A handsome detached house on the fringe of Fenwick village and open East Ayrshire countryside.
Brookfield is a handsome detached village/country property which is set in mature and extremely well screened formal gardens. The house is finished in white painted harling with natural stone relief at windows and all under a slated roof. The accommodation is well presented and its set up is such that it lends itself perfect for a family with live in relatives or indeed as a single-family home.
Entrance vestibule with tiled floor, main reception hall with under stairs stores, sitting room with working open fire, well equipped kitchen (1), breakfast room, conservatory, utility room with wc off. Inner hallway with cloaks area off, drawing room with working open fire and bay window formation, study/home office, corridor leading to large living/dining conservatory with French doors to gardens, well equipped kitchen (2), shower room, bedrooms 1 & 2 both with fitted wardrobes.
Staircase to upper hallway leading to family bathroom, bedroom 3 (master) with en suite shower room and en suite dressing room, bedroom 4 and bedroom 5, linen stores with boiler.
2 timber gardens sheds and general-purpose garden equipment stores.
Gardens & Grounds
Pebble surfaced driveway with well-defined concrete kerbing to generous sweep, vehicle turning and hard standing in front of the house. Level mature lawn fringed with assorted, shrubs, bushes and trees which together with a substantial hedge combine to provide high levels of privacy and seclusion. Pathway to rear gardens, further lawns with strategically stocked beds and borders ensuring year round interest, colour and pleasant summer scents. Mixed trees and bushes, tall tree screen at northern side, continuation of hedging from the front extending around rear gardens and providing further privacy.
East Ayrshire Council, 01563 576000.
Brookfield is serviced by a mains water supply, drainage is by private septic tank, mains gas, gas central heating, mostly double glazed.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
Brookfield is in Band G and the amount payable for 2021/2022 is £3,047054 including water.
EPC rating D.
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.
Brookfield, 25 Waterslap is situated on the southern side of the popular East Ayrshire village of Fenwick. The house is on the fringe of the village and it enjoys easy access to the village as well as surrounding open countryside.
Fenwick is a vibrant village giving the chance to enjoy a rural way of life, yet it enjoys easy access to the M77, making Fenwick a convenient destination of choice for those who are required to commute to Glasgow and or the ever developing Ayrshire coastline. The village offers a delicatessen, pharmacy, primary school, church, The Kings Arms and the popular Fenwick Hotel. Galston, Kilmarnock and Stewarton provide a choice of secondary schools. Many children in the district attend independent schools in Ayr and Glasgow.
Kilmarnock is about 4 miles to the south west with a good range of high street shops, sporting & leisure facilities, professional services, supermarkets and retail
parks. Silverburn shopping centre and a Waitrose store in Newton Mearns are a 10 minute drive on the M77.
Kilmaurs, Stewarton and Kilmarnock have main line railway stations to Glasgow, as well as an express bus service from Kilmarnock and Fenwick. Glasgow city centre is about a 20 minutes drive to the north (in normal driving conditions) and provides an excellent range of shops, professional services, higher education, cultural and retail facilities, as well as an excellent rail service to Edinburgh and the North.
The nearby M77 junctions 7 and 8 connect to the M8 and M74 providing onward access to central Scotland and the South.
Fenwick is close to both Prestwick Airport (14 miles) and Glasgow Airport (22 miles) which offer a wide range of domestic and international flights.
Ayrshire is famous worldwide for its golf courses private and public. World class championship courses within easy reach include Royal Troon, Prestwick and Turnberry. The Firth of Clyde is renowned as being one of the most scenic coastal sailing destinations in Europe with excellent marina and chandlery services on the Firth of Clyde at Troon, Ardrossan, Largs and Inverkip.
A number of local estates run commercial low ground pheasant shoots and the district has many lochs and rivers which offer interesting wild trout sport.
From Glasgow City Centre travel west on the M8 and take M77 signed Kilmarnock/Ayr/ Prestwick at junction 22. Continue for about 14 miles to junction 7 signposted Fenwick. At the bottom of the slip road turn left and proceed into village. At mini roundabout turn right onto Fenwick Main Street, continue for about 1 mile, at right hand bend turn left onto Waterslap. Continue and once over the bridge the entrance to Brookfield (last property on the left) is on the left hand side.