Savills | Stag House and Otter House, Aros, Isle of Mull, PA72 6JS | Property for sale
1,950 sq ft(181.16 sq m)
Offers over £695,000

Stag House and Otter HouseAros, Isle of Mull, PA72 6JS

    Key features

    • Both Stag House and Otter House were built in 2009 to a high standard
    • Each villa is surrounded by large lawned gardens
    • Views from both to the gardens and beyond to the Sound of Mull
    • Double-height drawing rooms with mezzanine level
    • Well-proportioned fitted and modern kitchens
    • Both properties have been used as holiday rental accommodation
    • Could be sold individually if required

    A pair of superbly presented modern homes on the Isle of Mull.

    About this property

    • Stag House and Otter House were built in 2009 to a high standard and each detached villa is surrounded by large mainly lawned gardens with open views beyond surrounding properties to the Sound of Mull. The accommodation in both properties comprises on the ground floor: entrance hallway, reception hall, substantial open plan and double height drawing room with beautiful views to the Sound of Mull and wood burning stove; well proportioned and modern fitted dining kitchen with an excellent range of contemporary base and wall mounted units and integrated appliances; downstairs bedroom with en suite shower room; utility room and additional cloakroom / WC. The upper floor of both villas comprises two additional double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a mezzanine study overlooking the open plan drawing room.

      Both villas have been used for rental purposes in recent years and further details are available from the selling agent. It is also possible that the villas could be sold individually if required.

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    Local information

    • Both Stag House and Otter House are situated in the small village of Aros on the Inner Hebridean island of Mull, with superb coastal views towards the Sound of Mull.
    • The island of Mull was formed by volcanic activity many millions of years ago. Its northern coast is separated by the Sound of Mull from the land mass of the Ardnamurchan peninsula and it the most westerly point of the UK. The island is renowned for its varied and extensive wildlife, marine life, geology, landscapes and sea views together with numerous bridal ways and footpaths for walkers of all ages and levels of expertise including its very own munro, Ben Mor.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the Oban to Mull ferry – arrive at Craignure and turn right towards Tobermory passing through the village of Salen. Continue along the A848 towards Tobermory and pass Kentallen Farm on the right hand side and continue along this road for approximately half a mile. There is a sign on the right hand side of the road stating Stag House and Otter House. Turn right and proceed down the road and the properties are on the left hand side.
    • EPC Rating = C