The Moorings provides spacious family accommodation laid out over two floors in an idyllic coastal location on the Herbridean island of Mull. The build has used quality modern and traditional materials such as natural solid oak board flooring, solid hardwood joinery work, quality porcelain and travertine tiling and dressed marble and granite surfaces.
The sitting room has a fine open stone fireplace and slate hearth, and the well-equipped fully integrated kitchen features a new electric Aga. The drawing room is at the south end of the house and has been created from the original stone croft. The room features a dressed stone fireplace with delicately carved thistle motif and high-vaulted ceiling. A solid oak staircase leads to the first floor and all four bedrooms.
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The Moorings is a rare example of top quality rural living. The house provides excellent principal private residence accommodation as well as offering possibilities as an investment property for use in the holiday rental market or indeed as a luxury second home. The layout of the house is such that it could (with the appropriate consents) be split to create owners and or separate guest or B&B accommodation, as Mull has a thriving near year-round tourist trade.
The Moorings sits on the beautiful east coast of Mull in the area known as Aros, about six miles to the south of Tobermory, the island’s capital town. Mull is one of the most stunning and easily accessible Western Isles of Scotland with regular ferry services across to Oban on the mainland.
The guide price is £750,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 0141 225 3883 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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