Modern Mode for Ancient Place IngletonPosted on October 18, 2011 | News
An historic Ingleton site which a century ago was a flourishing steam laundry is becoming a popular place for home buyers.
Old Laundry Mews is emerging as a prime housing location and, not surprisingly, interest is surging.
Award-winning Kendal developers Russell Armer Homes have brought a distinctive scheme of five houses and 11 apartments to the market, where quality and value for money go hand-in-hand.
First floor, mid terrace plot 9 has two bedrooms and offers buyers roomy, open plan comfort for just £129,950.
The 4.08 by 3.41m living room leads on to a smart kitchen diner. Boasting a comprehensive range of Zanussi appliances, along with stylish units and worktops, the fitted kitchen has huge appeal.
A classy bathroom comes courtesy of Gustavsberg, a Villeroy & Boch company, and the master bedroom is a generous 4.71 by 2.82m.
Allocated parking space for plot 9 is also a bonus on a development where half the homes have already been sold.
An idyllic village on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, Ingleton offers easy access to the Lakes and Morecambe. The lively village has a good range of shops, schools, library and a GP surgery.
In a thriving community, there are excellent sporting opportunities, including an open-air summer pool, and a rich industrial heritage.
Visit Old Laundrey Mews’ impressive show apartment, open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 5.30pm, 07967 167033.