Plot at Larch Cottage, Tirindrish, Spean Bridge, PH34 4EU

Price Guide £75,000.00
  • Charming Building Plot
  • Elevated Position with Mountain Views
  • Desirable Location
  • Planning Permission in Principle
  • Approximately 0.4 Acre
  • Services available for Connection Close by

Property Description

Charming Building Plot

Nestled is an elevated position, providing panoramic views across the countryside towards to the Grey Corrie Mountains with Aonach Mor in the distance, the subjects of sale form a charming building plot. Extending to around 0.4 acres the plot benefits from Planning Permission in Principle for the erection of a house.

Within the plot is a cluster of mature Cypress trees which are to be preserved, these trees form a circle and are quite delightful to look onto.

Spean Bridge is a very desirable location offering a wide range of amenities for a village, including a local Spar shop, hotels, cafes, bistro, restaurant, golf course and excellent Primary School with Nursery. The village connects to the rest of The Highlands through its own train station, bus links and main A road. Additional amenities are available in Fort William, 10 miles away. The local area provides the opportunity to access a wealth of outdoor activities including the Great Glen and Nevis Range Ski Area, downhill and cross country mountain bike riding, hill walking, sailing, or exploring the footpaths along the Caledonian canal only a few minutes drive from the property.

Planning Permission

Planning Permission in Principle was granted on 16th October 2018 (Ref:18/00733/PIP) for the erection of a dwellinghouse. Copies of this Planning Permission and approved plans are available on the Highland Councils website or on request with the selling agent.


It will be the purchaser’s responsibility to connect to the services. Electricity and water will be to the mains and the drainage will be to a septic tank, exclusive to the property, within the grounds.

Area History

The surrounding area and particularly Tirindrish is steeped in history. Donald McDonnell lived at Tirindrish and it was he who launched the skirmish near here at High Bridge, which led to the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion.

Travel Directions

Travelling from Fort William to Spean Bridge, proceed over the bridge and turn right on to the A86. Proceed along this road for 3/4 mile and turn left before the end of the straight, where signposted Tirindrish House. Follow the tree-lined single track road and the turning to Larch Cottage is on the left hand side. The plot is located half way up the track.