Earl’s Green is nestled in a quiet residential area within the scenic coastal town of Barassie, overlooking the Isle of Arran and within walking distance from sandy beaches and Troon’s thriving town centre. From your new home in this highly sought after area, you will be surrounded by exceptionally beautiful countryside while still having all the local amenities your family needs right on your doorstep.
From Barassie, Troon’s picturesque town centre is within walking distance of your family’s new home. Troon benefits from a range of local amenities including supermarkets, local butchers, high street shops, boutique cafés and stylish restaurants. If you’re a sports enthusiast, you can take advantage of Troon’s sports club, swimming pool, sailing club and a variety of golf courses. Troon is also home to the world-famous Royal Troon Golf Club which hosts the Open Championship.
If you travel further afield to Ayr, you’ll find a larger selection of shops, sports facilities and the Ayr Racecourse which has a range of events throughout the year. A short commute to Glasgow also gives you access to excellent career opportunities, unrivalled high street shopping and entertainment options in Scotland’s largest city.
Whether you love spending tranquil afternoons strolling along the coast or you want to try your hand at a range of water sports, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for just minutes from your new home at Earl’s Green. You will also be surrounded by a multitude of historical and cultural attractions. Culzean Castle and Country Park, Burns National Heritage Park and Dundonald Castle can all be easily reached from your new home.
Earl’s Green is well catered for by both the St. Patrick’s Primary School and the non-denominational Struthers Primary School. There are a range of high schools with excellent reputations in the surrounding area including Marr Collage in Troon and Queen Margaret’s Academy in Prestwick.
Earl’s Green is just a short walk from Barassie’s train station which provides frequent services to Glasgow, Prestwick and Ayr. You also have easy access to the adjacent A77 and A78 dual carriageways, which connect to the M77, M8 and the M74 motorways. Finally, Prestwick Airport is also just a few minutes’ drive.