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4 bedroom farm for sale

Kilmarnock, Ayrshire

Offers Over £895,000
2,601 sq. ft.

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  • 2,601 sq ft (241 sq m)

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Warwickdale Farm is a productive mixed arable and stock farm, extending to about 207 acres. The farm includes a four-bedroom farmhouse, a traditional courtyard steading and a range of agricultural buildings, including extensive winter accommodation for livestock and general purpose storage.

In addition to the fertile land, which is all in good heart, a particular feature of farm is the access to the fields provided by a network of minor public roads and private farm tracks. All fields are stock proof with hedging and post-and-wire fences.

All of the land has wholly non-LFA status.

Warwickdale is farmed in-hand as a stock rearing enterprise. The farm currently carries 60 spring-calving suckler cows, with all progeny finished on the farm. One hundred calves are also purchased annually and finished on the farm. There is winter accommodation for 400 head of cattle. Cattle are sold directly to the abattoir at Ayr and Saltcoats. The farm carried a herd of 140 milking cows until 10 years ago.

Two cuts of silage are taken annually. The farm is self-sufficient, growing its own spring barley and providing straw for home consumption, with reported yields of 2.5 – 3 tonnes per acre. A cropping history of the farm is available from the selling agents. The land benefits from regular applications of lime, farmyard manure and artificial fertiliser and there is an on-going rotational reseeding programme.

Warwickdale Farm has an accessible situation in one of Ayrshire’s most productive farming areas. The farm is equidistant from the towns of Irvine and Kilmarnock and is situated in the heart of the county.

Irvine and Kilmarnock provide an extensive range of amenities including education, retail, entertainment and transport links. University Hospital Crosshouse is 3 miles distant.

Springside Primary School is less than 1 mile from the farm, with secondary schools at Dreghorn (2 miles), Irvine (4 miles) and Kilmarnock (4 miles). Private co-educational schooling for pupils from the age of 3 to 18 is also available at Wellington School in Ayr (16 miles) and St Columba’s in Kilmacolm (25 miles). West of Scotland University, Ayr and SRUC, Auchincruive (Scottish Agricultural College), are both 13 miles distant.

Warwickdale Farm is 7 miles west of the M77, which provides access to Glasgow to the north and Ayr to the south. There are mainline railway stations at Irvine and Kilmarnock and there are international airports at Prestwick and Glasgow, which are 11 miles and 23 miles distant respectively. There are two ports at Cairnryan (60 miles) providing regular ferry services to Ireland.

Ayrshire is renowned for golf with regular Open Championship venues including Royal Troon and Turnberry, and the highly regarded Prestwick, all within easy reach. There are 10 golf courses all within a 10-mile radius.

Along with farming and golf, the county is known for its excellent salmon fishing on the rivers Ayr, Doon, Girvan and Stinchar. Game shooting is also popular within the region, whilst Ayr Racecourse, home of the Scottish Grand National, is about 15 miles south. The Firth of Clyde offers marine and chandlery services together with scenic coastal sailing.

The area is well served by agricultural services and suppliers.

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