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Land and Building at Coalhall

By Ayr, East Ayrshire, KA5 5JA

Offers Over £160,000


  • Useful agricultural building/stable block.

  • Hard standing area.

  • About 23.7 acres (9.59 ha) grazing.

  • About 1.1 acres (0.28 ha) woodland/rough.

The land is well placed for easy access to Ayr (about eight miles), Cumnock (about nine miles) and Glasgow (39 miles). There are excellent transport links in the area with regular bus connections and a railway station in Ayr with …

The land is well placed for easy access to Ayr (about eight miles), Cumnock (about nine miles) and Glasgow (39 miles). There are excellent transport links in the area with regular bus connections and a railway station in Ayr with frequent connections to Kilmarnock, Glasgow and beyond. Glasgow and Prestwick Airports have regular scheduled and international flights and are 12 miles and 41 miles respectively.

Ayrshire is renowned for its range of outdoor pursuits. There are a number of world renowned golf courses including Royal Troon, Turnberry and Rowallan Castle Estate, Kilmaurs, which also has excellent equestrian facilities with an international indoor arena. The racecourse at Ayr provides regular fixtures. Excellent yachting facilities are available at the marinas in Ardrossan, Troon, Largs and Inverkip. There are many opportunities for game sports in the area and Ayrshire has some of South West Scotland’s best salmon and trout fishing. Permit fishing is available at the River Nith. Ayrshire is famous as the birthplace of Robert Burns.

The entire holding extends to approximately 25.5 acres (10.31ha) lying to the west of the public road with a farm track leading directly to the building. The land is principally classified as Grade 4.1 with a section of 4.2 by the James Hutton Institute with the ground benefiting from a westerly aspect. The land rises from approximately 84m to 102m above sea level at its highest point. The field is of a good size and benefits from natural water sources.

Erected in 2017 the building is a modern agricultural building measuring approximately 29.5m x 8.4m internally. The construction is steel portal frame, partial concrete panel walls, box profile cladding, corrugated roof and a concrete floor. The building further benefits from four stables measuring approximately 3.5m x 3.6m each. It should be noted that there is a mains electricity cable in place which is due to be connected to the power grid shortly. Further to this a water pipe has been laid from the road side to the building but this has not been connected to the mains. Surrounding the building is a sizable hardstanding area.