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Crindledyke Farm and Mabel Wood opening this weekend

April 2013

We are delighted to open two new developments to the public this week.

Both Crindledyke Farm in Carlisle and Mabel Wood at Great Clifton are launching show homes for public viewing.       Crindledyke Farm, an urban village development on the northern edge of Carlisle, is launching phase one of the projNew Houses at Crindledyke Farm and Mabel Wood open this weekend ect with three beautifully designed show homes. The Cypress, Beech and Cedar style homes will give visitors an idea of the fantastic style and finish they can expect from a Story Homes house, including the layout, space and added extras that come as standard.

Crindledyke Farm is located close to the well established transport network, yet offers an element of rural living on the edge of the city. The houses have been designed and built with the distinctive and stylish Story Homes’ finish, making use of the traditional red sandstone from the area. Brick and slate have also been used to complete the appearance, making sure that each one fits perfectly with the peaceful and natural countryside location.

Both developments currently have three and four bedroom house types available. Further development to Crindledyke will see a variety of two, three and four bedroom houses, including detached, semi-detached and apartments. There will also be an element of rented housing, managed by a social landlord, as well as discounted housing for sale in the future.

Mabel Wood at Great Clifton will see 46 new homes built in the village, helping first time buyers who want to get on the property ladder as well as families looking to upsize to an aspirational home. The houses have been built to accommodate the needs of a range of buyers in the area and offer some much needed affordable homes to the market.

The range of semi detached and detached houses have been built to the southern edge of Great Clifton village, within reach of local amenities including a primary school and post office. As well as benefiting from stunning countryside views and a tree lined entrance, a mixture of stone and brick frontages have been used, in keeping with the character of the village.

Louise McGuckin, Sales Director at Story Homes said: “We are delighted to be offering these two fantastic developments to the market in Cumbria. We know that demand is high and eager buyers have already been enquiring and making reservations on both sites.

“Crindledyke offers the perfect blend of rural and city living, with a community feel too. The location is rural but also perfect for linking to the M6 and the city bypass, as well as city centre amenities and rail links. Mabel Wood is in a fantastic village with its own local amenities and close to both Cockermouth and Workington too.

“We are very proud of both of these developments and visitors to the stunning show homes will not be disappointed by the quality, value for money and high specification on offer.”

Both developments will be open to the public from Saturday 4th May. Please visit the specific development pages for each Crindledyke Farm and Mabel Wood on our website to find out more. Contact details and opening times are also available.