A productive 72 acre block of land with a ruined house. The nearby seaside town of Girvan (about 6.5 miles) has a range of local shops, supermarket and a community hospital. Turnberry, about 3.5 miles away, is a popular holiday …
A productive 72 acre block of land with a ruined house. The nearby seaside town of Girvan (about 6.5 miles) has a range of local shops, supermarket and a community hospital. Turnberry, about 3.5 miles away, is a popular holiday destination, with world class golfing facilities and a luxury hotel and spa. The county town of Ayr, about 16 miles, offers a wide range of excellent services including cinema, shops and a private co-educational school.
The railway station in Girvan provides regular services to Glasgow and Stranraer. Glasgow Prestwick Airport (about 24 miles) operates domestic and international flights. There is a regular ferry service from Cairnryan (about 35 miles) to Ireland.
The beautiful South Ayrshire countryside is a popular destination for those seeking outdoor pursuits. The Ayrshire coastline, with its stunning beaches, is a short drive away. Culzean Castle and Country Park lies to the north, as is historic “Burns Country”. The beautiful Loch Doon and Galloway Forest Park are to the south. For sporting enthusiasts there are a range of golf courses such as Brunston Castle, about a 10 minute drive, yachting facilities at Troon and Largs, and opportunities for game sports as well as trout and salmon fishing in the area’s rivers and lochs.
A productive south facing block of farmland well fenced and in excellent heart down to grass in 5 enclosures. The land is largely James Hutton Institute Class 3(2) with some steeper sections Class 4(2) at a height above sea level of about 100 metres. Field 5 was completely re-drained last year and has been ploughed, limed and has been reseeded this Spring. Most of the fields have been limed in the last two years.
There is a ruined house and steading in a fabulous position in the centre of the land which has development potential subject to the appropriate planning consents being obtained. There are about 6 acres of woodland including a useful shelter belt on the western boundary of the land. There are stunning views to Arran, Ailsa Craig and down the coast to Ballantrae from the land. Sportings are in hand and Roe Deer are seen regularly crossing the land and in the 6 acres of woodland.
Post code KA26 9LA is at the south east corner of the land.
Land At Braehead, By Turnberry, South Ayrshire, KA26 9LA
Mains electricity and water is available close by but would have to be brought in at a cost if required for development.