Property ripe for conversion to hospitality business
A FORMER clinic in Ayr that’s said to be ripe for conversion to a hospitality business has come onto the market.
Located just off Racecourse Road, close to the Old Racecourse playing fields and Seafield golf course, Strathdoon House is a B-listed property which was originally built for residential purposes and, more recently, used by NHS Ayrshire & Arran as a clinic and office.
The location of the property offers an ideal combination of amenity and convenience.
Set in its own grounds, the property comprises 19 main rooms, an ancillary kitchen, ladies, gents and disabled toilet facilities and attic storage space.
Office space is provided in a separate mews wing, and there’s said to be excellent car parking in front of the building.
John Cowan, consultant at Shepherd’s Ayr office, said Strathdoon House offers “considerable scope for use and development”, including conversion to a small hotel or guest house, subject to planning.
“Positioned within a few hundred yards or so of the seafront and no more than a mile from central shopping and the main business areas of the town, the location of the property is such that it offers an ideal combination of amenity and convenience,” said Cowan.
The property offers considerable scope for conversion to a small hotel or guest house.
Shepherd is marketing Strathdoon House with a price tag of offers in excess of £495,000.