Situated in a wonderful elevated position with panoramic views across Tobermory harbour, Mosshill offers buyers an exciting opportunity to acquire an extremely well-presented, two-story maisonette, offering a combination of both family and bed and breakfast accommodation over two levels.
A private gated entrance leads from Main Street, giving access to a granite stepped entrance located at the rear of the property. A vestibule/boot room leads through to a hallway which, in turn, gives access to the private family accommodation.
To the left, a spacious double bedroom has a bright and airy feel thanks to a combination neutral décor and wooden floors. A decorative fireplace is set in the gable wall, creating a wonderful focal point within the room.
The master bedroom is located to the front of the property, enjoying glorious views across the bay, with a third double bedroom also being accessed from the hallway, recently adapted for use as a walk-in wardrobe.
The family lounge is also located to the front of the property, warmed through by a multi-fuel stove. It is the perfect place to sit and watch the marine activity during the summer months. Adjacent to the family lounge, a fourth bedroom also looks over the bay and can be adapted for use as a home office or study.
A spacious family kitchen is located to the rear, comprising of a fitted kitchen, island breakfast bar and separate dining table. The kitchen design offers a combination of wooden floor and wall units, complimented by a granite effect worktop. A double oven and hob are integrated within the design, along with a freestanding fridge freezer and dishwasher. A cupboard in the corner of the kitchen conveniently houses a washing machine and dryer.
The family bathroom is also located on the lower floor, with a crisp, modern design incorporating a three-piece bathroom suite. A shower is positioned over the oval shaped bath.
Stairs lead from the hallway to the upper floor, where further accommodation is provided by way of two double bedrooms and a twin / family room. The front facing double bedrooms each capture the scenic views thanks to dual aspect Velux windows incorporated into the coombed ceiling design. The twin room is positioned at the rear of the property. All three bedrooms on the upper level benefiting from en-suite bathroom facilities.
With seven bedrooms in total, Mosshill offers a flexibility and opportunity seldom seen in traditional family homes. The building forms part of the iconic seafront at Tobermory and is thought to date back to the mid-1700s when it was the original home of the Free Church in Tobermory.
A wonderful combination of family living coupled with the option of a totally private bed and breakfast operation makes for an exciting lifestyle opportunity.
A gated private path leads from the road through a narrow garden around to the rear of the property where steps give access to the property. Additional steps lead to a terrace garden, with a seating area surrounded by mature shrubs and bushes creating a glorious sun trap.
The garden extends to a second level, giving opportunity for BBQ, additional seating or planted garden areas. Free parking is available on the road outside the property.
Interest in the property is likely to be high and early viewing is recommended.
Mosshill is situated directly on the seafront of the colourful harbour town of Tobermory. The town is a popular tourist destination and provides an excellent range of dining and shopping opportunities as well as offering primary and secondary schooling, a medical centre, churches, a golf course and a distillery.
The Isle of Mull is the second largest island within the Inner Hebrides. The island is accessed via a regular car ferry service from Oban to Craignure. Services from Lochaline and Kilchoan on the Morvern and Ardnamurchan peninsulas respectively are also available. There is a small airstrip at Glenforsa suitable for private aircraft and a main line train service operating several times daily between Glasgow and Oban - some connecting directly with the ferries.
Mull boasts an extraordinary and diverse range of scenery, wildlife and leisure activities which brings large numbers of visitors throughout the year. The island also hosts a number of music and arts festivals plus the annual Tour of Mull car rally. In the sea surrounding Mull there are various trips provided to local puffin and seal colonies and to Iona, as well as the island of Staffa where many tourists visit Fingal's Cave.
Floor plan 1
From Oban, take the Calmac ferry to the Isle of Mull, arriving in Craignure. Upon leaving the ferry, turn right and follow the road for approximately 21 miles to Tobermory. Turn right at the roundabout and follow the road down the hill to Main Street. Mosshill is located at the far side of the harbour, with the entrance path clearly marked by a Bell Ingram Sale Board.