Fountainhead sits in a pleasant, elevated position close to the centre of the popular island village of Bunessan on the Ross of Mull. With far reaching views over Loch na Lathaich towards Staffa and the Treshnish Isles, the property enjoys a pleasant outlook yet is only a short walk to the local amenities and a mile from the school.
The main settlement on the Ross of Mull, Bunessan has the usual village amenities including a shop, post office and a primary school. There is also a popular hotel serving bar meals, a restaurant, a doctors' surgery, a police station and a fire station. The local coastline is dotted with stunning white sandy beaches, and Fionnphort where the ferry crosses to Iona and its famous Abbey, is only five miles away. Craignure and the main ferry terminal are some 30 miles to the east and Tobermory is approximately 48 miles away at the north of the island.
Fountainhead is an exclusive development offering planning permission for the erection of 1 detached and 2 semi-detached houses complete with shared access and off street parking.
Planning Permission in Principle Reference Number 13/02933/PPP.
The planning consent offers the opportunity to build a small development of family homes or to create a holiday letting business.
A closing date may be set for the receipt of offers and interested parties should note their interest in the property
Entry will be by mutual agreement.
Viewers are encouraged to view. If you require any further information please contact the office.
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Particulars and photographs September 2015
The Isle of Mull
The second largest of the Inner Hebrides, Mull is a highly accessible island, being reached by a forty-five minute vehicular ferry from Oban. Services from Lochaline on Morvern and Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan peninsula are also available. There is a small airstrip at Glenforsa suitable for private aircraft and a main line train service from Glasgow to Oban with some trains connecting with the ferry.
The Isle of Mull boasts extraordinary and diverse scenery. From the dramatic Gribun cliffs and the shark-fin peak of Ben More to the white sands of The Ross, Mull has undoubted appeal for all. A multitude of sea lochs give Mull over 500km of coastline to be explored by kayaks, yachts and divers, or on land by foot or mountain bike. The awe-inspiring landscape is home to a vast range of wildlife, including golden eagles, sea eagles, otters and seals.
Due to its size and diverse range of attractions, Mull has a longer tourist season than many of the other Hebridean islands, continuing to receive large numbers of visitors into October. The island also hosts a number of music and arts festivals throughout the year.