Penmore House offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a beautifully restored traditional five-bedroom stone property with attached two-bedroom cottage, set in a picturesque rural location on the ever-popular Isle of Mull.
Penmore House offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a beautifully restored traditional stone property, positioned in an enviable location within the picturesque coastal settlement of Croig, to the north of the Isle of Mull.
This wonderful house currently offers a combination of family and holiday let accommodation and is set within mature grounds extending to approximately 1.33 acres.
Currently configured as a holiday let, the main part of the house is popular with visitors looking to explore this idyllic part of the island. Split across three levels, the property offers flexibility, with five bedrooms offering a combination of double and twin accommodation, with the upper floor twin room benefitting from an en-suite shower room.
Positioned on the first floor, a cavernous living room is the hub of the house, the perfect place for family and friends to gather. A multi-fuel log burner creates a focal point within the room, offering warmth and comfort in equal measure, while triple aspect windows offer superb views across the surrounding countryside.
The living room is easily large enough to accommodate a ten-seater dining table, located adjacent to the kitchen, which features a range of traditional farmhouse style wall and floor units, complimented by a contrasting worktop. The design incorporates an integrated oven and hob with space for a freestanding dishwasher.
Two bedrooms and a family bathroom are also located on the first floor of the property, with a separate shower room and fourth bedroom located on the ground floor.
A sizable communal space is also located on the ground floor, complete with pool table and games area, offering a breakout space for children to relax. The room layout also includes two single beds. Positioned to the rear of the main house, a converted byre offers family accommodation over a single level. The property is entered from the front, leading through to an open plan living space which features kitchen, dining and lounge areas.
A doorway leads through to a glorious garden room, offering panoramic views across the beautiful landscape. Each of the two bedrooms are accessed from the living space, along with a family bathroom and utility room. A separate laundry room is positioned adjacent to the middle bedroom.
Penmore House currently offers a unique blend of family and holiday let accommodation, however the flexible configuration would also suit those looking to create a family home in this much sought-after area of the island. Interest is likely to the high, and early viewing is highly recommended.
A sweeping gated driveway gives access to a sizable gravel parking area, easily large enough to accommodate several vehicles, with plenty of space for boat storage. The property benefits from far reaching open views to the front, with an area of garden located to the right.
To the left of the main house, the garden extends, with a sizable lawn area giving access to a walled garden, perfect for those looking to enjoy home-grown produce. The property is being offered with approximately 1.33 acres, however an option may exist to acquire additional land by separate negotiation.
Penmore House is located within the quiet settlement of Croig, to the north west of the Isle of Mull. The surrounding coastline offers stunning walks, perfect for those looking to explore this glorious part of the island.
The neighbouring village of Dervaig is home to a primary school and secondary education on the island is undertaken at Tobermory High School, approximately 12 miles by car or bus. Dervaig also has a traditional village store, located within the heart of the island community.
The property is a short distance 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.
Calgary Art in Nature is also a wonderful island attraction located within Calgary, offering a unique blend of artwork and natural design set within an idyllic woodland setting.
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.
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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 left and follow the road for approximately 3 miles, before turning right at the junction, signposted Croig. Follow the road for approximately ½ mile before turning left into the driveway for Penmore House. Parking is available to the front of the property