Station House, Bunlossit, Roy Bridge, PH31 4AG

Price Guide £290,000.00
  • Charming, Traditional Detached Cottage
  • Village Location with Mountain Views
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen
  • Dining Room/Sitting Room
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Modern Bathroom & Shower Room
  • Mainly Double Glazed & Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Large Garden Grounds
  • Private Parking
  • EPC Rating: E 49

Property Description


Quietly situated, in the desirable residential area of Bunlossit in Roy Bridge, with views to the surrounding mountains, Station House forms an utterly charming, traditional, detached cottage. Full of character, and deceptively spacious, the property is nestled in the most delightful, extensive, garden grounds, providing an assortment of green spaces, including an ample, private, parking area. Benefiting from oil fired central heating, the property is mainly double glazed, and is conveniently arranged over one level. Both the bathroom and shower room have recently undergone modernisation, whilst the remainder of accommodation is very flexible and offers generously proportioned rooms. Due to the size and location, Station House would be ideally suited as a fantastic family home, as an idyllic holiday retreat or as an investment opportunity for the buoyant holiday letting market.

Set within the heart of spectacular Highland scenery, Roy Bridge is a popular village approximately 13 miles from Fort William. The village has a café, two hotels and a church, with further facilities and amenities available at Spean Bridge some 3 miles distant and a wider range available in Fort William itself. Notwithstanding its village status, Roy Bridge has the distinction of being on the Glasgow-Fort William railway route and offers travellers a route to Glasgow, as well as the overnight sleeper to London.


Entrance Hallway

With single glazed, panelled front door. Hatch to loft. Doors lounge, bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and dining/sitting room. 

Bedroom 3.9m x 3.8m

With double window to front. 

Bathroom 2.9m x 2.3m

With frosted window to side. Fitted with modern white suite of WC and wash hand basin, set in white, gloss vanity units, bath and fully wet-walled, shower cubicle with Mira shower. Wet-walling and tiled splashbacks. Heated towel rail. 

Lounge 5.3m x 3.9m

With triple window to side. 

Bedroom 3.7m x 3.5m (currently used as an office)

With two windows to rear. 

Bedroom 4.0m x 3.5m

With two window to front. 

Bedroom 3.9m x 3.4m

With two windows to front and one to side. 

Shower Room 2.7m x 1.3m

With frosted window to side. Fitted with modern white suite of WC and wash hand basin set in vanity unit, and fully wet-walled, shower cubicle with Mira shower. Heated towel rail.

Dining/Sitting Room 4.1m x 3.5m

With two windows to rear. Tiled fireplace. Panelled ceiling. Shelved alcove. Door to kitchen. 

Kitchen 3.5m x 2.8m

With triple window to side and window to front. Fitted with limed oak effect kitchen units, offset with granite effect work surfaces and splashback. Integral double oven. Gas hob with extractor hood over. Stainless steel, one-and-a-half bowl sink unit. Built-in cupboard, housing hot water tank. Plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. Panelled ceiling. Laminate flooring. Door to rear porch. 

Rear Porch 2.5m x 1.2m

With single glazed window to rear. Fitted wall cupboard. Door, with single glazed panel, to rear garden. 


Station House is approached by a private gravelled driveway, providing ample parking, and is complemented by it’s surrounding, extensive, enclosed garden grounds. Laid in the main to lawn, with gravelled and paved pathways around, this delightful garden is well stocked,  featuring matures trees, hedging, bushes, shrubs and seasonal planting, providing colour and interest throughout the year. Three garden sheds and two greenhouses, all of which require works, are also included in the sale. A dilapidated detached, corrugated iron garage, also features to the front.

Travel Directions

From Fort William, proceed north on the A82 for around 7 miles to Spean Bridge. In the village, proceed over the bridge, turning right on to the A86, Newtonmore road. Continue for around 3 miles to Roy Bridge village, and take the second turning on the right, after the Roy Bridge Hotel, signposted Bunlossit. Follow the road straight ahead, and Station House is located on the right hand side, at the end.