East Doura is an attractive farm with an excellent extended farmhouse, traditional and modern buildings set within 132.62 acres (53.67 ha) of productive farmland. The property enjoys a rural yet accessible location in South Ayrshire close to the ...
East Doura is an attractive farm with an excellent extended farmhouse, traditional and modern buildings set within 132.62 acres (53.67 ha) of productive farmland. The property enjoys a rural yet accessible location in South Ayrshire close to the small village of Craigie. Mauchline (4 miles) offers a good range of services including a doctors surgery and local shops whilst there is primary schooling. Galston (about 5.5 miles) has a wide range of local services and secondary schooling.
East Doura is situated about 7 miles from Kilmarnock which offers a wide range of facilities and is well placed for easy access to Ayr and Glasgow by the A76 and A77. Glasgow City Centre is accessible within a 35 minute drive. There are excellent transport links in the area with a regular train service to Glasgow from Kilmarnock, Glasgow Prestwick Airport is about 11 miles with regular scheduled international flights and Glasgow international airport is about 33 miles.
The county town of Ayr offers a wide range of amenities including excellent shopping, restaurants, cinemas and sports facilities. There are good private and state schools in the area too.
Ayrshire is renowned for its many golf courses, including the world famous Royal Troon and Turnberry. Ballochmyle Golf Course (5 miles) is a popular 18 hole course and the world class, 19 hole golf course designed by Colin Montgomerie at Rowallan Castle is about 11 miles away. There is a popular Racecourse in Ayr and excellent yachting facilities at the Marina in Troon.
East Doura Farm is available for sale as a whole or in 5 lots and offers an attractive farmhouse, an extensive range of farm buildings and productive land. The land comprises 14 enclosures and extends to circa 130.22 acres (52.70 ha). According to the James Hutton Institute, the land is classified as a mixture of Grade 3.2 and Grade 4.1. The land is all ploughable in excellent heart sitting at between 86m and 123m above sea and is well fenced. There is good access to all fields. Currently spring barley and silage are grown on an annual basis. The land is registered with SCRIPD for IACS purposes. The farm is in an accessible rural location and is approached along the farm drive.
LOT 3 - LAND
The land comprises two fields and extends to 21.15 acres (8.56 ha). There is excellent access from the public road.