HD Property Video Available. Viewing highly recommended. With beautiful scenic surroundings and countryside all around, this wonderful extended three-bedroom detached cottage is situated on approximately five acres of land by a farm steading. This rural home offers a quiet and peaceful existence with large pond and woodlands nearby, yet is within 20 minutes’ drive from larger towns and major grocery stores. Furnished with a large drive and double garage, you’ll find the gardens are designed for ease with minimal maintenance required.
The generous accommodation comprises a very spacious lounge and dining area with aspects looking southwards over fields and woodlands, family room, large master bedroom with feature bay window, and two smaller double bedrooms. Furthermore, are a newly fully fitted kitchen and modern family shower room. Ample storage can be found throughout however the extensive fully floored loft offers a superb opportunity to extend into.
Additionally, are outhouses for extra storage and utility area while the double garage can also be upgraded into a granny annex or additional living space.
EPC - E
Lounge and dining room 30’03 x 22’10
Family room 15’11 x 13’06
Kitchen 16’01 x 8’10
Master bedroom 16’00 x 13’00
Bedroom 2 14’10 x 11’00
Bedroom 3 11’04 x 10’04
Shower room 11’04 x 6’01
From the village of Sorn, follow the B743 easterly for approximately 4-5 minutes and turn left northwards onto a farm road. Follow this road remaining on the right fork and you will reach Fairfield Cottage after approximately 0.3 of a mile.
A few things about this property:
- 5-acre plot, perfect for equestrians.
- Loch and woodlands nearby
- Three double bedrooms
- Two public rooms
- Spacious accommodation
- Massive loft with development potential
The finer detail:
- Wonderful countryside views
- Peace and quiet of rural living
- Oil central heating
- Double glazing
- Double detached garage, potential granny annex
The East Ayrshire Council area has a population of 123,000 and includes towns and villages such as Kilmarnock, Cumnock and Stewarton.
The area is accessible via various A roads and there are good train and bus links to the surrounding areas, Glasgow and further south. The county currently has plenty of choice for education, with nine secondary schools and 43 primary schools.
Things to see and do include Dean Castle where collections of arms and armour, art works, musical instruments and Robert Burns poetry is on display. The Dick institute is the largest museum in Ayrshire, hosting quality exhibitions from natural history to contemporary art. Eglinton Country Park in Kilwinning has walking paths, bridleways and a tea room.