Oakmere are known for an enduring commitment to building the most wonderful of homes across Cumbria, Lancashire and Yorkshire. Homes you want to wake up in each and every morning.
When buying a new home we know that location is one of the most important considerations in your decision. Oakmere seeks out prime locations for new developments with access to good schools, local amenities and transport networks so you know your home will not only be easy to sell in the future, but it will be right for you and your family.
One of the ongoing developments of Oakmere advisors is aptly called The Oaks at Longtown and provides a selection of one or two-bedroom bungalows having excellent design values and benefits for homeowners who deserve nothing less than what the best local builders can offer.
The Oaks began only a few years back; yet it has gained the reputation of a vibrant community of residents with access to commercial centres, bus lines and the M6 Motorway. The bungalow units provide economic advantages to owners and are well-planned with respect to ease of movement, personal safety and overall security.
To make every homeowner achieve mobility and maximum space use, each property includes a private block-paved driveway into the main door. It also includes a front and rear garden, a necessary feature for most families who desire a green space to serve as buffer between other units as well as against ambient noise and other distractions, such as pollution or glare at night. With a lush garden growing eventually, the sense of privacy and comfort will even increase.
Every property has a dedicated block-paved drive and easy-to-manage front and rear garden, while inside the careful detailing and exquisite design includes a smart-fitted kitchen and fashionably-laid-out bathroom. Living in an Oakmere home advisors affords you not just comfort but a sense of self-accomplishment.
Oakmere Homes envisioned The Oaks to offer a perfect balance of town and country living, as it sits along the River Esk crossing and beside the quaint Scottish borders tourist lanes from Carlisle to Edinburgh.
Longtown is the perfect setting for The Oaks, with its surrounding countryside and farmlands and local shops, schools and amenities which serve an amiable community. Its wide, tree-lined streets were meticulously designed by local landowners, Grahams of Netherby, who put up the Graham Arms as a coaching inn to host visitors and the mail service that plied the road to Edinburgh. The Oaks, as it is, is a welcome and natural addition to the established and well-cherished environs of Longtown.
Visit Oakmere Homes’ website to appreciate how you can become part of this growing community that has a long tradition of excellent values and shared traditions.