Set on the rugged coastline on the idyllic Isle of Mull, the plot is located in the coastal village of Fionnphort comprising one parcel of land extending to around 0.081 Ha (0.20 Acres).
The plot benefits from a central village location, within walking distance of the harbour and has partial views across the water to the popular Isle of Iona.
Draft architectural design concepts have been completed to show the house orientation and potential land usage.In house architectural design and build options are available. Please ask the sole selling agents for more information on this.
Planning Permission in Principal was granted on 24th October 2018 for the erection of a single dwelling house. More details on this can be found on the Argyll and Bute Council website using reference 18/01838/PPP. Alternatively, details can be made available from the sole selling agents by request.
The Island of Mull is one of the most accessible inner Hebridean Islands with car and passenger ferries arriving daily. The island is a popular holiday destination and is famed for its wildlife and outdoor pursuits. The village of Fionnphort, which means Port of the White Sands, is situated on the south west peninsula, the Ross of Mull. In the village there are several bed and breakfasts, guest houses, restaurants, cafés, a post office, well stocked general store and DIY shop. Further amenities can be found in Bunessan, which is approximately five miles away.
Fionnphort is a traditional small village situated on the Island of Mull. This busy ferry port, just a three-minute walk away from the house site, provides sailings to Iona and marine and wildlife trips to the Treshnish Isles. The village has a thriving community, bustling with tourists from around the globe who have come to visit the famous Isle of Iona, known as the cradle of Christianity. Iona is Scotlands second most popular tourist attraction and one of the most visited destinations in the UK. Fionnphort hosts a white sandy beach and is popular with dog walkers and kayakers. The village offers a lifestyle change and a slower pace of life.
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.