With a prominent waterfront position in the sleepy village of Lochdon on the picturesque Isle of Mull, Burnside offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a delightful two-bedroom property sitting in a wonderful surrounding.
The property is accessed via a stepped access from the front garden, with a vestibule leading into a central hallway. A family lounge sits to the left-hand side, with dual aspect windows offering views to the rear garden, and to the front,
with stunning views across the sea loch to the mountains beyond.
A recently refurbished kitchen / dining room sits to the right of the hallway and has a fresh and airy feel with superb views to the front thanks to the south facing window. To the rear of the house, accommodation is provided by way of two bedrooms, each benefitting from built-in wardrobe
A newly installed, modern family bathroom is located adjacent to the bedrooms, complete with cubicle shower and full-size bath. The property layout is completed by way of additional built-in storage cupboards in the hallway.
The property has recently been operated as a holiday home in recent years but is equally suited to the first-time buyer market.
The property is surrounded by an area of mature gardens, with some larger areas laid to lawn. The gardens offer spectacular views across the loch. Off road parking is available. The surrounding area is perfectly suited to those looking to enjoy the many outdoor activities that island living has to offer.
Situated in the village of Lochdon, Burnside is ideally placed to take advantage of the amenities offered by Tobermory, the ferry terminal at Craignure and the tourist attraction offered by the Isle of Iona, a short ferry journey from Fionnphort.
Lochdon itself has a primary school, with secondary education being undertaken in Tobermory. Craignure, supports an inn, a hotel, a bistro, a garage, a Spar shop and a hospital to serve the entire island. Near Craignure is a nine-hole golf course with outstanding views across the
Sound of Mull.
The second largest of the Inner Hebrides, Mull is a highly accessible island reached by a regular 45-minute vehicular ferry from Oban. 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.