Loch Caol Cottage, Ardfenaig, Bunessan, Isle of Mull, PA67 6DX
Guide Price £125,000
3 bedroom Detached Bungalow for sale: Loch Caol Cottage, Ardfenaig, Bunessan, Isle of Mull, PA67 6DX
Guide Price £125,000
- A generously proportioned detached bungalow
- Enjoying fine views over Loch Caol
- In a peaceful rural situation
- Porch : lounge : dining room : kitchen
- 3 bedrooms : bathroom
- 0.7 acre garden : garage : workshop
- In need of significant upgrading
A CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF OFFERS HAS BEEN FIXED FOR FRIDAY, 18 DECEMBER 2020 AT NOON.
Loch Caol Cottage, peacefully located at Ardfenaig between Bunessan and Fionnphort, sits in mature garden grounds extending to 0.7 of an acre and enjoys an excellent degree of privacy without isolation with fine views over Loch Caol and the surrounding countryside.
The Island of Mull, one of the most accessible of the Inner Hebrides, with regular ferry services to/from the mainland at Oban and Lochaline, is an area of outstanding natural beauty with a varied landscape and spectacular coastline, providing an excellent habitat for wildlife. There are sheltered bays, sandy beaches, woodlands, lochs and mountains and an abundance of flora and fauna. The Island provides for a wide range of interests and outdoor pursuits, hosting a car rally, music festivals and other cultural and historical events.
Bunessan is the largest village on the Ross of Mull, at the southern end of the island, offering a range of amenities including a Post Office, doctor's surgery, primary school, shops and a popular hotel serving bar meals. Further services are available in the neighbouring village of Fionnphort from where the ferry crosses to Iona with its world famous Abbey. Tobermory, the capital of the island, is located 45 miles away by car at the northern end of the island. The main ferry terminal at Craignure is about 33 miles away.
Loch Caol Cottage, peacefully located at Ardfenaig between Bunessan and Fionnphort, sits in mature garden grounds extending to 0.7 of an acre and enjoys an excellent degree of privacy without isolation with fine views over Loch Caol and the surrounding countryside. Of non-traditional Dorran construction, the cottage requires a significant amount of further upgrading but the generously proportioned and versatile accommodation already benefits from a new central heating boiler, some replacement double glazing and offers the potential to be modernized into a fine family home equally well suited as a permanent residence, island retreat or for residential or holiday letting purposes. The well established garden grounds with garage, summerhouse/workshop and sheds, all with power supplies, add to the amenity of this excellent redevelopment opportunity.
DETAILS OF ACCOMMODATION
Porch with outer door, cloaks recess, broom cupboard, light pendant, carpet tiles, inner door to
Kitchen: 5.35m x 3.37m windows to front and side, well fitted with an extensive range of wall mounted and floor standing units and worktops, oil fired Aga, stainless steel sink unit, plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher, integrated fridge, hatch to attic, phone point, spotlight rail, carpet tiles.
Dining Room: 2.7m x 3.4m window to rear, central heating radiator, fitted store cupboard, light pendant, carpet tiles.
Inner Hall with central heating radiator, recessed book shelving, light pendant, fitted carpet.
Bedroom: 3.4m x 3.55m window to front, 2 built-in wardrobes, whb in recess, striplight/shaver point, light pendant, fitted carpet.
Bathroom with window to rear, 3 piece suite with mixer shower and splash tiling over bath, 2 built-in linen cupboards, central heating radiator, heated towel rail, light pendant, fitted carpet.
Bedroom/Study: 3.62m x 2.77m window to rear, central heating radiator, 2 built-in wardrobes, wash hand basin, phone point, light pendant, fitted carpet.
Bedroom: 3.55m x 4.75m windows to rear and side, central heating radiator, shallow built-in cupboard, phone point, light pendant, fitted carpet.
Lounge: 3.1m x 6.1m bay window to front and window to side, 2 central heating radiators, bookshelving, phone point, fitted carpet.
Cloakroom with side window, wc & whb, heated towel rail, light pendant.
Garden: Extending to 0.7 of an acre the garden and grounds offer a delightful combination of mature shrubs and bushes, a sweep of lawn and an uncultivated area dropping toward the shore of Loch Caol.
Garage: 5.8m x 3.2m of timber construction on a concrete base with up & over vehicle access door, power supply and light.
Summerhouse/Workshop: 6.0m x 3.5m of timber construction with power supply and light. Two further timber sheds also with power supplies.
Home Report: Available on request from the Selling Agents.
Council Tax: Band E.
EPC Rating: D57.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Drainage to septic tank.
Guide Price: One Hundred & Twenty Five Thousand Pounds (£125,000). Offers are invited and should be submitted to the Agents.
Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment with the Selling Agents.
Money Laundering Regulations: Under Money Laundering Regulations we are required to carry out due diligence on the successful purchaser to allow the sale to proceed.
Tel: 01631 563901