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The Petteril

St Cuthberts, Cumbria

3 bedroom house

From £556 a month with shared ownership*

Living at St Cuthberts

To the ground floor is a kitchen with integrated appliances and spacious lounge and dining area with french doors leading out to the turfed garden. There is also a downstairs cloakroom and additional storage space. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, the master bedroom also has an en-suite, and a good size family bathroom.

Prices start from £175,000 but, with shared ownership, you purchase a 25% share of your new home for as little as £43,750 and pay a rent on the remaining share.  This means that your total monthly payments could be as low as £556.  If you're buying with a mortgage you only need a 5% deposit for the amount you borrow, meaning your deposit could be as low as £2,187.*


  • Smeg integrated cooker, 6 ring gas hob and cooker hood
  • Smeg integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher
  • LED under counter lighting in the kitchen
  • Oak doors
  • Tiling to bathrooms
  • Heated towel rail
  • Burglar alarm
  • Smart meter
  • Driveway parking

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About shared ownership

Shared ownership is a government-backed scheme that makes it easier for you to buy an affordable stake in a property.

With shared ownership, you can sit comfortably on the property ladder, owning part of your own home.

Requirements for shared ownership

You qualify for shared ownership if you:

  • Have a household income of under £80,000
  • Don’t currently own your home and can’t afford to on the open market
  • Can afford the minimum deposit
  • Pass an affordability check to make sure you can get a mortgage
*This is based on a 25% share (£43,750) of a three bedroom house valued from £175,000 with a 5% mortgage deposit (£2,187). The estimated monthly service charge is approximately £39.  The share you buy is dependent on your financial and personal circumstances. Photos are for illustrative purposes only and may be examples of previous developments.