Common 1

Work has just commenced on Applethwaite Hall at Windermere which is a conversion of a late Victorian Arts & Crafts style country house into twelve luxury apartments. Applethwaite Hall (formally known as The Common) was completed in 1901 as a private family home and was designed by the well renowned Manchester architect Thomas Muirhead who also designed the cricket pavilions at Old Trafford and The Kennington Oval and well as the Public Office’s as St.Annes.

This is likely to be the last opportunity to purchase a property in such a stunning building within the Lake District National Park which can be used both holiday use and permanent living. The first apartment is expected to be ready to view in the autumn.

5% Deposit

The new Government-backed equity scheme ‘help to buy’, means you could move with just a 5% deposit