Cunninghamhead Estate, North Ayrshire

Park Homes at Cunninghamhead Estate

Two Bed Omar Newmarket (36x20)

Cunninghamhead Estate

Two Bed Omar Newmarket (36x20)

Cunninghamhead, Kilmarnock



Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Cunninghamhead Estate Have?

Designed for Retired Residents
Exclusively for Over-50s
Luxury Park Homes
Pet-Friendly Park
Private Gardens
Convenient yet Rural Location


Cunninghamhead Estate is an exclusive and beautiful park designed for residents aged fifty and over. Situated just over five miles from the picturesque town of Irvine within the coastal county of Ayrshire making the park ideal for a peaceful retirement.

The park location is steeped in history with it being on the grounds of the former Cunninghamhead Mansion House, owned by a sequence of families since the fifteenth century. It has since been developed to a fully residential park and with full planning permission and a permanent residential Site Licence. Each home has mains water, drainage and electricity.

Deep in the heart of Kilmarnock and Ayrshire, this is an exclusive residential community.  Aimed at residents approaching retirement, the park offers residents the chance to move to quiet, coastal Ayrshire, where they can enjoy their non-working years against a peaceful backdrop at a slower pace.  Offering an extensive neighbourhood, this is one of the most popular communities of its kind, supporting new residents with the chance to break free from hustle and bustle.

While the park is easy to get to and from via towns and cities, it is keenly placed to avoid all of the aggravations and noise that city living can bring.  Nestled in the heart of some of Scotland’s best-loved country and coastal haunts, it is a historical area that will appeal to anyone keen to get to know the region a little better. 

The park’s staff work hard to present a community that is safe, well-facilitated and exclusive to retirees of a certain age.  As people approach retirement age, the need for safety, security and slower living can become necessities.  Therefore, communities like this exist to help bring quieter living standards to the people that deserve them the most. 

This site presents a unique park home experience which will likely appeal to many people who want to break free from suburbia.  Park living is affordable and awash with everyday comfort – and Cunninghamhead Estate is one of the best parks in the region to provide the experience many have read about. 

About Cunninghamhead Estate

This is a unique park in that it was once part of a wider stately home.  The park grounds once belonged to Cunninghamhead Mansion House, set up here in the 1400s.  Since that time, its grounds have made way for a unique residential park that thrives in the fantastic history its area is famous for.  It is a park with full modern facilities and luxury living standards.  Therefore, anyone keen to retire to Ayrshire will be happy to find a property that is comfortable and close to some of the most intriguing local history.

The park is an exclusive neighbourhood which backs onto more than 20 acres of beautiful countryside.  Therefore, residents can always take in the best of Ayrshire in all directions.  The park is ideal for people who are approaching retirement or who are semi-retired, with clear links to nearby cities and towns should accessibility be a must.

The park’s quiet, quaint neighbourhood seeks to mimic the cosy, community feel that many people miss from modern suburbia.  Therefore, a property here could prove to be a good foothold for anyone who wants to move closer to like-minded people.  Properties are exclusive to those who are over the age of 50.  This makes for a friendly, like-minded neighbourhood of people who are keen to look out for one another.

The park is carefully gated and offers no access to the public.  Park staff ensure that the estate is completely private at all times, meaning that residents can head back here and always be sure of a safe, peaceful night’s sleep.

Residents have their own exclusive plots and properties, however, grounds management falls to the maintenance and on-site staff.  The grounds are beautifully kept and blend in with the surrounding areas. 

Homeowners will benefit from modern facilities and conveniences.  The site is fully residential with drainage and energy services offered as standard.  Staff at the park are friendly and are always ready to help new residents settle in.  They will also help with a variety of queries relating to the wider area.  Moving into the park is easy, with independent living assured as standard.

Residents can easily get to know their new neighbours.  However, they can also retire home to their own private properties without fear of intrusion.  The secure nature of the park and the close neighbourhood will ensure no one feels unsafe. 

The Location

Ayrshire is a corner of Scotland which benefits from some of the most picturesque country and coastal views.  Cunninghamhead Estate provides residents with the chance to explore sea, sand and countryside alike, with a multitude of walks opening up just outside the main gates.  For further adventuring, public transport and road links are not too far away.

Prospective residents concerned about road noise can rest easy knowing that, while convenient for travel, no noise or light disruption ever affects the park itself.  Therefore, a peaceful night’s sleep and relaxing days are all but guaranteed.

The park is easy to reach via the B769 heading through Cunninghamhead itself, attaching to Irvine Road and Overtoun Road.  It is a stone’s throw from Lawthorn and Girdle Toll, as well as main road links back towards Kilmarnock.  The A78 and A71 will take residents to and from the Scottish mainland with ease.

The wider country area is worth seeing up close in detail.  The park itself makes full use of its surroundings, taking clear inspiration in its design.  The parkis off the beaten track to some extent, but it is easy to reach through GPS, especially if residents and drivers head up through Kilmarnock.  There are also public transport links heading through Kilmarnock out towards the park, making it very easy to head out from.

The site is surrounded by various towns and villages which offer authentic Ayrshire charm.  As well as being close to some wonderful coastal views and unique country walks, residents can easily explore the local scenes for heritage and history on their doorstep.

Country parks and waterside walks beckon upon moving – meaning that there is plenty to take in and do even outside of the extensive park estates itself. 

The Local Area

Cunninghamhead Estate is very close to the extensive Eglinton Country Park, where residents can take occasional waterside wanders.  It’s also a great family day out for when the grandchildren visit.  It is also only a short drive from the Bogside Flats, backing onto the main Ayrshire coastline.  It is here where many people from the park will want to head down for sandy strolls and intensive views of the sea beyond.

What’s more, itd only a short drive – around ten minutes – from the town of Irvine.  Irvine is one of Ayrshire’s most-celebrated historical towns, famous for its varied local scene of restaurants, pubs and eateries for families and couples to enjoy.  Therefore, the area is perfect to welcome visitors to. 

Residents can also sample further history out at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, celebrating the life of the iconic poet, and Dean Castle Park, complete with woodland walks and leisure facilities.  Those who also want to take in wider cities elsewhere can easily head out towards Glasgow, which is around 30 minutes away via the roads.

Kilmarnock, too, is well worth visiting, as are the various traditional communities scattered across the further Ayrshire coast.  Communities such as Ayr, Prestwick, Troon and Lagg all offer genuine character, bringing residents at the park closer to some of the most interesting coastal haunts this side of the country.

Cunninghamhead Estate’s links to main roads and local towns will appeal to anyone who wants to find somewhere quiet to retire to, but who also doesn’t want to lose access to some of their favourite modern amenities.  Kilmarnock, Irvine, Ayr and East Kilbride will all offer plenty of shops and services that residents would otherwise have experienced elsewhere.

Residents might even wish to take a trip across the Firth of Clyde, which will connect them to the rugged Isle of Arran.  The Isle of Bute and Largs are also close to this area.  Anyone keen to spend their retirement exploring Scotland’s wider islands will likely find Cunninghamhead Estate to offer the perfect home base. 

Why Choose Cunninghamhead Estate

This is a unique residential community with character, charm, and plenty of links to local amenities.  Before this, however, it is a close-knit neighbourhood of like-minded people.  Its exclusive property array will appeal to anyone keen to break free from the suburbs or other standards of town and city living. 

The Ayrshire coast is magnificent to see up close, and with access to some of the county’s best-loved country walks, residents can always be sure that there will be something new to see and do from day to day.  It is a corner of Scotland which gives residents the freedom to explore the wider islands, as well as to head back to the mainland to sample city attractions.

The parks central, historic location in the heart of Kilmarnock offers a desirable hub for anyone keen to retire slowly and quietly.  The tranquil community, backed by rural landscapes and views of the Clyde, is continuing to prove popular as time goes by.  Therefore, should properties become available, early viewings are always a must.

The staff are very approachable and will help with a variety of queries, concerns, and recommendation requests.  The park celebrates independent living and offers a safe, secure home base for scores of people.


Cunninghamhead Estate
North Ayrshire