Strongarbh Park, Tobermory

 

Features

  • Detached House
  • 3 / 4 Bedrooms
  • Elevated situation
  • Views over Tobermory & Sound of Mull
  • Private Garden
  • Holiday Rental Potential
  • EPC Rating – D67

Description

A 3 / 4 bedroom one and a half storey detached house occupying an elevated situation within a quiet residential area in upper Tobermory enjoying views over the town and towards the Sound of Mull.

Rooms:
Porch/Utility – Hall – Kitchen – Lounge – Dining Room – 3 Bedrooms – Bathroom – Shower roomOverview:
4 Strongarbh – A 3 / 4 bedroom one and a half storey detached house occupying an elevated situation within a quiet residential area in upper Tobermory enjoying views over the town and towards the Sound of Mull. This well presented property offers spacious rooms in a practical layout. The accommodation comprises a rear entrance porch which serves as a utility room. A light hallway leads to a modern kitchen diner, bright and spacious lounge featuring large windows and enjoying views to the front. Next to the lounge are 2 bedrooms, currently used as a dining room and study. On the ground floor there is also a modern bathroom. Upstairs, a bright landing leads to two generous bedrooms, both with large Velux windows making these rooms bright and offering far reaching views over Tobermory and the Sound of Mull. Access to spacious under eave storage is available via small hatch doors in each bedroom. Both of these bedrooms have benefit of a modern shower room on this floor. Under the property is a large cellar offering excellent additional storage space. The property benefits from oil-fuelled central heating and double glazing throughout. This property would make an ideal permanent home but equally is suited to being a holiday home or holiday rental. Viewing is highly advised.Outside:
The property is surrounded on 4 sides by a private garden, mainly laid to grass with flower beds, raised beds and colourful heather garden. Surrounding the garden is a wooden fence and fuschia hedge. Two wooden sheds offer additional external storage. The large of which benefits from lighting and power. To the side of the house is driveway parking for 3 cars.Location:
As well as a good range of shops and places to eat, Tobermory has a thriving community and many excellent amenities, including a school for 3 -18 year olds. The town is the venue for numerous events throughout the year from plays and ceilidhs to concerts, sports days and the famous Mull Rally. The golf club – a 9 hole course on a hilly site – is also a popular local venue and offers spectacular panoramic views of Ardnamurchan and Loch Sunart. Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides with a population of approximately 2,700. Tobermory, which was built as a fishing port in the 18th Century, is the largest town on Mull. The island is well serviced by transport links, including regular ferry services from the mainland via Oban to Craignure, Lochaline to Fishnish and Kilchoan to Tobermory. There is also a landing strip near Salen for light aircraft and a main road linking the North East of the island with the Ross of Mull to the South West. Mull is home to many species of wildlife and birds of prey, including the fourth largest eagle in the world – the white tailed and has the densest population of golden eagles in Europe, as well as basking sharks, minke whales, porpoises , dolphins and seals.Viewing
Viewing strictly by appointment through West Property – 01631 569 466
  • Address: Tobermory, Scotland 
  • Price: £230,000 
  • Placed By : www.west-property.co.uk 
  • Area:
    Islands Market 
  • Phone Number: 01631 569 466 

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