Life In Ayr
The largest town on the Firth of Clyde coast of Scotland is Ayr. It offers a comprehensive range of retail shopping, restaurants and recreational facilities. It is steeped in history and retains an active harbour and is home to one of Scotland’s major racecourses, which annually holds the Scottish National, as well as being popular with golfers with over 40 world famous courses. Not forgetting Ayr is also the birthplace of the well-known poet Robert Burns whose history can be viewed in both museums and outside locations throughout the popular and sought after Alloway catchment area. The northern end of Ayr blends into Prestwick, possibly best known as the location of one of Scotland’s three international airports. The recently enhanced A77/M77 road network in turn provides swift commuting to Glasgow City Centre and nearby surrounding districts.
Parkfairn CrosshillA quite outstanding category C listed traditional farmhouse with around 17 acres of ground, stables and outbuildings quietly situated between the picturesque Ayrshire villages of Kirkmichael and Crosshill.Offers Over £550,000
Braemar House Midton RoadA magnificent sandstone detached villa comprehensively upgraded and modernised and providing exceptionally stylish and flexible accommodation within one of Ayr's best residential addresses.Offers Over £695,000
Craigmote Nether AuchendraneCompleted in 2007 this amazing property enjoys an incredible specification and is perfectly situated within the beautiful hamlet of Nether Auchendrane, just outside the historic village of Alloway.Offers Over £995,000