The latest phase of The Tannery, Linden Homes’ stunning development in the historic Cornish village of Grampound, is proving very popular – with five homes reserved in the last two weeks.
Surrounded by countryside, the Manor Tannery is being sensitively refurbished to create a bespoke collection of just 16 beautiful one, two, three and four bedroom homes. Traditional materials and building techniques are being used to blend in with nearby buildings and the existing character of the village.
The Manor Tannery has a fantastic heritage. Originally the tannery of the Manor of Grampound, it had been owned by the Croggon family since at least 1798 and was the last operating tanyard in the county, closing in 2000. Tanning and working with leather were important industries in the 19th and early 20th centuries in Cornwall and a tannery has been on the site since medieval times.
Jules Miller-Wilson, sales manager for Linden Homes said: “We’re delighted that the development is proving so popular. The homes are going to have a lot of character but they’ll also be finished to a high specification and will benefit from new kitchens and bathrooms so you really do have the best of old and new.
“We’re offering Part Exchange and Help to Buy at The Tannery, so help is available if you’ve been struggling to sell your home or raise enough deposit.”
The sales and marketing suite is open Thursdays to Mondays, 10am – 5pm, off Bosillion Lane in Grampound, TR2 4RR. Call 0844 417 4465 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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25 February 2014