‘Sunnyside Nursery’ is a well-established plant nursery, garden centre and florist business contained within a 2.80 Ha (6.91 Acre) landholding, large parts of which remain undeveloped.
A landscaped private access road off Hazel Grove extends in to a public car park and an attractive owners bungalow with private garden grounds, adjacent to which are the main business buildings.
The main building comprises of two relatively modern, interlinking buildings and glasshouses currently used for the sale of garden equipment, seasonal displays and floristry sales.
Other permanent buildings on site comprise three detached aluminium framed and gas heated greenhouse buildings to the rear of the main building and dwelling, with two additional aluminium framed poly tunnel structures used mainly for display purposes.
The site extends to the north east along a small burn with currently unused fields offering potential for further
development of the existing facility, or, for use as a paddock.
Low density residential development may be possible, subject to obtaining the necessary local authority consents.
Summarised as follows:
Over ground and attic floors - Vestibule and Hallway,
Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Four Bedrooms, Bathroom
and Shower Room
Total gross internal floor area 176 sq.m. (1898 sq.ft.), or
On a gross internal basis, the subjects extend to the following
Sales/Display Area: 333 sq.m. (3584 sq. ft.)
Glasshouses: 663 sq.m. (7137 sq. ft.)
Poly Tunnels: 306 sq.m. (3249 sq. ft.)
From OS measuring systems, we estimate the site to extend
to 2.80 Ha (6.91 Acre), or thereby.
Located to the east of Hazel Grove, a local road route, within the Corsehill area to the east of Kilwinning town centre, situated on the outskirts of the town not far from Kilwinning Cemetery. The B778 and A737 road routes are located nearby leading north to Glasgow and south to Irvine.
Kilwinning is a growing town of around 16,000 residents within North Ayrshire region, approximately 25 miles south west of Glasgow and 4 miles north of Irvine. Kilwinning railway station has regular services to Ayr, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stranraer, whilst the main Ayrshire bus routes runs through the town.
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