Brookfield Holdings is a lovely modern house located to the west of Campbeltown, accessed via a private road from the main A83. The property provides spacious accommodation over two floors, and includes a range of outbuildings which previously had consent for their demolition and the erection of a new dwelling. To both the north and south of the house are two areas of good quality grazing land. The house has a large area of garden, and includes a timber shed.
The accomodation of the house comprises:
GROUND FLOOR: The front door leads to a bright entrance vestibule which includes a large walk-in storage cupboard and access through to the main reception hall. From the reception hall, access is taken to downstairs rooms, including a very large lounge with wood burning stove and doors to the decking, a cloakroom, a dining room and bedroom 5, which is flexible in use. The large fitted kitchen has a dining area and is fully fitted with a modern range of walnut wall and floor units and integrated appliances. A utility room is located off the kitchen, with a door to the rear garden and parking area.
FIRST FLOOR: An attractive pine staircase leads to the first floor, which comprises four large double bedrooms and a family bathroom. All rooms have fitted wardrobes, and the master bedroom includes a lovely en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath with shower above, and also a dressing room, currently utilised for storage.
OUTBUILDINGS: The buildings are located to the south of the house, and comprise a lower workshop, with a former office on an upper level. To the front of the buildings is a large area of hardstanding, useful for the storage of machinery, or as a general yard. Planning consent (08/01307/OUT) was granted in 2008 for the demolition of the buildings and the erection of a new detached dwelling. While the consent has now expired, it is thought likely that a re-application would be looked upon favourably by the Local Authority.
GARDEN AND LAND: A large area of garden ground is located adjacent to the house which is mainly laid to lawn and fenced from the grazing land. Within the garden there is a large timber shed, and an area of decking runs along the southern gable of the house. There is ample space for several cars to the rear and side of the property which is accessed via a small bridge over the Backs Water which flows to the front of the subjects. There are two paddocks, one to the north of the house, and one to the south of the buildings. These extend to around 1.0 and 1.2 acres respectively and would be ideal for the keeping of livestock including horses and ponies. The two areas have an agricultural holding number (152/0156).