Nicky Archibald of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said:
Lower Mungosdail is in a tranquil rural setting on the beautiful and wild Morvern peninsula. Its elevated position offers lovely sea views across the Sound of Mull towards Tobermory. The property is ideally suited for permanent use but would also make a wonderful holiday home, with significant income generation potential. There are miles of unspoilt coastlines to explore in this area along with woodlands and great opportunities for spotting wildlife. Drimnin, about three miles away has an organic distillery and an artists’ studio. The village of Lochaline offers a good range of amenities and is a short drive from the house.
The architect-designed property, which dates from 2010, is in excellent condition throughout.
The practical and stylish interior includes a spacious entrance hall, ideal for storage, a well-appointed kitchen leading to a spacious dining area with doors leading to the timber decking outside. There is a large sitting room with wood burning stove, also giving access to the terrace; a games room / utility room which could be used in a number of ways including as an additional bedroom, and there is also a separate shower room on the ground floor.
On the first floor is a galleried landing with seating area and two double bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms. All of the interiors are attractive and well appointed. The property has been designed for maximum energy efficiency with high levels of insulation and high-quality Scandinavian Velfac doors and windows, solar PV panels and electric under floor heating in the entrance hall.
The Morvern Peninsula is known for its unspoilt, dramatic scenery and varied wildlife and is popular for hill walking, boating and fishing. The village of Drimnin, a short distance from Lower Mungosdail, offers direct access to the sea and is the location of the new Nc’Nean Distillery. Other local services at Lochaline include a post office, licensed shop, medical centre, community fuel, primary school and the award-winning White House seafood restaurant. It is also the ferry terminal for services to Tobermory on the Island of Mull a short distance away.
Further services can be found at Fort William to the north including shops, hospital, schools, leisure centre and train station.
Lower Mungosdail is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £330,000.