Charles Church - Stone Cross Mansions,
Stone Cross Mansions is a unique housing development in the area, bringing our sought-after Charles Church brand to this beautiful location in Ulverston.
Overlooking beautiful gardens and with a backdrop of tree-lined scenery, the original Grade II listed mansion house will be brought back to its former glory with two and three bedroom apartments and a further range of four and five bedroom executive, detached homes. There is also a gatehouse included in this refurbishment of 65 new homes.
The historic market town of Ulverston, 8 miles north east of Barrow-in-Furness, is a fantastic place to call home. The town boasts many old buildings and a cobbled main street with specialist shops; restaurants; pubs with open fires and real ale; hotels; and cafes, many of which sell fresh local produce. Ulverston is also well-known for its many lively family festivals throughout the course of the year, including music, comedy, fashion and the renowned lantern festival.
The town's most visible landmark is Hoad Monument, on Hoad Hill. It is a copy of the Eddystone Lighthouse and boasts breathtaking views out to Morecambe Bay and parts of the Lake District. Ulverston is also home to Coronation Hall - an impressive 636 seat theatre providing fantastic entertainment and events, including music, opera, theatre productions and even coffee mornings. It also houses the Tourist Information Centre.
Ulverston has plenty of local amenities including a railway station, a Tesco Express, Ulverston Community Hospital, several bus services, a golf club, and leisure centre. The town is also home to the wonderful Laurel and Hardy Museum and South Lakes and South Lakes Safari Park are nearby.
Ulverston is the perfect backdrop for outdoor pursuits as its at the start of the Cumbrian Way – a 70-mile linear footpath that runs through the heart of the rugged and breathtaking Lake District.
Ulverston railway station is located on the Furness Line from Barrow-in-Furness to Lancaster, ultimately leading on to Manchester Airport. The railway station is a short walk from the town centre. Ulverston is also served by several bus services.
For travel further afield, Manchester Airport can be reached in under 2 hours by car.