Druimghigha is a typical island hill farm on the west coast of Mull
Druimghigha is a typical island hill farm on the west coast of Mull

Spectacular views from traditional hill farm on the west coast of Mull

An exciting opportunity to purchase a traditional island hill farm has arisen.

Bell Ingram present to the market Druimghigha, a typical island hill farm, which extends to approximately 279.22 acres (113 ha), on the west coast of Mull.

Offering spectacular views, the farm is centred around the farmhouse, and adjacent to the farmhouse there are the self-catering cottage and agricultural buildings.

Druimghigha is a typical island hill farm on the west coast of Mull

The farm is set well back from the public road and is approached over a private drive way, giving privacy and seclusion.

The farmhouse, which sits in an elevated position overlooking the farm with excellent views over open countryside to the sea was originally a traditional West Highland farmhouse with a northerly outlook.

Offering spectacular views, Druimghigha is centred around the farmhouse

The building has been significantly extended to create additional accommodation and is partially double glazed as well as having some secondary double glazing.

The farmhouse accommodation is laid out over two floors and comprises:

Ground floor – entrance hall, larder, bathroom, old kitchen, sitting room, study, conservatory.

First floor – kitchen, dining room, lounge, bedroom one, bedroom two, bedroom three, bathroom and utility.

Inside the stunning Druimghigha

To the north west lies the bothy which is constructed in a traditional manner of stone under a slate roof. The Bothy, which also enjoys wonderful views, is single glazed and benefits from electric central heating.

The accommodation which is laid out over two floors comprises:

Ground floor – two double bedrooms, utility room and bathroom

First floor – a sitting room, kitchen and double bedroom and en suite shower room.

Bell Ingram present Druimghigha to the market

The main farm buildings are located within the curtilage and comprise two byres, one used for the storage of feed and general equipment, the other for livestock handling.

The farm land, which extends to approximately 294.18 acres (119.05 ha), is designated as Severely Disadvantaged Less Favoured Area and comprises 144.63 acres (58.53 ha) of permanent pasture/rough grazing and 148.04 acres (59.91 ha) woodland.

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