Kilphin Water tank is a former Scottish Water site with a redundant water tank, situated around a mile from Ballantrae in South Ayrshire. The site occupies and area of about 0.28 acres (0.11 hectares). The site is defined by a post and wire fence and hedge rows. The site has a large redundant water tank and also houses a working Scottish Water pump house located within the corner of the site which is separated by post and wire fence. Access to the site is off a B class road that can be access from the A77.
We are informed by the client that a planning application to build a dwelling house was submitted in 2014 which was refused on the grounds of access, Any interested parties would need to make their own enquiries in respect to future use of the site with South Ayrshire Council Planning.
Previous planning documents are available on request.
The site is located a around a mile from Ballantrae village and is set in a tranquil location with wonderful country and sea views. Ballantrae has an excellent local primary school as well as good local amenities including a post office/village store, doctors surgery, petrol station, hotel and a harbour. Further amenities can be found in Girvan and Stranraer. Girvan is about 13 miles away with a railway station, supermarket and secondary school. The town of Stranraer is located 18 miles away with a railway station, supermarkets, secondary school and swimming pool.