Homes By Esh - Suttle gardens, CA2
Suttle Gardens is a unique development of 29 stylish, modern homes built around the historic Grade II listed Suttle House. Located off Wigton road, Suttle Gardens is just 3 miles from Carlisle and ideally positioned to offer access to the rest of Cumbria.
Suttle Gardens combines the best of semi-rural luxury living without losing touch with the attractions and amenities of Carlisle. The properties at Suttle Gardens are built in a distinctive red brick and render with double glazed UPVC windows in anthracite grey. Selected homes also include the latest bifold doors, intruder alarms and eye level ovens with built in microwaves.
The development’s layout is sympathetic to orientation and offers a generous amount of private space. At the heart of the development rests Suttle House, a home that has stood on the site since the 18th century. The renovation of Suttle House alongside the construction of all new, 21st century homes ensures that the development is both forward-thinking and yet retains a strong sense of heritage.
Each of the 6 house types at Suttle House has a strong focus on comfort and attention to detail, making the most of space through intelligent design. Bedrooms and living spaces are generously sized, while fittings and fixtures are of the highest quality.
From three-storey townhouses to two-storey detached homes, there’s a living style to suit every preference at Suttle Gardens.
A city steeped in history and heritage, yet with plenty to excite 21st century families, Carlisle offers residents the best of both worlds. Carlisle has been of significance since its founding as a Roman settlement, established to serve the forts on Hadrian’s Wall and later, during the Middle Ages, because of its proximity to Scotland, it became a military stronghold. The city of Carlisle is located at the confluence of the rivers Eden, Caldew and Petteril. It is 10 miles south of the Scottish border and it is the urban capital of the county of Cumbria. It is close to two areas of outstanding natural beauty, the Solway Coast and the North Pennines. Not to mention that it’s also within easy reach of the Lake District and Northumberland National Parks. Carlisle today is the main cultural, commercial and industrial centre for north Cumbria. It is home to the main campuses of the University of Cumbria and a variety of museums and heritage centres. The city centre is largely pedestrianized and the Lanes shopping centre is home to around 75 stores.
Main road links include the M6 motorway (North and South) and the A69 to Newcastle. Carlisle Citadel railway station is a principal station on the West Coast Main Line with trains available to all corners of the UK. The nearest international airport is Newcastle Airport.