Jaw-Dropping Views Across The Rolling Cumbrian Countryside
Situated In One Of Englands Highest Villages
Perfect Bolthole Or Holiday Let
Select Development - Only Two Cottages Available
Jaw-dropping views, genuine 'off grid' location, dramatic hilltop position...if you're looking for something unique and inspiring, a bolthole or a holiday let, then you really need to consider one of these two three-bedroom semi detached cottages. With a quality design and build this bespoke and unique development situated on around a six-acre plot needs to go to your must-view list. With the rolling Cumbrian hills as an inspiring backdrop come and find the real you! QUOTE AP0121.
Forget the overpopulated Lake District come and enjoy proper solitude and peace and quiet in this wonderful area. The accommodation has been brilliantly planned around the all-encompassing views across the valley. The accommodation is cozy yet contemporary and features open-plan living and landscaped gardens which make the most of the position. Both properties have underfloor heating throughout and have a bathroom and an additional en-suite off the main bedroom. The tiny village of Nenthead has much history and is one of England's highest villages, at around 1,500 feet. It is a popular stop on the coast-to-coast walking/cycling route. The village itself was built around the middle of the 18th century and was one of the first purpose-built industrial villages in Britain. Situated just over four miles east from the village of Alston the property sits within the Eden District of Cumbria. The Great Border City of Carlisle is approximately 35 miles away, Newcastle upon Tyne 44 miles (approx), Penrith 24 miles (approx) and historic Hexham is just over 20 miles away.
The village itself has a good mix of houses dotted around the hillside location with the River Nent nicely meandering through the village which lies on Alston Moor, in the North Pennine hills - an area of outstanding natural beauty - AONB. Nenthead and the surrounding area is probably one of the best locations you can visit you have never heard of if you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle!
The planning reference is 18/0955 on Eden district council.
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Air source heating with underfloor heating to both downstairs and upstairs.
High level of PIR insulation fitted throughout to maximise thermal/energy efficiency.
Stone on the new builds all salvaged from the original farmhouse.
Surecav panels have been installed to halve the carbon footprint and give a better thermal performance, the panels are 100% recycled polypropylene.