled walls and stripped pine flooring throughout. Although it would benefit from some redecoration in places, a new occupier could move in pretty much straight away.
“The enclosed garden features a fruit and vegetable patch perfect for budding gardeners looking to grow their own produce and the traditional, stone built agricultural buildings are in good condition and offer significant potential.”
Despite the tranquil surroundings and secluded position, basic amenities are within easy reach. The small, picture perfect village of Dervaig is only 5 miles away and provides a primary school, shop and pub.
Slightly further afield lies the popular tourist destination of Tobermory which offers all the services you would expect of a small town as well as a number of cultural and leisure opportunities.
Gregor King from Bell Ingram added: “With over 500km of rugged coastline, Mull boasts extraordinary and diverse scenery.
“For buyers keen on the outdoors there is a never ending prospect for exploration by foot, bike, kayak or yacht.
“There is also a variety of wildlife including otters and a host of rare birds such as golden eagles, white-tailed sea eagles and hen harriers.
Mull is the second largest of the Inner Hebrides and is reached by regular ferry from Oban with a connecting train service from Glasgow.
Established 112 years ago, Bell Ingram has 130 professional staff across 11 UK offices, including chartered surveyors, estate and forestry managers, architects, green energy specialists and estate agents.
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