Cawhillan is a fine traditional Farmhouse in an elevated position with panoramic views over the Ayrshire countryside. It is about 1.3 miles from the village of Ochiltree with local shops, services and a primary school. Nearby Ayr offers superb ...
Cawhillan is a fine traditional Farmhouse in an elevated position with panoramic views over the Ayrshire countryside. It is about 1.3 miles from the village of Ochiltree with local shops, services and a primary school. Nearby Ayr offers superb amenities including good state and private schooling, colleges, cinemas, theatre and art galleries. Glasgow is within easy reach via the A76 and M77. The railway station in Ayr and Glasgow provide frequent connections to Glasgow and beyond.
Ayrshire is renowned for its many golf courses including the world famous facilities at Turnberry. The popular racecourse in Ayr is host to the Scottish Grand National and there are exceptional yachting facilities at the Marinas in Troon, Largs and Inverkip. Alloway, south of Ayr, is famous as the birthplace of Robert Burns. The delightful Ayrshire River Ayr Way is close by with the Mauchline gorge a popular attraction for walkers and fishing is available on the River Ayr stocked with salmon and sea trout.
Built on two storeys of stone under a slate roof with dormer windows, Cawhillan is arranged around an attractive courtyard with a range of traditional farm buildings presently used for stabling and storage but capable of a wide range of uses including extension of the existing house and development to further residential units.
The spacious accommodation includes on the ground floor, hall, fitted kitchen, 2 reception rooms, study, utility room, bedroom and shower room on the ground floor, and 2 bedrooms, both en suite, on the first floor. From the kitchen, there is a staircase to the panelled Cheese Room / Bedroom 4. The house is double glazed with LPG. The adjoining stone buildings contain 7 stables and the Barn on the west side and cart shed and former byre with loft on the east side.
The modern buildings include an indoor school formerly a dutch barn (about 596 x 34)) built of steel and corrugated iron; a large pole barn ideal for storage of hay and other implements (about 942 x 656) built of wood and corrugated iron with concrete floor; 4 further stables; (about 152 x 136) a further pole barn with another 10 stables built of wood, corrugated iron with concrete floor (about 13110 x 426); and a monopitch storage building (about 13010 x 1310) of wood, corrugated iron with concrete floor.
There is an excellent outdoor arena (40m x 20m with rubber surface), and two good grazing fields extending to 9.5 acres in total.
Cawhillan is an excellent equestrian property well set up for a livery/riding enterprise.
From Ayr, take the A70 Dumfries Road. Before reaching Ochiltree turn left at crossroads onto a minor public road and go straight on at the junction after 100 yards. Continue straight ahead at the next junction and Cawhillan is on the right.
Cawhillan Farm, Ochiltree, Cumnock, East Ayrshire, KA18 2QD