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The property comprises a level site extending to approximately 765m² and which presently incorporates an old school building. The building is predominantly formed by way of random stone walls under a pitched roof overlaid with slate. There is a more recent addition to the building this would appear to be brick built, roughcast externally and under a flat roof. The building has for a number of years been used as a joiners workshop. The property is situated amidst delightful rural surroundings and from the site there are attractive views to be enjoyed over surrounding countryside. There is a historic consent for alterations of the workshop to form a dwelling house albeit this consent has now lapsed. The application dates from April 2008. The property also provides excellent potential as a house building plot. A new build prospect would of course be subject to obtaining planning. Very recently the private access road has been formed, August 2014. There is presently mains electricity and mains water serving the existing building and drainage is to a shared septic tank.
The property is situated within a small settlement known as Old Dailly which is 3 miles east of Girvan. The property lies within rural surroundings in the picturesque Girvan Valley. This corner of south west Ayrshire is renowed for its contrasting and unspoilt scenery and also its particularly mild climate throughout the year. Although wonderfully rural the locality affords easy access to many of the attractions within the district which include: a variety of attractive hill and coastal walks and cycle trails; the National Trust Culzean Castle and Country Park; Galloway Forest Park which was awarded the prestigious designation as the first Dark Sky Park in the UK; excellent Golf Courses at Girvan, Brunston near Dailly and the famous Turnberry Links; Loch Doon. There are of course the usual field sports and rivers for fishing the most notable of which in the district is the River Stinchar. The principal town Girvan lies on the Ayrshire coast amidst striking rural and coastal surroundings. The town has nursery, primary and secondary schooling, a main street with a variety of shops comprising both independent and multiple retailers, an attractive sea front , promenade and working harbour with moorings for pleasure craft. The town also has an ASDA supermarket, general hospital and health centre and a railway station which offers connections north to Ayr and Glasgow and south to Stranraer Harbour.
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