With far reaching views across the loch to the mountains beyond, Seilisdeir is a well presented three-bedroom house situated on a substantial plot of land on the picturesque Isle of Mull.
The ground floor of the house comprises of an entrance hall, utility room with WC and a large family lounge with attached dining room and fitted kitchen, creating the perfect place to entertain. A door leads through to a separate annex, with entrance lobby, wet room bathroom with full disability specifications, a large double bedroom and conservatory.
A solid wooden staircase leads from the entrance hall to the first floor where a central landing provides access to two double bedrooms, one of which benefits from an en-suite shower room. These front-facing bedrooms offer stunning
views across the water, and a clever combination of velux and conventional windows flood the rooms with natural daylight.
The spacious family bathroom has been the subject of recent modernisation and is very well specified with a bright and airy feel. The central landing also incorporates several large cupboards, one of which houses a modern centralised
hot water system.
With a plot area extending to around one acre, the property offers a fantastic opportunity for those looking to enjoy a lifestyle change close to the waters edge. It is currently operated as a holiday let and is also well suited as a bed and breakfast, offering a potential for secondary income.
Seilisdeir is set in a ground area of approximately one acre and the sale includes a large static caravan with additional utility room and garden office / hobby room, detached woodshed, detached shed for garden equipment, private
home-office in an elevated position, and hardstanding for campervan or caravan parking. There is also plenty of space to store a boat and other water sports equipment.
The front garden of the house overlooks the loch and is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the ever-changing views.
An area of land to the side of the house has previously been granted planning in principle under Argyll and Bute reference number 18/00413/PPP, offering buyers the potential to sell
as a building plot or to build an additional building in the existing grounds.
The property is sure to attract significant interest in the market, and early viewing is highly recommended.
Situated in the village of Lochdon, the property 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.