This absolutely restored three-bedroom home on rugged North Pennine moorland provides self-sufficient dwelling, helpful when snow falls, given its location in what claims to be England’s highest village at round 1,750ft above sea degree. Housed in a stone outbuilding, as soon as used to retailer explosives for the native lead mines, is a wind-powered, off-grid vitality system. Regardless of being off-grid, the facility system qualifies for the federal government’s feed-in tariff with a median annual fee of about £2,500, assured to run till 2032. £425,000.
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