An Tigh Beag, Glen Lochy, By Tyndrum, FK20 8SB

Price Guide £225,000.00
  • Traditional Stone Built Cottage
  • Semi-Rural Location
  • Countryside Views
  • Business Opportunity
  • Lounge
  • Dining Kitchen
  • Utility
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Double Glazing
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Garden
  • Off-Street Parking with Carport
  • Timber Workshop
  • Stone Outbuilding
  • EPC Rating: F 33

Property Description


The subjects of sale form a charming, traditional stone built cottage, situated on the outskirts of Tyndrum at Glen Lochy. Enjoying deceptively spacious accommodation in a convenient layout over two floors, An Tigh Beag is in very good order and benefits from double glazing and gas fired central heating. Due to the size and location, the property would be suited to a number of uses including a fantastic permanent home, idyllic holiday home or as an exciting investment for the very buoyant self-catering holiday market, as is currently used. Originally built as a railway house in the early 20th Century, the property has been upgraded in recent years, whilst retaining many original features and boasts generous, well maintained and established garden grounds, with stunning views towards Meall Odhar.

Glen Lochy is a very small hamlet on the A85 road between Tyndrum and Dalmally, surrounded by magnificent scenery in the heart of this hill-walking countryside. The area is home to several Munro and Corbett mountains, whilst cycling, fishing, golf and skiing are all available nearby, with an abundance of wildlife present, including golden eagles, deer and woodpeckers. The nearby village of Tyndrum is 4 miles away and links routes between Glasgow, Oban, Glencoe and Fort William, and is also a popular tourist destination which lies on the West Highland Way, the 100 mile walk from Glasgow to Fort William. The village offers a variety of services which include mini market shops, the popular Green Welly Stop with petrol station, a hotel, pub, The Real Food Café, Artisan Café, TJ’s Diner as well as village hall, campsite and hostel. There are also two railway stations present, Upper Tyndrum which provides the rail link to Fort William and Mallaig with Lower Tyndrum providing the link between Oban and Glasgow.


Entrance Hallway

With glazed, UPVC front door. Stairs to upper level. Wood panelled walling and ceiling. Doors to lounge and dining kitchen.

Lounge 4.5m x 3.1m

With window to rear. Feature Morso multi-fuel stove set on tiled hearth with brick surround and wooden mantel. Wood panelled walling and ceiling.

Dining Kitchen 4.5m x 4.4m

With windows to front and rear. Fitted with beech effect kitchen units, offset with granite effect work surfaces.  Stainless steel one-and-a-half bowl sink unit. Tiled splashback. Stainless steel extractor chimney over. Built-in understair cupboard. Tiled flooring to kitchen area.  Feature Morso multi-fuel stove set on slate hearth with brick  surround. Wood panelled walls and ceiling. Door to rear hallway.

Rear Hallway 3.0m x 0.9m 

Built-in cupboard, housing Worcester boiler. Wood panelled ceiling. UPVC door to rear porch. Door to bathroom and open to utility.

Bathroom 2.3m x 2.1m

With two frosted glazed windows to side. Fitted with white suite of WC, wash hand basin and bath with mains shower over. fully wet walled Wood panelled ceiling. Tiled  flooring.

Utility 2.1m x 1.9m

With double window to front. Belfast sink. Wood effect work surface. Plumbing for washing machine. Clothes pulley. Wood panelled ceiling. Tiled  flooring.

Upper Level


With triple window to front. Hatch to loft. Wood panelled walling and ceiling. Doors to bedrooms.

Bedroom 4.5m x 3.1m

With window to rear and small, secondary glazed window to side. Feature decorative cast iron fireplace with wood surround and mantel.  Built-in storage hatch. Wood panelled walling and ceiling.

Bedroom 4.5m x 4.2m

With window to rear. Feature decorative cast iron fireplace. Built-in storage hatch. Wood panelled walling and ceiling.


The property benefits from established garden grounds and is accessed by a private, gravelled parking area to the front of the property, with carport. Laid in the main to lawn for ease of maintenance, the grounds feature mature trees, shrubs, bushes, fruit trees and seasonal planting, along with two patio areas, one paved and one bark covered. A detached timber workshop, stone-built outbuilding, comprising a workshop and two separate storage areas, along with a wood store are also located in the grounds and included in the sale.


Mains electricity. Private water supply. Drainage to septic tank.

Travel Directions

Travelling west from Tyndrum on the A85 Glasgow to Oban road, An Tigh Beag is approximately 4 miles along on the left hand side, signposted.