Victoria Cottage is a sweet stone cottage in upper Tobermory on the Hebridean island of Mull. The traditional stone-built house is an end-of-terrace property with a white-painted exterior.
The sitting room is light and has good views out over the harbour and an open fireplace; the kitchen is large and has a recessed stone fireplace and the dining room is another useful reception room.
Upstairs are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside the rear garden is terraced, predominantly paved and west facing which makes it an excellent place to entertain when the sun is out. Also outside is a stone-built lean-to store.
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A final addition is an old bakery, accessible from both the front and rear garden. This comprises a store, former bakehouse and a kitchen, and could be converted into residential accommodation or integrated into the main house, subject to necessary planning permissions.
Tobermory is a popular tourist destination and as such has all possible amenities including dining, cultural and shopping opportunities as well as churches and a secondary school. The island of Mull has much to recommend it, from wildlife which includes puffins, seals and otters to annual music and arts festivals. Ferries to the mainland leave regularly to Oban.
The guide price is £219,000. For further information please contact Bell Ingram on 01631 566 122 or visit www.bellingram.co.uk.
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