Wednesday, 25 May 2016
Leading independent Scottish property consultancy CKD Galbraith is offering for sale Drumcoyle House, by Coylton, Ayrshire, a superb country house situated in an idyllic rural location just six miles from Ayr with beautiful views across the rich parkland of Sundrum Estate and the countryside around.
The property extends to about twenty acres and has first class equestrian facilities as well as a detached holiday cottage which provides an additional source of income through the summer months.
Internally Drumcoyle House is bright and modern with well-proportioned rooms and a simple “Mediterranean” feel.
The breakfasting kitchen has excellent storage and ample space for a large dining table and chairs. There is also a separate dining room adjacent to the kitchen.
The sunroom is a wonderful room, warmed with a log burning stove and with views across the manicured gardens.
Two bedrooms and a bathroom are located on the ground floor and there is also a living room with a little kitchen and bathroom off which can be used as a self-contained apartment. Two further ensuite bedrooms are located on the first floor.
Stables Cottage is a charming pied-a-terre situated within the grounds of Drumcoyle and currently operating as a successful holiday let during the summer and autumn months. It reflects the standards of the main house with an open plan living and kitchen area and two ensuite bedrooms.
The policies of Drumcoyle are immaculate. A tarmac driveway sweeps up to the house bordered by a level well-tended lawn and gravel chips.
At the rear there is a delightful pond sheltered by mature trees and crossed by an ornate metal bridge.
The equestrian facilities are excellent. A purpose built stable block houses 12 stables and there is an adjoining WC and first aid room. In addition there is a large sand arena and turn out arena. The grazing land extends to about 18 acres in five well fenced fields.
Offers Over £675,000 are being sought.
PDF available on www.ckdgalbraith.co.uk
About CKD Galbraith
CKD Galbraith is an independent property consultancy employing 225 staff in offices across Scotland including Edinburgh, Stirling, Perthshire, Cupar, Inverness, Castle Douglas, Ayr, Elgin, Galashiels, Kelso, and Aberdeen, offering local knowledge, national expertise and enjoying international reach.
The firm is Scotland’s largest and leading rural consultancy managing and providing advice on farm, forestry, land and estate interests on over three million acres. CKD Galbraith provides the full range of property consulting services across the residential, commercial, rural and renewable energy sectors throughout Scotland and northern England. The partnership also enjoys a successful relationship with its associate firm CKD Kennedy Macpherson.
CKD Galbraith’s Ayr Office is a Founder Member of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle.
BY: Iain Ferguson
TRAINER Keith Dalgleish hailed his super filly Maleficent Queen, the 3-1 favourite, after she made it five wins from six runs when winning the £50,000 British Stallion Studs EBF Tennent’s Rothesay Stakes, a Listed Race over a mile and a quarter at Ayr’s Tennent’s Raceday last week.
[Trainer Keith Dalgleish (third right) with jockey Phil Makin
and connections of his big Ayr winner Maleficent Queen.]
Keith said: ”As soon as this race was announced I had it in mind for her. She won here last September and obviously likes the track and she win well again today.
“I’ll speak to the owner and we may go for a group race next and might put her up in trip to a mile and a half.”
For the second Ayr meeting in a row Irish trainer Adrian Keatley saddled a treble. He started the ball rolling when Nice Vintage (3-1 favourite), ridden by Kieren Fallon, won the one mile two furlong CCE Enterprises Handicap by three and a quarter lengths from Grand Canyon.
The second leg of the three timer saw Anonymous Lady (3-1 joint favourite), again ridden by Kieren Fallon, get up on the line to win the five furlong Jacks On Fire Handicap from Classy Anne. And the treble was completed by Millefiori (4-1), the mount of young Robbie Dolan in the Franklin & Sons Apprentice Handicap.
Adrian, dashing to board a private plane from Prestwick back to Ireland, said: “I thought we would do well today and it’s great to have another treble at Ayr – it’s certainly my lucky course and it’s great to have Kieren riding for me.”
The biggest price winner of the day was the Jim Goldie trained Lady Cordie in division two of the six furlong handicap. The 33-1 chance, ridden by Joe Doyle, held off Insolenceofoffice by a nose.
For further information please contact Iain Ferguson on 01292 294972 or 07795 565691.
Ayr Racecourse and the associated Western House Hotel are Founder Members of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle.