What is Troon like to live in?
Subsequently, one may also ask, is Troon a good place to live?
TROON has been named the happiest place to live in Scotland due to friendly neighbours, good community spirit, opportunities to develop skills in the area and a strong feeling of safety. Ayr was the second happiest place to live in Scotland, followed by Edinburgh in third.
Subsequently, question is, what is Kilmarnock like to live in? It states: “Once an industrial powerhouse, famed internationally for its carpets, Kilmarnock is now a post-industrial wasteland, with much of its once handsome town centre bulldozed. The main shopping drag is a grim, litter-strewn wind tunnel with nary an outlet that isn't a pound shop or a pawnbroker.
Also asked, what is West Kilbride like to live in?
West Kilbride, fantastic place to live, great coastal location -superb beach, good primary school (secondary not so), very cosmopolitan, great range of people from arty types to born and bred in the village types, all rub along nicely (most of the time).
Where is the best place to live in Ayrshire?
Orkney is the second most desirable place to live in the UK and retained its title as the best place to live in Scotland. South Ayrshire includes the towns of Ayr, Girvan, Maybole, Prestwick and Troon. It is home to a population of 112,799 (2011 census) and is set in the south west of Scotland.