Local Activities and Days out

Theres so much to do here in Ayrshire.  If your kids are whinging that they are bored this summer, visit Culzean Country Park.  Take a picnic and tire them out with a long walk through the woods.  There’s also Heads of Ayr Farm Park, or Craufurland Tree Top Trails for an exciting obstacle course in the trees.  For the enthusiasts, a trip over to Arran and a hike up Goat Fell is an absolute must for the spectacular views alone.  

For a less expensive day out, pack your bucket and spade and don’t forget about our beaches, Ayr, Prestwick, Troon, Croy, Maidens. 

Click onto ‘what’s on!’ Ayrshire for a full list of local events. 

Housing and Property Market

Internet searches for property must be our favourite pastime.  Apart from football and love island obviously. 

Great News!  Todays’ property market in Ayrshire is certainly in favour of the seller.  Folk from all over are relocating to our lovely seaside towns. And why not?  

Bad News! This has had a knock-on effect with the Rental Market, and as such the supply of rental properties far outweighs the demand of prospective tenants.  As a local Estate and Letting Agent, we are seeing the desperation of those who have sold their properties and at closing dates, have nowhere to go!  It’s becoming increasingly difficult to find their next home.

If you are a landlord and have a vacant property, find out why it hasn’t yet attracted the right tenant. 

Here at Parkview Property, we have at least half a dozen excellent prospective tenants to choose from each one of our advertised properties.  Unfortunately, this means we need to let several ideal tenants down. Let us know if you can help.   

Shop Local

Don’t forget to support our local businesses too.   Eat out at an independent café, bar or restaurant.  These guys have struggled and will appreciate your custom and support. We are spoiled for choice.  Balgarth Pines, Fox and Willow, The Urbanist…too many to choose from.

While you are shopping locally, why not visit the Farmers Market at The Cross, Kilmarnock.  The produce is fresher than anywhere else, and what you spend goes directly to the farmer.

  • It is important to remember that by using these venues, you are supporting the local economy and sustaining local jobs.

You can find details of local events / activity days and local businesses on Facebook and What’s on! Ayrshire.

You can also find us on FB and more property information on our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYqKXM_WiK5qXZNVL3X90fQ