£25,000 Offers over
An opportunity to buy a plot of land in the beautiful and picturesque village of Crosshill. Planning permission is in place for a detached two bedroom villa. The size of the full plot is around 250 square metres with the proposed property footprint being app 90 square metres. The land will be cleared of cabin, swing etc for sale and copies of the full plans are available from our branch.
Crosshill has an excellent local primary school and Post Office and the town of Maybole is approximately 3 miles distant with a railway station, supermarket and secondary school. South Ayrshire is renowned for its beautiful upland scenery and there are many golf courses locally including Brunston Castle and Turnberry which hosted the Open Championship in 2009. The racecourse at Ayr holds regular fixtures and excellent yachting facilities can be found at the marinas in Troon, Ardrossan and Largs. To the south, the Galloway Hills are ideal for hill walking and other outdoor pursuits.
An opportunity to buy a plot of land in the beautiful and picturesque village of Crosshill!
Planning permission is in place for a detached 2 bedroom villa
Full plot is around 250 square metres - Proposed property footprint approximately 90 square metres
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