Lagg Cottage, Calgary, By Dervaig, Isle of Mull, PA75 6QY
Offers in Excess of £275,000
2 bedroom Cottage for sale: Lagg Cottage, Calgary, By Dervaig, Isle of Mull, PA75 6QY
Offers in Excess of £275,000
- An idylically situated detached cottage
- Enjoying an excellent degree of privacy
- With expansive views over neighbouring farmland to the seascape beyond
- Utility Porch : Kitchen : Dining Room : Lounge : Conservatory
- 2 Bedrooms : Bathroom
- Floored and Lined Attic In 2 Principal Areas
- Carport : 4 Workshops/Stores
- Garden Ground Extending To Three Quarters Of An Acre
An idylically situated detached cottage enjoying an excellent degree of privacy with expansive views over neighbouring farmland to the seascape beyond.
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.
The picturesque conservation village of Dervaig nestles at the head of Loch a'Chumhainn at the mouth of Glen Bellart, in a largely unspoilt area to the north of the island. Local services include a well-stocked store/post office, coffee/bookshop, hotels, including, reputedly, the oldest Inn on the island, primary school, Heritage Centre and the famous Dervaig Church with it's striking 'pencil' tower. The Islands capital of Tobermory, which provides a wider range of shops, professional services, leisure and recreational facilities is about 8 miles away from Dervaig.
Lagg Cottage is delightfully situated, enjoying an excellent degree of privacy off the beaten track and surrounded by Cailaich Farm, some 6 miles or so from Dervaig and just a couple of miles from the renowned sandy bay at Calgary. There are spectacular views from the house and garden grounds, which extend to three quarters of an acre, over the surrounding countryside and seascape to the islands of Muck, Eigg, Rum and Canna in the north and westwards to Coll and Tiree.
Of substantial conventional construction, the cottage which has been generally well maintained provides easily managed accommodation benefitting from double glazing and oil fired central heating with a particular feature being the bright and spacious conservatory. The floored and lined attic area, extensive range of workshops/stores and garden ground with ample parking/hardstanding, add to the amenity of this most appealing country cottage.
DETAILS OF ACCOMMODATION
Utility Porch with outer door, windows to side and rear, plumbed for washing machine, cloakhooks and shelving, tiled floor, double glazed inner door to
Kitchen: 3.4m x 2.2m double glazed window to rear, fitted with a range of wall mounted and floor standing units and worktops, oil fired Rayburn, built-in oven & 2 ring hob, 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit, plumbed for dishwasher, walls tiled at work areas, pantry, striplight, laminate flooring.
Dining Room: 3.0m x 3.2m double glazed window to side, central heating radiator, shallow shelved cupboard, tv aerial point, phone point, light pendant, fitted carpet.
Inner Hall with central heating radiator, double glazed door to conservatory, wall light, fitted carpet.
Living Room: 4.7m x 3.5m French doors to conservatory, double glazed window to side, tiled fireplace with Clarke multi-fuel stove, central heating radiator, alcove with store cupboard below, tv aerial point, ceiling light, fitted carpet.
Bedroom: 3.6m x 2.9m double glazed window to front, central heating radiator, 2 built-in wardrobes with storage above, light pendant, fitted carpet.
Bedroom: 4.0m x 3.45m double glazed window to side, central heating radiator, 2 fitted wardrobes with storage above, light pendant, fitted carpet.
Conservatory: 6.0m x 3.0m with outer door to garden, windows to each side, central heating radiator, wall light, laminate flooring.
Bathroom: 1.8m x 1.65m frosted double glazed window to side, 3 piece white suite with Redring electric shower over bath, walls tiled at suite, ladder radiator, fitted carpet, downlighters.
A fixed stair rises from the Dining Room to the Attic where there is a small landing area with Velux window to side and two further partitioned areas measuring 3.3m x 2.5m and 2.8m x 3.4m each with side Velux window, central heating radiator, lighting and fitted carpet.
There is a range of attached outbuildings/workshops comprising: Carport: (6.3m x 4.4m max.) on concrete base with inspection pit and Toilet with wc and sink off. Workshop 1: 6.5m x 3.35m central heating radiator, hot water cylinder, power and light. Passageway to Workshop 2: 2.7m x 4.25m external doors, power and light. Workshop 3: 2.8m x 4.25m window to side, central heating radiator, power and light. Workshop 4: 2.5m x 4.25m window to front and window to each side, central heating radiator, power and light.
Services: Mains electricity, private water supply, drainage to septic tank. 2kw array of pv solar panels and 2 wind turbines in grounds. Please note that the wind turbines are currently non-operational but we are advised that they are capable of re-commissioning at modest cost.
Council Tax: Band D.
EPC Rating: F31.
Home Report: Available on request from the Selling Agents.
Entry: By mutual agreement.
Price: Offers in excess of Two Hundred & Seventy Five Thousand Pounds (£275,000) 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 purchasers to allow the transaction to proceed.
Tel: 01631 563901