Planning permission in principle was granted on 24th February 2016 for the erection of a single dwellinghouse under reference 15/03519/PPP by Argyll and Bute Council. Copies of correspondence relating to the planning consent are available from the selling agents.
Copies of documentation relating to the grant of planning consent may be obtained from the selling agent.
The plot is set back from the B8073 on the iconic west coast of Mull with a wonderful south westerly outlook over the Atlantic. The plot forms part of a small settlement of houses at Normann's Ruh, but is in a rural situation with spectacular scenery.
Some local amenities such as village shops, primary school at Ulva Ferry and Cafes are accessible at Dervaig or Salen, whilst further amenities are available at Tobermory.
Outside the buzz of Tobermory, the Isle of Mull boasts an extraordinary and diverse scenery. From the dramatic Gribun cliffs and the shark-fin peak of Ben More to the white sands of Calgary Bay, Mull has undoubted appeal for all. A multitude of sea lochs give Mull over 500km of coastline to be explored by kayaks, yachts, divers or on land by foot or mountain bike. The awe-inspiring landscape is also a strong lure for artists of every discipline.
Accompanying the varied scenery is a range of wildlife. Mull is home to a variety of rare birds including golden eagles, whitetailed sea eagles and hen harriers. The island is famous for its roaming herds of red deer, and otters may be seen dining on brown trout on the Ross of Mull or playing in secluded bays. Cetacean and shark watching trips are a favourite with tourists, as are trips to the Treshnish Isles to visit the local puffin and seal populations, or to Staffa to admire the stunning geology of Fingal's Cave.