Exceptional, Modern Bank Conversion
An exceptional, modern bank conversion, located in the charming port of Mallaig with views over the harbour. Maoldon Bank forms a stunning home with potential for further development or an exciting business opportunity.
Dating back to 1932, Maoldon Bank has been thoughtfully renovated to create a luxurious home, boasting impressive features with high-end specification fixtures and fittings.
Maoldon Bank forms a charming former bank, which in recent years has been modernised and refurbished to create a superb and impressive townhouse with commercial unit, located in the heart of Mallaig and enjoying direct views over the centre to the busy fishing port.
In excellent order both internally and externally, the property benefits from newly installed double glazed window units and oil fired central heating. The first floor of the property was completely refurnished to create a stunning family home and boasting a feature pitch pine staircase, bespoke stone and oak fireplace, solid cream wood kitchen units with quartz work surfaces, modern bathrooms and oak flooring, whilst retaining the charm of the original wooden doors. The ground floor has planning for commercial use and/or has the potential to create further residential accommodation subject to planning, with the original bank vault located here and is a most attractive and unique feature.
The flexible and spacious accommodation on offer would provide the successful purchasers with a superb permanent home, idyllic holiday retreat or an exciting business opportunity.
Externally, the property offers a parking area and garden shed, offset with raised flowerbeds.
Mallaig is a popular west coast village, situated at the end of the “Road to the Isles” from Fort William to Mallaig. With its coastal situation, it is an ideal location from which to explore this extremely attractive part of the Highlands. Ferries operated by Caledonian MacBrayne and Western Isles Cruises sail from the port to Armadale on the Isle of Skye, Inverie in Knoydart, and the Isles of Rùm, Eigg, Muck, and Canna. The village itself has hotels, restaurants, shops, superb bakery, gallery, primary and secondary schools, while further facilities are available in Fort William, to which there is a link by both road and rail, including the Jacobite Steam Train.
Commercial Area One 8.5 x 6.1 (about 27’9
Commercial Area Two 4.1 x 3.6 (about 13’6 x 11’9)
Cloakroom 2.6 x 1.6 (about 8’6 x 5’3)
Bedroom 4.2 x 3.5 (about 13’9 x 11’6)
En-Suite Shower Room 2.9 x 1.8 (about 9’6 x 5’9)
Utility Area 2.4 x 1.5 (about 7’9 x 5’)
Bathroom 2.7 x 1.9 (about 8’9 x 6’3)
Open-Plan Lounge, Kitchen & Dining Room 6.7 x 4.8 (about 22’ x 15’9)
Bedroom 4.8 x 3.0 (about 15’9 x 9’9)