Low Pinmore Farm is a delightful small farm occupying an idyllic unspoilt rural situation about 5 miles south of Ayr, amidst the rolling countryside in the Carrick Hills. There is a 3 bedroom farmhouse, adjoining stone steading and about 68.92 …
Low Pinmore Farm is a delightful small farm occupying an idyllic unspoilt rural situation about 5 miles south of Ayr, amidst the rolling countryside in the Carrick Hills. There is a 3 bedroom farmhouse, adjoining stone steading and about 68.92 acres grazing land in all.
Close by, Alloway Village, the birthplace of Scotland’s poet Robert Burns, is one of the prettiest and most desirable of Ayrshire villages. Useful local facilities include a shop, post office, chemist, coffee shop, the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum with museum café and a popular primary school, whilst Ayr itself offers excellent amenities including a private co-educational school, cinema, hospital and a wide range of shops and supermarkets.
Glasgow is about 43 miles distant and can be reached in about 1 hour’s driving time via the A/M77, which can be accessed locally by Minishant (about 2 miles). The railway and bus stations in Ayr both have regular connections to Glasgow and beyond. Prestwick Airport, some 9 miles distant, has a wide range of international flights.
Ayrshire is renowned for its attractive coastline and world famous links golf courses, including Turnberry (about 11 miles). The enchanting Culzean Castle Estate is 8 miles with its famous Robert Adam’s cliff-top castle, woods, beaches, secret follies and play parks. Excellent yachting facilities can be found at the marinas in Troon, Ardrossan and Largs. There is all year round horse racing at Ayr Racecourse including the Scottish Grand National.
Low Pinmore Farm is available for sale as a whole or in two lots with a traditional stone farmhouse, outbuildings and courtyard with 7 enclosures of land and woodland extending to 68.92 acres (about 27.89 ha). According to the James Hutton Institute, the land is classified as predominantly Grade 3(2). The land is predominately ploughable pasture whilst there is a mature woodland enclosure to the west with Lot 1. It sits at around 100m above sea level and is fenced with water troughs available in most fields.
Lot 1: Farmhouse, buildings and about 13.53 acres
Low Pinmore Farm comprises an attractive stone and slate farmhouse built on two storeys cream painted with red window trims. The farmhouse requires comprehensive modernisation. On the ground floor there is a kitchen/dining room with floor and wall units, electric cooker and double sink, modern shower room with panelled walls, w.c. and sink, living room with wood burning stove and recessed area and sitting room/bedroom 3 with tiled fireplace. On the first floor, there are two spacious bedrooms and a box room. There is great potential to extend into the adjoining barn subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
Living Room, Sitting Room/Bedroom 3, Shower Room.
First Floor: 2 Bedrooms, Box Room.
There is a lawned area to the front of the farmhouse with a well maintained stocked garden to the east with an area of lawn, colourful shrubs and flowerbeds and a raised vegetable patch and greenhouse, there is also a drying green. The courtyard has ample parking for several cars and vehicles and there is direct access to the fields.
Low Pinmore Farm is delightfully situated in an idyllic position with excellent views to the east over the Ayrshire countryside.
The land comprises about 12.5 acres of grazing land in two enclosures which is adjacent to the Pinmore burn for access to water. There is also an area of mature woodland.
The land is let out for seasonal grazing and will be available after 31st October.
From Ayr head south to Alloway and continue south towards Maybole on the B7024. Continue for about 2 miles and turn right signed for Low Pinmore Farm. Turn left and Low Pinmore is then on the left hand side.
Low Pinmore Farm, By Maybole, South Ayrshire, KA19 8EW