Glencairn, Glenfinnan, PH37 4LT

Price Guide £330,000.00
  • Striking, Detached, Modern Bungalow
  • In Pristine Order & Beautifully Presented
  • Desirable Village Location
  • Generous Lounge with Impressive Bay Windows
  • Dining Room with French Doors
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen with Premium Appliances
  • 3 Bedrooms (Principal En-Suite Wet Room)
  • Family Bathroom
  • Oil Fired Central Heating & UPVC Double Glazing
  • Spacious, Enclosed, Garden Grounds with Ample Private Parking
  • Detached Garage with Roofed Drying Area
  • EPC Rating: C 71

Property Description


Peacefully located in the historic village of Glenfinnan, amidst spectacular Highland scenery, Glencairn forms a most impressive, detached modern bungalow, set in generous, private garden grounds, with separate garage and ample parking. In pristine order, and beautifully presented, this striking property has been upgraded in recent years, and boasts UPVC windows and doors, a contemporary kitchen with premium Neff appliances, oil fired central heating and internal oak doors, with fresh, neutral décor throughout. Offering deceptively spacious accommodation, conveniently arranged over one level, the large bright lounge with expansive bay windows, and dining room with French doors to the side garden and patio, are most attractive features. Complimenting the property itself, are the surrounding, fully enclosed, garden grounds, well maintained and ripe for further landscaping if wished. The separate garage is linked to the property by a useful roofed drying area and benefits from light and power. Due to the size and location, the property would be ideally suited as a permanent home, as currently used, as an idyllic holiday retreat or as an excellent investment opportunity, in a buoyant, self-catering, rental market.

Glenfinnan is situated approximately 16 miles west of Fort William at the head of Loch Shiel. It was at Glenfinnan that Bonnie Prince Charlie raised the Standard in 1745 and in later years it is perhaps more famous for its viaduct and setting of the school as featured in the Harry Potter movies. The village itself has a church, hotels, restaurant and the National Trust for Scotland Glenfinnan Monument Centre, whilst offering many outdoor activities including walking, climbing and sailing.


Entrance Vestibule 2.0m x 1.4m

With UPVC, frosted glazed, front door. Built-in cupboard. Door to principal bedroom and archway to lounge. 

Principal Bedroom 4.0m x 3.4m

With double windows to front and double windows to side. Built-in wardrobes, with mirrored, sliding doors. Sliding oak door to en-suite wet room. 

En-Suite Wet Room 3.2m x 1.5m

With frosted window to side. Fitted with modern white suite of WC, bidet, wash hand basin and open shower area, with mains shower. Fully tiled walls and flooring. 

Lounge 7.9m x 5.8m

L-shaped, with feature bay windows to front and two windows to front. Doors to bedroom and inner hallway. Fully glazed, French doors to dining room.

Bedroom 3.2m x 3.0m (currently used as a study)

With windows to rear. Built-in cupboards, with double oak doors.

Inner Hallway 3.2m x 1.2m

Built-in cupboard, housing hot water tank. Doors to bedroom, bathroom and kitchen/diner. 

Bedroom 3.2m x 3.2m

With window to rear.

Bathroom 3.2m x 1.9m

L-shaped, with frosted window to rear. Fitted with modern white suite of WC, wash hand basin and bath, with mains shower over. Tiled splashback.

Dining Room 3.7m x 2.6m

With double window to front and fully glazed French doors to side garden. Door to kitchen. 

Kitchen 4.6m x 3.3m

With windows to side. Fitted with modern, soft mushroom coloured, kitchen units, offset with wood effect work surfaces, upstand and splashback. Integral Neff oven and combination microwave/grill/fan oven. Neff induction hob with stainless steel Neff chimney extractor over. Two in-cupboard bins. Plumbing for washing machine. Built-in cupboard. UPVC door with frosted glazed panel to rear car port.

Garage 5.8m x 4.2m

With metal, up-and-over, door. Two windows to side and one to rear. Side entrance door. Light and power.


The property benefits from generous, enclosed, garden grounds and is approached by a gravelled driveway, leading to the garage, and providing ample parking and turning space. Well maintained, the remainder of ground is laid to lawn, offset with mature trees, shrubs and bushes and provides an ideal canvas for the successful purchaser to landscape further. A paved patio area, to the side, offers an excellent entertaining area, with a fully paved pathway around the whole property. Two decked areas also feature, one used as a low feeding table, enabling our clients to view the fantastic birdlife variety that frequent the grounds.

Travel Directions

Travelling from Fort William on the A830 ‘Road to the Isles’ to Mallaig for approximately 16 miles. On entering the village, pass the monument and continue up the hill past the church. After the turning for the railway station, take the first sharp left down Farm Lane and the property is located at the end of the road, on the left hand side.