Milestone Developments are delighted to announce the acquisition of the historical Ballochmyle Estate, Mauchline, Ayrshire.
Ballochmyle Estate is a prestigious development situated on the edge of Ballochmyle Golf club and bordered by the river Ayr creating an oasis of tranquillity, only 20 minutes drive from Ayr and 35 minutes from Glasgow. The development consists of beautiful 3 bedroom bungalows, luxurious 5 bedroom & 6 bedroom detached villias. Surrounded by several acres of delightful communal gardens set in a mature landscape within an established estate woodlands Ballochmyle is simply a breathtaking place to call home. When complete Ballochmyle Estate will consist of 110 detached homes and Ballochmyle House. Milestone's Signature Homes range represents a new standard of living on this very special country estate.
Undoubtedly a unique opportunity to own your very own home in this exclusive development. Phase 3 will include a range of 3 bedroom high specification detached bungalows. Prices starting from £285,000.
This exquisite estate is arguably one of the finest in Scotland, set within such a rural and tranquil setting yet close to the local amenities and only 35 mins from Glasgow.
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Ballochmyle Estate Gallery
The history of Ballochmyle Estate
A place of natural beauty, Robert Burns was accustomed to taking walks and musing over his poetry and songs in the Ballochmyle Estate next to the River Ayr. It’s here when he caught sight of Wilhelmina Alexander one-day and composed the song ‘The Bonnie Lass o'Ballochmyle’ in memory of the event. There once stood a straw hoose on the estate, which was known as the Foghouse, though destroyed by fire in 1944, the Foghouse is said to have been built by the nephew of the Bonnie Lass o' Ballochmyle.
Set in the heart of the estate stands Ballochmyle House. This fine red-sandstone mansion was built in 1760 for the Whitefoord family. The building was extended over time with the frontage being added in 1886 by the architect H.M. Wardrop for Sir Claud Alexander. When Sir Claud Alexander died in 1899, the house was let until the government acquired the estate in 1939 for use as a hospital. Ballochmyle House has since been converted into one of the finest examples of luxurious apartments in Scotland on a country estate.