Next phase at iconic Lancaster Moor legacy

NEXT PHASE AT LANCASTER MOOR

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JUNE, 2017

News & Events

With all homes in the landmark building ‘The Residence’ now reserved, construction has started on Moor Park, a small complementary development that will sit within the grounds of the original listed building.

Situated in a secluded leafy setting Moor Park will offer just 62 high specification properties built from traditional quarried stone. They range from three bedroom mews homes perfect for first time buyers to large five bedroom executive family homes as well as a later phase of individually designed apartments. All plots include garaging or allocated parking.

“Moor Park offers buyers a unique opportunity to live within this beautiful and privileged setting”

The location offers a perfect combination:- easy access to Lancaster City Centre and all it has to offer but with the beauty of the Bowland Fells a short walk from your front door. For resident’s additional convenience there is also going to be a reputable local shop accessible from Quernmore road.

The generous gardens and expansive green space along the access road and around the apartment building makes the most of the mature landscape setting and gives the whole development an established atmosphere. New trees have been planted and there will be a tree-lined avenue giving access to the development.

The highly desirable row of Mews homes featuring ‘The Claybury’ style of property will be the first to complete, ready for occupation in Autumn 2017. Demand is expected to be high, and parties who have registered their interest will be invited to an exclusive preview of the Show Home in July to experience first-hand luxury living in a historic setting at Moor Park, Lancaster. You can read more about properties at Moor Park here.

You can read more about the transformation at Lancaster Moor here in The North West Insider Magazine.

Clementine Allen – Resident at The Residence in Lancaster.

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December, 2015

RESIDENT AT THE RESIDENCE

Clementine Allens Story

The Residence at Lancaster Moor has established itself as the premier address in Lancaster, a magnificent development in a stunning setting and home to a mix of lovely people who are now proud to call it home. Lovely people like Clementine Allen who swapped a large seven bedroom Georgian property ten miles out of the city for life in one of the building’s stunning penthouses.

It was a dramatic but successful shift and she said: “I lived in my old home for 47 years but have not missed it once – isn’t that odd? But the time was right and I know I made the right decision because I already feel settled here. My apartment has high ceilings, lovely windows, a private terrace so no gardening and is all on one level, so no stairs. Some of the pieces of furniture I brought with me are large but they fit in perfectly and it all came up in the lift!

EXCELLENT MIX OF RESIDENTS

“There are only eight apartments in this section and I have already met some interesting neighbours and I love the mix of people living here.” She also fell in love with the character of her new home which features a distinctive oriel window in the spacious living room and has views over open playing fields from the terrace.

Clementine, owner of the renowned Pizza Margherita restaurant in the city centre is passionate about Lancaster and a member of the Civic Trust.

She said: “When you downsize you don’t want smaller rooms – you just want fewer of them. And you want to be nearer to things and part of life not shut away or stuck somewhere remote in the country.

SCALE AND GRANDEUR

“The Residence is perfect. It offers scale and grandeur but is close to everything. From here I can walk into the city and a taxi back costs just £3.90 so no parking charges which makes it far easier to get to the restaurant.

“I like the fact there are all ages of people here and I look over the new build houses where hopefully there will be families and children. It is nice to be able to hear the sound of children playing.

“I had my two children young and now have four grandchildren with a great grandchild on the way and I love them coming to visit.

“I think I am forging a new way – downsizing into the city. Maybe it’s because in my head I still feel 19, but I can certainly recommend it!”

The Residence at Lancaster Moor has established itself as the premier address in Lancaster, a magnificent development in a stunning setting and home to a mix of lovely people who are now proud to call it home. Lovely people like Clementine Allen who swapped a large seven bedroom Georgian property ten miles out of the city for life in one of the building’s stunning penthouses.

It was a dramatic but successful shift and she said: “I lived in my old home for 47 years but have not missed it once – isn’t that odd? But the time was right and I know I made the right decision because I already feel settled here. My apartment has high ceilings, lovely windows, a private terrace so no gardening and is all on one level, so no stairs. Some of the pieces of furniture I brought with me are large but they fit in perfectly and it all came up in the lift!

EXCELLENT MIX OF RESIDENTS

“There are only eight apartments in this section and I have already met some interesting neighbours and I love the mix of people living here.” She also fell in love with the character of her new home which features a distinctive oriel window in the spacious living room and has views over open playing fields from the terrace.

Clementine, owner of the renowned Pizza Margherita restaurant in the city centre is passionate about Lancaster and a member of the Civic Trust.

She said: “When you downsize you don’t want smaller rooms – you just want fewer of them. And you want to be nearer to things and part of life not shut away or stuck somewhere remote in the country.

SCALE AND GRANDEUR

“The Residence is perfect. It offers scale and grandeur but is close to everything. From here I can walk into the city and a taxi back costs just £3.90 so no parking charges which makes it far easier to get to the restaurant.

“I like the fact there are all ages of people here and I look over the new build houses where hopefully there will be families and children. It is nice to be able to hear the sound of children playing.

“I had my two children young and now have four grandchildren with a great grandchild on the way and I love them coming to visit.

“I think I am forging a new way – downsizing into the city. Maybe it’s because in my head I still feel 19, but I can certainly recommend it!”