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To Let – New Build Industrial Units, Auchinleck

Highhouse Industrial Estate, Auchinleck, KA18 2LL
Type: Lease


  • Opportunities for bespoke development to tenants’ requirements.
  • Units from 2000 to 7000sqft with external private yards.
  • Strategic location to cover South and East Ayrshire.
  • Rent on Application.


Highhouse Industrial Estate is located west of Auchinleck town centre, accessed off Barony Road (B7036). Auchinleck (population circa 4000) is a wellestablished town centrally located in East Ayrshire, 15 miles east of Ayr and 2 miles north of Cumnock.

The busy Highhouse Industrial Estate provides 30 units and contract storage facilities to meet the needs of a variety of national and local business occupiers.

The Estate lies within walking distance of the town centre and Auchinleck Train Station (Glasgow 56mins / Dumfries 49mins). The estate has an onsite café and ample car parking for both cars and goods vehicles. Grounds maintenance and CCTV are provided by the Landlord.


New buildings (and yards) will be constructed to current standards. A full specification can be tailored to suit individual needs and provide sustainable design.

All mains services are available at the estate.

Costs will depend on the specification of the development which can be assessed by our development team and discussed with interested parties to agree a rent payable representing individual preferences.

Tenants will be expected to enter into a full repairing lease and to pay separately the assessed commercial rate and for services at
the premises. Each party will be responsible
for their own legal costs.


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Contact Details

Branch: Ayr
Telephone: 01292 286974
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