Peacefully situated on the edge of the principle town of Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, this fairly level building plot extends to approximately a quarter of an acre and has a pleasant outlook across the surrounding countryside whilst benefiting from easy access to the town’s facilities and amenities. The plot benefits from planning permission in principle for a single or one and a half storey house.
Tobermory was built as a fishing port in the late 18th century and is now the main centre on the island. This picture-postcard town has brightly painted buildings along the main street to the pier with high wooded hills surrounding the bay. The town has a good variety of shops, hotels, and other accommodation and is the administrative centre for the island. The harbour is always busy with fishing boats, yachts and the ferry to and from Kilchoan during the summer months. The Island of Mull is the most accessible of all the Inner Hebridean Islands, only a two hour drive North-West of Glasgow and a 45 minute sailing from Oban, which makes it a very popular tourist destination. Mull is wonderfully diverse, with towering sea cliffs, powder white sandy beaches and a large mountain range with the peak of Ben More rising to over 3,000 feet.
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