Northumberland Living are a premier UK development firm specialising in residential projects in the North East of England. Opencloud Invest were proud to be part of fundraising for Phase 1 of their project West Chevington Farm which was a stunning collection of 9 luxury townhouses from a beutifully converted farm. The project was fully funded and investors in the first phase received their 12% returns and their capital fully returned in 12 months.
Now we are delighted to confirm Northumberland Living have launched phase 2 which is still part of West Chevington Farm however this will be a stunning collection of holiday homes to take advantage of the high demand in the UK for Staycation holidays. Planning has been submitted for 8 cottages and build time is approximately 6 months. There will be a farm cottage aswell to cater for the holidaymakers. The cottages will be built to an extremely high standard, similar to the houses built in phase 1. The project is expected to managed by Sykes Cottages post completion.
Again this project is offering great security to investors and extremely strong returns. The exit strategy is to sell to investors who appreciate the high returns offered by holiday rentals.
Min investment amount: £10,000
Returns – 12% Per year paid monthly
Term Time: 12 month investment
Security: Company Debenture with a trustee in place
Trustees: Castle Trust. (FSC Registration No 00229B)
Northumberland Living is a premium North East based housing company led by an experienced team of builders, planners and industry partners crafting luxury homes in stunning settings.
They take the age-old beauty of traditional country living and update it with all the conveniences that contemporary luxuries afford. From open plan living areas flooded with light through expansive bi-fold doors and generous skylights, to the very best in sustainable, local materials to last you and your family a lifetime and more.
Their experienced leadership team have over 20 years of experience in both the sensitive restoration of listed buildings, and the construction of new family homes, with a total value in excess of £45 million.