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Land South East Of Kilmore, Dervaig, Tobermory, PA75 6QN

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£95,000

  • AB163-1101S
  • Development Site
  • Under Offer
  • Freehold
  • Isle Of Mull

A prime development plot with far reaching coastal views, located on the fringe of popular village of Dervaig on the Isle of Mull, extending to approximately 0.34 acres and benefitting from detailed planning permission for the development of a single residential dwelling.

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Andrew Fuller

Oban

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      Overview

      • • Prime development plot in popular island location
      • • Far-reaching coastal views
      • • Detailed planning permission for a three-bedroom detached property
      • • Gated entrance from the shared access road
      • • Picturesque rural setting
      • • Services located close by

      Set in a much sought-after area on the fringe of the village of Dervaig, The Land South East of Kilmore offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a prime residential plot with far reaching coastal views, a wonderful opportunity for those looking to develop their dream home in this popular island village location.

      The plot is served by a shared access track, leading to an entrance gate which denotes the plot entrance. Some groundworks have been undertaken, levelling the ground to prepare for the commencement of development.

      The plot benefits from detailed planning permission for the development of a single residential dwelling, details of which are available on the Argyll and Bute website under planning reference 22/01458/PP. The plans also show a double detached garage, located adjacent to the house.

      The Land South East Of Kilmore is located on the fringe of the popular coastal village of Dervaig, to the north of the Isle of Mull. The village supports a church, village hall, a local pub and a well-respected primary school. Secondary education is undertaken at Tobermory. Everyday requirements can also be found in Tobermory approximately 7 miles by car or bus. Dervaig has a traditional village store, located within the heart of this close-knit community.

      The property is a short drive from Calgary Bay, one of the island’s most popular and picturesque destinations. The local area is extremely popular with those looking to enjoy the many outdoor activities on offer, and the area is also popular with those keen on wildlife The Isle of Mull well connected to Oban by a regular ferry service. Oban is a vibrant port town with an attractive sea front and busy harbour.

      Mull boasts an extraordinary and diverse range of scenery, wildlife and leisure activities which brings large number of visitors throughout the year. The island also hosts a number of music and arts festivals plus the annual Tour of Mull car rally. In the seas surrounding Mull there are various trips provided to local puffin and seal colonies, as well as to Iona and the island of Staffa where many tourists visit Fingal’s Cave.

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      From the ferry terminal in Craignure, take the A849 north, signposted towards Tobermory. Continue through the village of Salen for 2.5 miles to Aros Bridge. Adjacent to the bridge, take the left turn and follow the glen road for approximately 11 miles to the village of Dervaig. Upon entering the village, at the T -Junction, turn right and follow the road through the heart of the village. Continue up the hill, passing the village hall on the left-hand side. Around 250 yards from the village hall, turn right into a shared access track, marked Balmacara. Continue along the track, following it round to the left where a vehicle gate provides access to the land.