Flosh Meadows Self Build at Cleator
Flosh Meadows 47 Serviced Self & Custom Build Homes development at Cleator, Cumbria CA23 3DT can be seen on Youtube is only a short walk to the UNESCO World Heritage Site “The English Lake District National Park” offers family home serviced plots to local persons and others wishing to live in this marvellous part of the UK.
Your new home is within easy walking distance of shops, public transport, including bus shuttle to major employer and national award winning sporting & educational facilities with presently available 67Mb fiber optic cable internet
There are fantastic views of Dent Fell (local name for a mountain) which leads onto Ennerdale Valley of Wordsworth & Coleridge & Bill-Hillary Clinton fame
The 11c St Leonard’s, church foundations pre-dates the medieval 1215 Magna Carta one of the most famous documents in the world signed by Bad King John is in the village and Wainright’s Coast to Coast route travels through the even older main street once being part of a Roman Rd
You are neighbours with the Internationally renowned (imitation) Lourdes, France style Grotto 1872 St Mary’s church of EW Pugin design
There are many other attractions, including, a Roman Rd through the village with Longlands Lake and Clints quarry, site of special scientific interest (SSSI) and the River Ehen being part (SSSI) not forgetting the birthplace of Kangol hats supported by many famous persons such as Madonna & Samuel L Jackson who describes himself as a “Kangol Motherfunder” . There is easy access to the well used cycle & walking route; and in 2018 our local borough of Copeland was voted as the second most happy place to live in the country
Additionally; you are only 10 minutes away by car or bus to the maritime port of Whitehaven once the third largest in the UK. John Paul Jones known to be ‘the father of the American navy’ led a naval raid on the town in 1778 during the American War of Independence; it was the last invasion of England. George Washington’s grandmother lived, died & is buried in Whitehaven. Many historians believe Whitehaven was the model for the New York street grid system.