St Michaels View consists of a versatile mix of luxury, executive 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes with driveways and/or garages, offering a fantastic everyday living experience for families looking to settle in to an impressive new home,
in an exciting new neighbourhood, in a convenient location.
Every new home at St Michaels View boasts its own generous sized garden,
perfect for children to play in safety and to enjoy family life outdoors.
These beautiful properties are built using materials that are aesthetically sympathetic to their surroundings, so the development ‘fits’ with other buildings in the village.
Langdale Homes are constructed by experienced craftsmen employing the latest modern construction methods, ensuring that each home has a high energy efficient rating and costs less to run than an older, less efficient home.
Cockerham is a delightful small village within the city of Lancaster. Cockerham is one of Lancashire’s hidden gems. The village boasts a superb restaurant, public house, farm shop and ice cream outlet, as well as the parish hall where many functions are held in the large purpose built hall with bar. Cockerham has many local footpaths which are extensively used by ramblers and locals. The village is home to St Michael’s Parish Church, commonly known as the ‘Church in the field’. The village also offers activities such as parachute jumping, flying clubs and cycle rental. The village sits on the coast couth of Lancaster where the River Lune meets the Irish Sea. You can take advantage of the beautiful countryside by walking on the Lancashire coastal way. Alternatively, visit the beach where the water stays shallow for a long way out thanks to the area’s geography.
Around Cockerham you can find several historic buildings scattered across the landscape, like the Grade I listed Cockersand Abbey. Established prior to 1184 as the Hospital of St Mary on the Marsh attached to Leicester Abbey, it became an abbey in 1192, but was dissolved in 1539. The vaulted chapter house is still intact, along with some remains of the next door church.
Further around the Cockerham Bay coast you can see the Plover Scar lighthouse. Built in 1847, this was originally the lower of a pair of leading lights. These acted as beacons to guide ships into the Lune estuary towards Glasson Dock.
Cockerham is just a few minutes drive from the M6 and is perfectly places for travel to the major towns and cities in the area including Lancaster (6 miles) Preston (15 miles) and Blackpool (17 miles).
Lancaster, the county town of Lancashire, lies on the River Lune, three miles inland from the coastal resort of Morecambe, easily accessible from the M6 motorway and en route to the Lake District, 20 miles to the north. The Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding natural beauty, lies to the east of the city.
Lancaster is a thriving and vibrant university city, which offers many free art and music festivals throughout the year. The Grand Theatre, one the country’s oldest working theatres holds many national and local productions.
Lancaster has a great reputation for warmth and hospitality and is home to many cool cafes, independent restaurants, stylish bars and friendly pubs.