Isla Shaw of Galbraith said: “This is a lovely property in a great location. The accommodation on offer is spacious and flexible, and with its five bedrooms, it would be ideal as a permanent residence or as a holiday cottage, given the popularity of Mull as a holiday destination, with its stunning sandy beaches, history and wild coastal scenery.
“The setting of this property is both beautiful and highly convenient – with easy access to Tobermory and to the ferry terminal at Craignure. Salen is a very pretty village with a good range of amenities.”
Mossbank is a spacious and well-maintained property offering well-proportioned accommodation over two floors including: porch, hallway, two bedrooms on the ground floor, living room, bathroom, kitchen, utility room, three further bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor.
Mossbank has a large area of garden, mostly laid to lawn, with ample parking to the west of the house.
This property is in a superb position off a quiet lane. The delightful village of Salen, a short walk away, has shops, a restaurant, post office, coffee shop and primary school.
The village was developed as a commercial hub in the 1830s by Lachlan MacQuarrie, known as the ‘Father of Australia’, when a harbour and new stone houses were built. Salen and the area around it enjoys an idyllic setting with coastal walks, abundant wildlife and historic sites close by, such as Aros Castle.
The village is conveniently situated between Craignure, 11 miles to the south, which has daily ferry sailings to Oban, and Tobermory, 10 miles to the north, Mull’s main town with its range of shops and restaurants, secondary school and the award winning Mull Theatre and Mull distillery.
Mossbank is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £325,000.