Torr An Daimh, Tulloch, By Roy Bridge, PH31 4AR

Price Guide £230,000.00
  • Charming, Modern Detached Cottage
  • Idyllic Rural Location with Dramatic Mountain & Countryside Views
  • Dining Lounge
  • Contemporary Kitchen
  • 2 Bedrooms (Principal with Dressing Room)
  • Modern Shower Room
  • Open-Plan Sitting Room/3rd Bedroom Area
  • Double Glazing & LPG Fired Central Heating
  • Garden Grounds with Garden Shed & Private Parking
  • EPC Rating: C 76

Property Description


Peacefully situated, amidst spectacular, dramatic Highland scenery, the subjects of sale form a most charming, modern, detached cottage, set in appealing garden grounds with ample, private parking. In excellent order throughout and well presented, Torr an Daimh was built in a traditional style, using modern techniques, in 2006, and benefits from double glazing and LPG fired central heating. Boasting premium features, including oak interior doors, oak flooring, sash and case windows, underfloor heating to the shower room, an impressive oak staircase with balustrade, contemporary kitchen with granite work surfaces and principal bedroom with dressing room, the property is flooded with light and offers deceptively spacious accommodation, arranged over two floors. The open-plan area on the first floor, provides a superb, flexible space which could be used as another sitting area as currently used, as a children’s play area, an excellent work space due to the Superfast Broadband, or as another bedroom area. Due to the size and location, the property would be ideally suited as a superb family home, an idyllic holiday retreat or as an excellent investment opportunity in a very buoyant self-catering market.

The property is situated within the small hamlet of Tulloch, just off the A86, Fort William to Kingussie road, approximately four miles east of Roy Bridge village, with views to Stob Coire Easain and Stob a’ Choire Mheadhoin. An area of outstanding natural beauty, red squirrels, pine martens and hedgehogs frequent the garden grounds, whilst deer and birds of prey are regularly sighted. Further facilities are available at Spean Bridge, six miles distant, with it’s hotels, café, restaurants, Spar convenience store and well regarded Primary School & Nursery. The principal town of Fort William is around twenty five minutes by car. There is good access via the A9 to Scotland’s major cities and Tulloch Station is on the property’s doorstep, with the famous West Highland Railway line providing an overnight sleeper service to London.

Entrance Hallway 2.7m x 1.9m

L-shaped, with wooden front door. Oak stairs to upper level. Tiled  flooring. Doors to dining lounge, principal bedroom and shower room.

Dining Lounge 5.7m x 3.9m

With sash and case windows to front and side, and French doors with glazed side panels to rear, raised timber balcony area. Oak flooring. Recess for electric stove insert. Open to kitchen.

Kitchen 3.5m x 2.8m

L-shaped, with double window to rear. Fitted with modern, latte coloured, gloss kitchen units, offset with granite work surfaces. Integral AEG Electrolux appliances, comprising  oven, induction hob with stainless steel splashback, microwave and stainless steel chimney extractor. Integral Indesit washing machine. Plumbing for dishwasher. Vokera Unica HE boiler. Stainless steel, one-and-a-half bowl sink unit. Mirrored splashback. Frosted, glass blocks feature. Tiled, slate flooring.

Principal Bedroom 4.0m x 3.3m

With oak French doors, and sash and case window to front. Sliding doors to dressing room.

Dressing Room 3.3m x 1.5m

With sash and case window to rear. Fitted wardrobe and shelving units.

Shower Room 2.4m x 1.6m

Fitted with modern white suite of WC and wash hand basin, set in tiled vanity unit, with granite worktop. Fully tiled shower area, with frosted glass, blocks feature. Tiled flooring, with underfloor heating.

Upper Level

Open-Plan Sitting Room/3rd Bedroom Area 6.8m x 4.1m

L-shaped, with Velux-style windows to front and rear. Oak balustrade and  feature ceiling beam. Door to bedroom.

Bedroom 4.2m x 3.2m

With Velux-style window to rear. Feature ceiling beam.


The property is approached by a shared gravelled driveway, leading to a private parking area to the side. The fully enclosed grounds are laid in the main to natural lawn, with a mixture of young and mature trees, offset with a paved and gravelled path. A timber path leads up and round to the rear of the property, providing an elevated entertaining balcony and deck. The edge of the grounds are filled with native woodland trees, with a natural stream running below. A timber shed, requiring some upgrading, also features to the rear. The current owner has created a fenced vegetable patch in the side grounds, whilst a brick-built store, housing the water purification works, is also sited here.

Please Note:

The majority of furniture and contents can be purchased at separate negotiation.

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 8.5 miles, passing through the village of Roy Bridge. Turn right at the red phone box, signposted Station and follow this single track road to Tulloch Station. Pass through the gate, continuing along to the end of the road. Torr an Daimh is the last property on the right hand side.