Lagnagiogan offers well-proportioned accommodation over two floors and would benefit from some modernisation in places. It offers an idyllic lifestyle opportunity for a couple or small family.
The property is entered through a conservatory with a tiled floor, into an L-shaped hallway with wooden flooring, ceiling and a wood-panelled staircase to the upper floor.
The hall affords access to a comfortable sitting room which has an open fireplace and windows on two sides, with views of the surrounding countryside.
A quaint, wood panelled dining room is also situated off the hallway and features a three oven oil fired Rayburn range cooker which provides hot water and central heating to the property.
The ground floor accommodation is completed by a box room, family bathroom and kitchen. Off the kitchen is a useful, shelved utility room to one side and corridor entry to a rear porch on the other.
The staircase is lit by a small, decorative, stained glass window. A carpeted landing offers access to the two spacious double bedrooms and a second bathroom. The landing has a Velux window and allows access to a sizeable attic through a ceiling hatch with a fold-down ladder.
Each bedroom has a coombed ceiling with a dormer window offering stunning views over the countryside to Mull in the distance. The upper floor bathroom enjoys partial sea views and contains a bath, WC, wash hand basin and bidet as well as a heated towel rail and an elevated storage cupboard.
Lagnagiogan is a charming former croft house set in a peaceful and scenic rural location near the centre of the iconic island of Iona, close to both the village and the world famous Iona Abbey.
The ferry service from Fionnphort on the Isle of Mull to Iona operates regularly and takes just ten minutes. Iona supports a lively and thriving resident community and attracts thousands of visitors and tourists every year, keen to follow in the footsteps of St Columba. They are also drawn by the peace and tranquillity of the abbey and its environs, as well as the varied wildlife, the beauty of the landscape and the many secluded, sandy beaches. With the number of vehicles on the island restricted by permit, and no crime to speak of, Iona is a wonderful, safe environment for children and adults alike.
The island has a well-stocked general store as well as a number of other shops and businesses catering to locals and tourists providing general provisions, bicycle hire, souvenirs and food and drink. There is also a small post office, library, primary school, village hall, two hotels together with a restaurant/bar and various places of worship.
The second largest of the Inner Hebrides, Mull is a highly accessible island, being reached by a 45 minute vehicular ferry from Oban. Services from Lochaline on Morvern and Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan peninsula are also available. Local bus services covering the island are operated by West Coast Motors and there is a small airstrip at Glenforsa suitable for private aircraft. A main line train service operates from Glasgow to Oban, with most trains connecting with the ferry.