Exciting Rural Living Opportunity
Addington is excited to let you know about their latest development of two redundant barns into two homes for local people at Crosthwaite, near Kendal, Cumbria.
Cruck Barn and Frances Mary Barn were offered to Addington in 2013 by the current farm owners, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cartmell. Mr. and Mrs. Cartmell have generously donated the barns to Addington for conversion into homes for local farming families.
Frances Mary Barn will be a two storey, three-bed dwelling and Cruck Barn a single storey one-bed dwelling and should be available to rent from mid-November. Cruck Barn has been let but we are now looking for prospective tenants for the 3 bedroom, Frances Mary Barn.
The monthly rent will be £800 and eligibility for occupancy will be confined to those working within, retiring from or wishing to work in agriculture or a rural business and who are unable to compete on the open market for housing and who are from the following parishes:
Broughton East Cartmell Fell, Crook, Crosthwaite and Lyth, Helsington, Hugill, Kentmere, Lakes, Longsleddale, Nether Staveley, Over Staveley, Skelwith; Staveley in Cartmel; Underbarrow and Bradleyfield; Upper Allithwaite; Windermere; Witherslack; Meathop and Ulpha; and those parts of the Parishes of Fawcett Forest; Strickland Ketel; Strickland Roger; and Whitwell and Selside which lie within the administrative area of the Lake District National Park.
If you meet the occupancy criteria and would like to apply for Frances Mary Barn, please contact us in the first instance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or ‘phoning us 01926 620135 – option 2