Location, Location, Location: Kilmaurs
If you're looking to swap the hustle and bustle of city-centre living and enjoy the best of the countryside, then Evergreen Manor is the perfect place for you to put down roots.
Located in the East Ayrshire village of Kilmaurs, Evergreen Manor offers a range of three to five-bedroom homes in a mix of detached and semi-detached styles to suit all types of buyers. Combining all the benefits of a new build home with village living, it's easy to see why Evergreen Manor is proving so popular with house-hunters.
Here’s what makes Kilmaurs the perfect place to set up home:
The quaint village of Kilmaurs lies on the Carmel Water, making it a great location to explore the area's natural beauty. Morton Park is just a 10-minute walk from the development and is a great spot for an afternoon stroll along the water.
The nearby Rowallan Castle hosts a 19-hole championship golf course, interactive falcon displays and local fishing trips and even offers a fine dining experience at its Glasshouse restaurant, perfect for a special occasion.
Just a short distance from Evergreen Manor is the charming village main street, where residents will find a selection of local shops and restaurants. 30 Main and Weston Tavern are popular with the locals for a bite to eat, and at The Cracked Olive, you can enjoy a range of local produce, including baked goods, butcher meat, and fruit and veg.
The larger town of Kilmarnock is also close by with plenty more shopping options, including Next Home, Smyths Toy Superstore and The Range. There's also plenty of local attractions to enjoy, such as the Dick Institute and Dean Castle Country Park.
Beside the seaside
One of the many benefits of Evergreen Manor is its proximity to the coast, where you can enjoy some of the West of Scotland's much-loved beaches. In less than 20-minutes in the car, families can enjoy the Irvine seafront, with views over the Firth of Clyde and the Isle of Arran. Troon beach and the charming harbour are also a short drive from Kilmaurs, where The Wee Hurrie comes highly recommended for all your fish and chip needs.
See the local sites
Ayrshire is home to many historic sites, including the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum where visitors can discover the inspiration behind the famous Scots poet, and Culzean Castle and Country Park with acres of land to explore, including the smugglers caves on the beach below the castle. A family favourite in the area is the Heads of Ayr Farm Park, where you can find a fun activity no matter the weather.
For those looking for easy access to the central belt, Kilmaurs station is only an eight-minute walk from the development, where you can hop on a train and arrive in Glasgow City Centre in just over half an hour.