Rozelle Holm Farm, comprises the site of three original character filled cottages dating from the 1830's and forming part of the original Rozelle Estate Farm. The buildings were later extended and converted into a 38 bedroom nursing home that has operated on site for over 32 years.
Following its recent closure, the sale of Rozelle Holm Farm offers a unique opportunity to revert to its former residential use by altering the existing buildings to form a mews style development, with potential to create up to 12 generous sized dwellings as per the indicative plan provided, comprising of two, three and four bedroom, character filled homes with private and communal courtyard areas, front gardens and allocated parking, all within a short walk of the local amenities.
The buildings on site consists of a detached two storey family home at the site entrance, a detached two storey office building with potential to create a single dwelling, a rear single storey cottage property with potential to form two semi-detached cottages and the main stone built building, with potential to convert up to eight mews cottages over ground and attic floors.
LocationRozelle Holm Farm is located within the idyllic suburb of Alloway, 2 miles south of Ayr and on the eastern edge of Rozelle Estate, a 96 acre urban park consisting of mixed woodland, parkland, ponds and Rozelle House, a Georgian mansion with a rich history and whose previous visitors include William Burrell and Winston Churchill. Rozelle House is now a museum and art gallery.
Rozelle Estate has many outdoor activities with numerous walking and equestrian trails and is used for a variety of events on an annual basis including the Ayr Flower Show.
The quaint Alloway Village, a short walk from the property, has good local facilities including a shop, a post office and a pharmacy. The renowned Burns Cottage and Robert Burns Birthplace Museum are located nearby whilst Alloway Primary School, the top ranked primary school in the region, is only a 5 minute walk from the property. Quality secondary and further education facilities, including Wellington School and The University of West of Scotland, are located within a couple of miles.
Home Farm Road lies just off The Loaning, and close to Maybole Road providing easy access to Ayr Town Centre and the A/M77.
Ayr is the administrative capital of the South Ayrshire Council region and has a population of around 47,000 persons with excellent shopping, leisure and educational facilities. The town lies 39 miles south west of Glasgow with a 50 minute drive time via the A77 on the eastern periphery of the town. Ayr railway station has fast, regular services to Glasgow with a one hour commute.