£320,000 Offers over
A handsome and distinctive traditional detached bungalow, set within generous and private garden grounds, close the village centre.
The property has been well maintained and upgraded by present owners and provides flexible accommodation, extending to 2271 Sqft, well-proportioned throughout, formed on two levels.
The accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule. Welcoming reception hallway allowing access to lower and upper accommodation. Generous bay window sitting room with fireplace, affording aspects to the front gardens. Bay window dining room. TV room/bedroom 4 with French doors to rear gardens. Bright and well appointed combined kitchen and family room. Well appointed refitted kitchen with a full complement of wall mounted and floor standing units. French doors open from the kitchen to rear gardens. A house bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation. In addition, there is a separate utility room located to the rear of the garage and adjacent to the kitchen.
First Floor: Master with en suite bathroom. Bedroom two with WC. Bedroom three. Shower room.
In addition there is substantial loft storage that would allow further development subject to the relevant consents.
The property is set back from Maunsheugh Road. A driveway and turning circle afford parking for a number of cars.
The established grounds are enclosed and provide privacy and seclusion. To the rear of the property there are lawns surrounded by mature trees. The grounds extends at approximately 0.4 acres or thereby. Detached garage with power and lighting installed.
The popular village of Fenwick caters for day to day requirement with an excellent primary school, church, hotel and pub. Fenwick has a growing population and due to its proximity to the upgraded M77 is becoming increasingly popular with commuters to Glasgow.
A wider range of shops, supermarkets and professional services are available in Kilmarnock, Newton Mearns and Ayr. Private schooling is available Wellington School in Ayr and Belmont House and Craigholme are both situated on the south side of Glasgow. Glasgow, (about 20 minutes) is easily reached via the M77/M8 motorway network and connecting throughout the central belt. Glasgow City centre is approximately 15 miles from Fenwick.
Prestwick Airport and Glasgow Airport are 15 miles and 19 miles respectively both offer an increasingly wide range of flights to domestic and international destinations. The ferry terminals at Troon and Stranraer provide access to Ireland.
Ayrshire is famous worldwide for golf with world class championship courses including Turnberry, Royal Troon and the new course at Rowallan Castle Estate, Kilmaurs are all within easy reach, and there is excellent sailing on the Firth of Clyde with yachting marines at Troon, Largs and Inverkip. The well known equestrian centre of Rowallan is about 4 miles away.
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