The property comprises a 25 pitch touring caravan park, which also contains two semi-detached cottages and a series of outbuildings.
The site is broadly level and rectangular in shape and is accessed via a single track road.
The cottages are of traditional construction with mostly stone outer walls, pitched and slate clad roofs and timber sash and casement style windows. The accommodation is as follows:
Cottage 1 (Left Hand Side) – Lounge, Bedroom and Toilet Cottage 2 (Right Hand Side) – Lounge, Kitchen, Three Bedrooms and Bathroom
We believe that the site may be suitable for residential development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Further enquiries on planning should be directed to South Ayrshire on . Site area
From os mapping systems we calculate the overall site to extend to 0.47 hectares (1.16 acres), or thereby. Price
Offers are invited for our client’s heritable interest in the site, exclusive of VAT (if applicable). Closing date for best offers - Tuesday 19th June 2018, noon
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred during the transaction.
LocationThe subjects are accessed off Low St Meddans, close to its junction with Dundonald Road to the east of Troon Town Centre. The site is bound on three elevations by residential properties and the remaining western elevation by a railway line.
Troon is located within South Ayrshire and is a relatively affluent town with a population of around 15,000 persons. The town lies on the A78 road route which extends north to Irvine (7 miles) and south to Ayr (10 miles). The A/M77 to the south east of the town provides road access to Glasgow (33 miles) and on to the motorway network. Troon railway station is only a short walk away with regular services to Glasgow and Ayr.
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