69 acres of good quality grazing and silage land situated in East Ayrshire
Low Bowhill and Land at Loudoun Mains are situated in East Ayrshire, approximately 11 miles east of Kilmarnock.
The nearby villages of Newmilns, Darvel and Galston are within a popular commuter location in the Irvine valley, with a good range of services including primary schooling, shops and restaurants available. Galston also provides secondary schooling with Kilmarnock (11 miles) and Ayr providing a wider range of national shops and professional services with the latter also offering private education.
Nearby Glasgow offers all the services expected of a major city. There is a well established livestock market in Ayr as well as in Lanark (29 miles) and Stirling (50 miles).
Ayrshire is renowned for an abundance of leisure and outdoor pursuit opportunities and famous golfing destinations such as the championship courses at both Troon and Turnberry. There is a thriving sailing community on the west coast with marina facilities in Troon, Largs and Ardrossan.
Communications in the area are excellent with the A77(M) accessible at Kilmarnock and providing links both to the north and south of Scotland. There are railway stations in Kilmarnock and Ayr, and international airports at Prestwick (19 miles) and Glasgow (30 miles).
Lot 2 Land at Loudoun Mains
The Land at Loudoun Mains is just off-lying to the south of
Low Bowhill and extends to approximately 69.65 acres (28.19
hectares). The farm is accessed from the public road to the
north with gently sloping south facing fields. The land is a
mixture of grades three and four according to the James
Hutton Institute, and is all laid down to grass. The holding lies
between 135 metres to 195 metres above sea level and offers
good grazing and cropping potential. The land is fenced
with post and wire fencing and benefits from natural water
At the request of the vendors, the land at Loudoun Mains
(fields 10, 11 and 12) will be sold subject to a ‘clawback’
obligation from the Purchaser(s) in favour of the Vendor(s)
to pay 25% of any uplift in value occurring as a result of any
non-agricultural planning permission granted in respect
of any part of the property in the period of 25 years from
completion. This obligation will bind successors in title
and will be secured over the property by way of a standard
Acreage: 69.65 Acres
From Kilmarnock (Bellfield interchange) join the A71 heading for Galston. After 5 miles, take a left hand turning (after passing Loudon Golf Club). Continue on this road and take the second right hand turning. At the next junction turn right and the land at Loudoun Mains sits to the south of Loudoun Mains Country Club.