Torr Oran, Farm Lane, Glenfinnan, PH37 4LT

Offers Over £285,000.00
  • Most Attractive Detached Bungalow
  • In Immaculate Order & Beautifully Presented
  • Desirable Village Location
  • Lounge with Impressive Wood Burning Stove & French Doors
  • Dining Room
  • 4 Bedrooms (Principal En-Suite Cloakroom)
  • Family Bathroom
  • Oil Fired Central Heating & Double Glazing
  • Hard-Wired Superfast Broadband
  • Spacious Garden Grounds with Ample Private Parking
  • Basement Storage Area
  • Fishing Rights on Loch Shiel
  • EPC Rating: C 70

Property Description


Quietly nestled, in the midst of spectacular Highland scenery, in the beautiful, historic village of Glenfinnan, Torr Oran forms an appealing, detached bungalow, set in well maintained grounds, with private parking. Recently upgraded, the property is in immaculate order, beautifully presented and offers a most comfortable, family home, with deceptively spacious accommodation, conveniently arranged over one level. Enjoying views to the surrounding mountains and countryside, the property benefits from double glazing and oil fired central heating, whilst improvements include, oak internal doors, neutral flooring, fresh décor throughout, contemporary sanitary ware and a new oil tank and boiler. The generous, bright lounge, with impressive Charnwood wood burning stove and French doors to the elevated decking area, is a most attractive feature. Due to the size and location, Torr Oran would also be ideally suited as an idyllic holiday retreat or an exciting business opportunity, in a very buoyant self-catering rental market. The sale also includes fishing rights on nearby Loch Shiel.

The historic village of 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.

Accommodation Dimensions

Entrance Vestibule 1.6m x 1.1m

With UPVC front door and frosted glazed side panel. Oak glazed door and two frosted side panels to hallway. Wooden parquet flooring. 

Hallway 6.3m x 3.6m

L-shaped, with built-in cupboard. Oak glazed door, and frosted panelled partition, to lounge. Doors to breakfasting kitchen, bedrooms and bathroom. 

Lounge 5.0m x 4.7m

With UPVC French doors and two windows to front and decking area. Feature Charnwood wood burning stove, set on slate hearth, with ceramic, oak effect, overmantle. Two recessed alcoves. Oak glazed door to dining room.

Dining Room 3.0m x 3.0m

With double window to rear. Oak glazed door to breakfasting kitchen. 

Breakfasting Kitchen 4.3m x 3.0m

Slightly L-shaped, with double window to rear. Fitted with modern, white, kitchen units, offset with granite effect work surfaces and breakfast bar. Stainless steel extractor chimney over. Stainless steel one-and-a-half bowl sink unit. Integral Bosch dishwasher. Plumbing for washing machine. Two built-in cupboards. UPVC and glazed door to rear garden. Tiled laminate flooring. Oak glazed door to hallway. 

Bedroom 3.0m x 2.3m

With window to rear. Built-in wardrobe, with double oak doors. 

Bedroom 3.4m x 3.0m

With window to rear. Modern white wash hand basin, set in gloss white vanity unit. Tiled splashback. Built-in wardrobe, with double oak doors.

Bathroom 2.3m x 1.6m

With frosted window to side. Fitted with modern white suite of WC, oval basin set on gloss, white vanity unit and curved bath with mains shower over. Tiled splashback. Ceiling spotlights. 

Principal Bedroom 3.9m x 3.0m

Slightly L-shaped, with double window to side. Door to en-suite cloakroom. 

En-suite Cloakroom 1.6m x 0.9m

Fitted with modern white suite of WC and wash hand basin. Tiled splashback. 

Bedroom 3.6m x 2.4m

With double window to front. Modern white wash hand basin, set in gloss white vanity unit. Tiled splashback. Built-in wardrobe, with double oak doors.


The property is approached by a shared, freshly gravelled, driveway, leading to an ample private parking area. Well maintained, an elevated, wooden deck features to the front of the property, providing a secluded entertaining space. The remainder of grounds are laid in the main to lawn, offset with paved and gravelled pathways, mature trees, shrubs, bushes and seasonal planting. Greenhouse. A useful basement room, with it’s own access, is located below the property, housing the Grant combination boiler.

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 2nd on the right hand side.