Monday 10 March 2014
New phase launching at Crindledyke Farm, Carlisle
The next phase of the award winning Crindledyke Farm development in Carlisle is set to launch this week.
A variety of different house types are available, as well as some of the best selling house types from the first phase. The first of the new properties will be completed for customers to move into from Summer 2014.
The new house types include the three bedroom semi detached ‘Juniper’ house, with 846 square feet of living space and driveway parking. The Juniper also has a spacious kitchen dining room, a large lounge with French doors to the patio and three bedrooms including the master bedroom with ensuite shower room.
The new releases will also include more of the popular Hornbeam. This four bedroom detached house has an integral garage and driveway parking and gives buyers 1261 square feet of living space. The Hornbeam house has a traditional layout with a kitchen and utility room, a separate dining room and a lounge with French doors leading to the patio and rear garden. As with every Story Home, the Hornbeam is finished to a higher than average specification and has the quality trademarks associated with Story Homes.
Susan Pollard, Sales Manager said: “The new release at Crindledyke Farm will give buyers even more choice when they come to deciding which Story Home is perfect for their needs. As well as the popular four bedroom detached homes, we have a number of three bedroom semi detached homes which are perfect for first time buyers, couples and families moving up the ladder. Crindledyke Farm has proved to be extremely popular with customers looking for a spacious and high quality home for their family and we are delighted with the feedback we have received about Crindledyke Farm to date.”
Crindledyke Farm is an Urban Village on the edge of Carlisle, boasting fantastic transport links and the UK’s fastest broadband speeds. With up to 850 homes planned for this development, the village will eventually have its own school, public amenities and plenty of open space. More than 25 properties at Crindledyke Farm have already been occupied by happy customers since the development started in 2013 and many more are under construction.