A stunning collection of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom family homes and bungalows

We're passionate about every aspect of our new homes and the highly successful Strawberry Fields development is a fine example of the very best in aspirational living. Strawberry Fields is a development of luxury family homes, finished to a high specification and showcasing attractive exteriors incorporating decorative stone features and natural slate roofs to reflect the charm of the surrounding area.

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Site Plan

Kirkstone Plot 69

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Kirkstone Plot 70

Reserved

Grasmere Plot 71

Reserved

Kirkstone Plot 72

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Grasmere Plot 73

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Ascot Plot 68

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Ascot Plot 67

Sold

Wasdale Plot 66

Sold

Ascot Plot 77

Reserved

Bowfell Plot 76

Reserved

Wasdale Plot 75

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Wasdale Plot 74

Reserved

Grasmere Plot 78

Reserved

Borrowdale Plot 79

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Wasdale Plot 81

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Properties not marked on the site plan will be available in the future.

Local Area

Kendal is an ancient town and dates back to the first century AD and has since been steeped in history and culture. Built around 1200AD, Kendal Castle once home to the Parr family, whose most famous member, Catherine, was a former wife of Henry VIII, the castle itself is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. You can stroll around its ruins and enjoy panoramic views of Kendal and the Lake District mountains. Kendal Parish Church also known as the Holy Trinity Church is the Anglican parish church of Kendal, Cumbria and dates back from the 13th century and is recorded in the National Heritage list of England as a designated Grade I listed building.

Kendal’s more recent history has seen the rise, and fall, of industry, notably in snuff manufacture and shoe marking. K shoes, found by the Somervell family in the 19th century, were one of the town’s main employers. Kendal is also famed for the popular Kendal Mint Cake, which was famously taken on the trans-Antarctic expedition led by Sir Ernest Shackleston and also taken on the first successful ascent to the summit of Mount Everest by Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953.

One of Kendal’s best-loved destinations is the Brewery Arts Centre, which is internationally famed for its exciting programme of theatre and arts. Here you’ll find comedy, live music, workshops, cinema, dance and much more running throughout the year

As well as its enchanting surrounds and way of life, Kendal is home to some exceptional local amenities

Contact Us

Your local new homes advisor

Janet McEwan.

  • Telephone

    07826 844 006
  • Address

    Oxenholme Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 7TA
  • Opening Times

    Friday – Monday, 10.00am - 4.00pm
    Thursday - By Appointment Only
    Tuesday & Wednesday Closed

    Please call 07826 844 006 to make an appointment

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