A rural building plot set back from the new A737 Dalry bypass.
A fine rural building plot with full planning permission for a 5-bedroom dwelling house.
North Ayrshire Eplanning reference number: 20/00306/PP.
The site extends to about 0.5 acres.
It is assumed that drainage will be by a SEPA approved private drainage system to be installed by the eventual purchaser.
It is understood that mains electricity is available to the site, as yet not connected.
It is assumed that water will be by mains supply, no connection is established at this time.
Rural location close to Dalry and Beith and with excellent commuter benefits.
The building plot at East of 12 Crossroads is situated in the desirable hamlet of Barkip, mid-way between the North Ayrshire towns of Beith and Dalry.
The plot is situated to the side of the old A737 road, but now set further back due to the arrival of the new A737 Road Realignment.
Beith town centre is 2.5 miles to the east and has a good range of local shops and services that adequately cater for every day needs and requirements.
There are a range of local schools the closest being Garnock Community Campus (1.2 miles) newly built 2017, it provides nursery, primary and secondary education as well as sport and leisure facilities.
Glengarnock has a main line railway station, circa 1 mile away, with frequent service to Glasgow city every thirty minutes and to the Ayrshire coast.
There is good direct access to both the M8 corridor and, via the new A737 Dalry Bypass, the Ayrshire coastline. The international airports of Glasgow and Prestwick are 14 and 18.5 miles respectively.
Glasgow city (22.5 miles) provides an excellent range of professional services, higher education, cultural and retail facilities normally associated with a major city centre.
Tourism is a thriving industry in Ayrshire. The main town of Ayr has its own racecourse and is arguably Scotland's golfing Mecca with the home of the Open Championship at Prestwick and present day Open Championship links at Turnberry and Royal Troon. Alloway is the birthplace of Robert Burns and his legacy continues to draw people to the area.
For the field sportsman/woman the rivers of Ayrshire offer salmon fishing by permit, the Garnock water, which runs through Dalry, has a back end run of salmon. The district also offers some commercially run and challenging low ground driven pheasant shooting and with permission, some of the local estates and land owners allow the chance to stalk roe deer.
Sea fishing sport is available on the Ayrshire coastline.
There are marina, yachting and chandlery services at Troon, Largs and Ardrossan and the lower reaches of the River Clyde, together with the Ayrshire islands, offer some of the most scenically attractive coastal sailing in the United Kingdom.
From Glasgow, proceed west on the M8 motorway. After 9 miles take junction 29 (A737) following signs for Irvine. Continue on the A737 for 12 miles to reach the roundabout (Manrahead) at the southern side of Beith. Continue on the A737 for 1.3 miles turning left onto the now minor (old A737). Proceed along the old road for about 0.3 miles to find the plot, identified by our For Sale Board on the left hand side.
North Ayrshire Council
Tel: 0845 6030592.
The site is to be sold un-serviced; it is understood that mains services are in the vicinity. The purchaser will be responsible for application and any payments required for any services connections.
Note: The services have not been checked or are confirmed by the selling agents.
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.
Vacant possession will be given on completion.