Trees Farm is privately situated in an idyllic country location with open views close to the market town of Ayr. The well-established county town of Ayr has a wide range of excellent services including a cinema, shops and supermarkets, together …
Trees Farm is privately situated in an idyllic country location with open views close to the market town of Ayr. The well-established county town of Ayr has a wide range of excellent services including a cinema, shops and supermarkets, together with a wide range of restaurants, bars and sports facilities. A beautiful long sandy beach and promenade stretches along the coast with fabulous views across to the Isle of Arran. In addition to lovely beach walks and parks at Belleisle and Rozelle, there are some delightful river walks along the River Ayr including a deep wooded gorge ascending to a viewpoint known as Wallace’s Seat. There are well regarded primary and secondary schools in Ayr which has a mainline railway station with regular services to Glasgow and beyond. Prestwick airport is about 7 miles. Glasgow is easily accessible by rail and road via the A/M77.
Alloway with its historic links with Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns is about 3 miles distant. The popular racecourse in Ayr holds the Scottish Grand National and there are yachting marinas at Troon, Ardrossan and Largs. A number of Scotland’s most famous Links golf courses including Royal Troon, Turnberry and Prestwick are close at hand.
Approached via its own private drive, Trees Farm is a delightful small farm offering an excellent lifestyle opportunity. The steading is well maintained with a variety of useful outbuildings, open shed, garage/store and a static caravan. There is a former outdoor arena requiring upgrading. The farmhouse accommodation over two levels comprises a welcoming porch which opens into a large sitting room with cherry wood flooring, triple aspect windows, French doors to the garden and gas fire set in the wall. The dining room leads into the dining kitchen which is well fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cabinets, fridge/freezer, dish-washer, oven, microwave, electric hob, extractor fan and dual aspect windows. The utility room is plumbed for a washing machine and tumble drier. There is a useful cloakroom with separate w.c. The office/bedroom 5 has shelving to two walls. There are two bedrooms with built-in mirrored wardrobes and a family bathroom. Stairs rise to the upper floor where there are two double bedrooms which share a shower room. The house has the added benefit of solar water heating panels.
Ground Floor: Porch, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, w.c., Cloakroom, Office, Bathroom, 2 Bedrooms.
First Floor: 2 Bedrooms and Shower Room.
There is a beautiful walled garden, sheltered by some mature trees and mainly laid to lawn with raised flower beds, cherry and Victoria plum trees and a very attractive summer house with decking.
Two bedrooms, living room/kitchen and shower room.
Separate septic tank. Bottled gas heating.
About 7.34m x 4.40m
Harled walls, slate roof, concrete floor. Power, light and water.
About 9.2m x 3.8m
Open Fronted Barn
About 27m x 6.57m
Steel frame, tin clad with hard core/earth floor.
About 15.49m x 6.41m
Stone built, tiled roof, power and light.
Feed Store (attached to Stables)
About 5.02m x 4.92m
Stone, tiled roof.
Stone Barn/Car Port
About 4.92m x 5.62m
Stone, slate, concrete floor.
(Lapsed planning permission).
Store (attached to Stone Barn/Car Port)
About 15.27m x 5.02m with loft area.
Stone, slate, concrete floor. Power and light.
Single Lean-to Stable
Breeze block and box profile roof.
About 7.61m x 5.34m
Tiled roof, concrete floor. Water and power.
About 9.53m x 6.17m
Block built with concrete floor.
The land extends to about 42.53 acres and surrounds the farm steading. The land is graded by the James Hutton Institute as Grade 4(2) and is currently down to pasture with some amenity woodland: a variety of 200 oak, wild cherry, rowan and hawthorn trees were planted in 2018 through the Woodland Trust. The fields are serviced by mains water troughs.
From Ayr take the A70 Cumnock road, after the roundabout at Dobbies Garden Centre take the next road on the right signposted for the crematorium. After about 2miles turn right on to an un-named road, Trees Farm is the second property on the left hand side.