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Greenan Views Island Choice by Mactaggart & Mickel Homes

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Welcome to Greenan Views Island Choice!

Featuring a delightful choice of Mactaggart & Mickel Homes’ traditional house styles – named after some of Scotland’s most beautiful islands – The Island Choice has established Greenan Views as one of Ayrshire’s most desirable residential areas.

Featuring a delightful choice of Mactaggart & Mickel Homes’ traditional house styles – named after some of Scotland’s most beautiful islands – The Island Choice has established Greenan Views as one of Ayrshire’s most desirable residential areas. With the Clyde shimmering in the distance and the Isle of Arran beyond, Greenan Views has a charming semi-rural setting, but is close to all of the amenities of Ayr and beyond.

The initial launch of Greenan Views has sold well and is now a charming, mature development.

The Island Choice completes the first phase, offering a superb, varied choice of two, three, four and five bedroom villas; beautifully designed, energy efficient homes.

Our stunning 3 bedroom Lismore and 4/5 bedroom Colonsay Showhomes are available for you to view. The last viewings are 30 mins before closing.

To avoid disappointment may we suggest that you call ahead to make an appointment so that we can set aside time for your visit
  1. In a delightful location on the outskirts of Ayr
  2. Moments away from glorious coastline
  3. Great Transport Links
  4. Prices from £146,995 to £379,495



Off Dunure Road, Doonfoot, Ayr, KA7 4HR

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

In a delightful location on the outskirts of Ayr, Greenan Views is just moments away from glorious coastline and an extensive choice of quality living attractions. Ayrshire could lay claim to be the home of golf –the first Open Championship was held at nearby Prestwick –and the county has a wonderful choice of course for the golf enthusiast. Similarly, there are bowling greens, horse riding, cycle tracks and walking opportunities abound.

When it comes to quality of life there is a wonderful choice of major shops in Ayr town centre backed up by charming boutiques throughout the area, quality restaurants, cinema, excellent schooling and transport links. Culzean Castle, the new Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Burns Cottage and a host of historical attractions are all within easy driving distance.

There are plenty of recreational facilities in and around the area including: Belleisle Golf Course nearby with a number of well known golf courses within half hour drive including Royal Troon, Turnberry and Barassie; Keep Fit Classes and Gym at Bannatyne’s, Citadel and various other local run classes; Culzean Castle, the beach at Greenan, Ayr and Prestwick; Rozelle Park and gallery; Pirate Petes Softplay and large outdoor equipped play area at Ayr beach; and Burns Centre in Alloway.

Transport Links

Ayr station, which is just a short car journey away from the development, features a park and ride facility, and has regular links to Glasgow, Prestwick, and Irvine. Glasgow City Centre is a 45-minute car journey along the M77. For travel further afield Prestwick Airport is just a 25 minute car ride away and Glasgow Airport is an hour away. Ferry services to Ireland are operated in from Troon Ferry Terminal 30 minutes by car.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Ayr (2.1 miles)
National Train Station logo Newton-on-Ayr (3.0 miles)
National Train Station logo Prestwick Town (5.0 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

The founders of our Company had been housebuilders during Victoria's long reign. They were however engaged not just narrowly in construction but were importers of the raw material required for their business.

By the early 1900's, the Mactaggarts and Mickels had come together and with others, who would later establish their own shorter lived building companies, were constructing tenements in the West End of Glasgow. They had also built in London's Portland Place but their Glasgow tenements are now locally recognised as the pinnacle of achievement in tenemental construction.

The opportunities offered by the government to be involved in a housing boom following the First World War were not missed. In the four years from 1922, in Glasgow and in Lanarkshire, the Mactaggarts and Mickels in partnership built over 3000 houses for local authorities before registering as a Limited company in 1926.

The years from 1939 to 1945 were not uneventful and were occupied with work for the war effort. Also, in 1943 the Mactaggarts severed their connection with the Company and since that time Mactaggart & Mickel Limited has become entirely a concern of the Mickel family.

We support many local groups and institutions. Major recent events in which we have been involved were Glasgow's Garden Festival where we designed the 'Broom Milk Bar' as our contribution. During the Year of Culture a number of items from our archive were exhibited at 'Glasgow's Glasgow'.

The family and personal links we have forged grow ever stronger and we take pride in the long service of our workforce. At a time when other builders sub-contract we prefer to employ tradesmen whom we know and who, in turn, know our methods and standards.

The Company strives by its own efforts to maintain its place as the local housebuilder with the highest reputation for quality and service to customers, and have several awards for design and quality from the NHBC to the What House Gold Awards for the best luxury development in Britain.

We at Mactaggart & Mickel firmly believe that our innate ability to do things is well founded in our sound experience and achievements in house building which has patently defied detrimental change. Indeed the story of Mactaggart & Mickel is a true testament to innovation and tradition.

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