DM Hall places rarely-available Ayrshire residential development opportunity on the market

Strathdoon House, a Category B listed detached property originally built as a house in Ayr’s prestigious Racecourse Road but last used as offices, is being marketed as a conversion/extension opportunity by the Ayr office of DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading independent firms of Chartered Surveyors.

Racecourse Road is a prime residential location one mile south west of the town centre and close to Seafield beach front, the old Racecourse playing fields, Seafield Golf Course and Wellington School.

Strathdoon House extends to 5,415 square ft. and has extensive grounds amounting to around 0.4 hectare, or one acre, which may be suitable for further development including apartments and mews cottages.

Anthony Zdanowicz of DM Hall, said: “Strathdoon House’s owners obtained planning consent last year to a change of use to residential and, potentially, its conversion and or extension, to form a substantial and high-quality home which includes a swimming pool.

It represents a rarely-available commercial opportunity for possible conversion into apartments and further residential development and we are inviting offers from interested parties. Consideration will be given to offers conditional on planning permission.”

For further information please contact Anthony Zdanowicz at DM Hall’s commercial Department, 15 Miller Road, Ayr, KA7 2AX, telephone 01292 268055.

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