Fowler Farm is an attractive dairy and stock rearing farm with an elegant farmhouse, traditional steading and productive grazing land. The property enjoys a tranquil yet accessible location set back from the A76 just 1½ miles from the village of ...
Fowler Farm is an attractive dairy and stock rearing farm with an elegant farmhouse, traditional steading and productive grazing land. The property enjoys a tranquil yet accessible location set back from the A76 just 1½ miles from the village of Mauchline. Mauchline has a thriving centre with a number of shops including a local supermarket, bank and post office as well a recently refurbished primary school. The property lies almost equidistant between the main towns of Ayr and Kilmarnock. Both have a good range of high street shops and supermarkets as well as many recreational and professional facilities. Craig Wilson livestock auction market is located outside Ayr and has busy weekly sales as well as a number of surrounding ancillary trades including animal feeds and medicines, dairy engineers, trailer and machinery dealers. Glasgow city centre and airport are both easily reached by car in under an hour and there is also a regular bus and train service from Kilmarnock.
Fowler Farm currently operates as a commercial dairy unit and extends to approximately 204 acres in total available in 6 lots. Most of the land enjoys a south westerly aspect and ranges between 120m and 180m above sea level. Graded by the James Hutton Institute for Soil Research as mainly Grade 4(1), the land is capable of producing good yields of barley and grass. The land is all ploughable and is presently in excellent heart and well fenced. The farm enjoys a picturesque situation with uninterrupted country views. The Cessnock Water meaders through the farm crossing under Fowler Bridge at the entrance.
Lot 6: About 11.8 acres land (coloured yellow on plan)
Grazing land of about 12 acres with access from public road.
LESS FAVOURED AREA SUPPORT SCHEME (LFASS)
All of the land has been designated as being within a Less Favoured Area (LFA).