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New homes from £182,995

A contemporary development of new homes in Killingworth, ideally situated for accessing the amenities of the surrounding area and major commuting routes to Newcastle, Gateshead, Sunderland and Durham.

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Our on-site sales office is open 11:00am – 5:30pm Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and 11:00am - 7:00pm Thursday. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

Welcome to Southgate Park

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Southgate Park is a development of new homes in Killingworth, constructed in a variety of styles and certain to appeal to a wide audience of potential purchasers, including families, commuters, investors and first-time buyers.

This collection of 2 and 3-bedroom homes incorporates modern design features, such as en suite shower rooms, open-plan living spaces and some integrated kitchen appliances. Externally, all properties have gardens and either garages, or private parking spaces.

Local shopping is focused on the Killingworth Centre, half a mile away, but a greater selection of high-street brands can be found at the Silverlink Shopping Park, around 15 minutes by car from the development. Newcastle city centre (five miles away) and the Metrocentre in Gateshead (10 miles away) both attract visitors from across the region and beyond, drawn by their mixture of department and chain stores, designer boutiques, independent retailers, cafés and restaurants.

For families, there are several well-regarded schools in the area, including Westmoor Primary School for younger children, and George Stephenson High School for older pupils. Post-16 education providers include Tyne Metropolitan College and Northumberland College.

Residents of these new homes in Killingworth will find a wealth of leisure facilities in the immediate area. The Lakeside Centre is a short walk from the development and has two swimming pools, sports courts, a gym and a sports hall, while Gosforth Park, a mile away, has a football centre, as well as being home to a nature reserve, two golf courses and the celebrated Newcastle Racecourse.

Fans of more sedate pursuits will find a multiplex cinema screening the latest blockbusters at the Silverlink Shopping Park, or arthouse films showing at the Tyneside Cinema in central Newcastle. The city also boasts a number of theatres, live music venues and comedy clubs, as well as numerous restaurants, bars and cafés offering menus to suit all tastes.

Both Palmersville and Benton Metro stations are around five minutes’ drive from the development, connecting Southgate Park with Newcastle (including Central Station for national rail services), Newcastle Airport, Gateshead and Sunderland. Major commuter routes the A19 (for Sunderland, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, York and Doncaster) and the A1 (for Newcastle, Gateshead, Durham, Darlington and south to London) are two and three miles away respectively. For domestic and international flights, Newcastle Airport is less than 15 minutes by car, via the A1 and the A696.

Please contact our sales team on 0191 268 4607 for further information regarding these new homes in Killingworth.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Google Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.

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3 bedroom End Terrace

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The Cherry is a 3-bedroom home that features an open-plan kitchen and dining area, a separate living room, an en suite to bedroom 1 and a contemporary family bathroom. On the ground floor, a choice of fitted kitchen units is available (subject ...

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Transport links

Palmersville Metro Station 1.6 miles/ 5 minutes

Benton Metro Station 1.6 miles/ 6 minutes

A1 3 miles/ 9 minutes

A19 2 miles/ 4 minutes

Newcastle Airport 8.6 miles/ 16 minutes

 

Welcome to Killingworth

This former mining community enjoys excellent transport links with nearby towns and cities, and benefits from its proximity to countryside and coast.

 

Education

Well-regarded schools near Southgate Park, include Westmoor and Bailey Green primary schools for younger children, and George Stephenson High School for older pupils. Tyne Metropolitan College and Northumberland College – both around 15 minutes by car from the development – provide a range of apprenticeships and higher education courses for students. Undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes are offered by universities in Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham.

 

Shopping

The Killingworth Centre is a short walk from the development and is home to a large supermarket, as well as a selection of smaller stores. Slightly further afield, a number of high-street chains can be found at Silverlink Shopping Park, which also has a multi-screen cinema and several popular restaurants on site.

The Metrocentre – one of the largest shopping malls in Europe with more than 300 retailers, can be reached in around 20 minutes by car, while Newcastle city centre, with its designer and speciality boutiques, Edwardian Central Arcade, Eldon Square Shopping Centre and world-class department stores, is just 15 minutes away by car.

 

Eating and drinking

Residents of these new homes in Killingworth will find three traditional pubs – all of which serve food – within a mile of the development, as well as several fast food outlets.

Nearby, Gosforth and Jesmond offer a wealth of dining choice, with popular venues such as Jesmond Dene House, and Peace and Loaf attracting visitors from across the region and beyond.

Five miles away, Newcastle city centre is replete with restaurants, wine bars and cafés catering to all tastes and budgets. House of Tides on Newcastle Quayside is the city’s only Michelin star restaurant and offers regularly changing tasting menus; Chinatown is the place to go for Far Eastern cuisine; the rooftop restaurant – Six – at the Baltic Art Gallery affords spectacular views over the River Tyne to enjoy alongside afternoon tea, and the Wildflower café on Westgate Road has a varied menu of vegan dishes for non-meat eaters.

Alternatively, head to the coastal resorts of Tynemouth and Whitley Bay to enjoy fish and chips on the seafront, or into the beautiful Northumbrian countryside to discover out-of-the-way tearooms and cosy country pubs.

 

Leisure

Sports fans will find an excellent selection of facilities and clubs easily accessible from Southgate Park. Newcastle Racecourse is just two miles from the development and there are four golf clubs – Parklands, Northumberland, City of Newcastle and Gosforth – around 10 minutes’ drive away.

The Lakeside Centre has a sports hall, sports courts and pitches, a gym and two swimming pools, while neighbouring Lakeside Park encompasses a children’s playground, grass activity areas, wildlife zones and a lake used by anglers and model boat enthusiasts.

Walking, horse riding and cycling are popular pursuits within the Rising Sun Country Park in Benton, two miles away. The 400-acre park is also a local nature reserve, with habitats including a lake, wetlands, woodland and grassland.

Northumberland’s coast and countryside also provide many opportunities for walking, hiking, watersports – such as diving, canoeing and surfing – and rock climbing.

Multi-screen cinemas can be found at the Silverlink Shopping Park and in Cramlington, five miles away, as well as in Newcastle and Gateshead. World and arthouse films are screened regularly at the independent Tyneside Cinema in central Newcastle.

Live music and entertainment venues include the Playhouse in Whitley Bay, the O2 Arena in Newcastle and The Sage in Gateshead. Newcastle is also home to a number of theatres, perhaps the best known of which is the Theatre Royal, as well as to many smaller comedy, music and dance destinations.

 

Travel

Both the A1 and the A19 are easily accessible from Southgate Park and can be reached within 10 minutes by car. The Tyne and Wear Metro system serves this area, with the nearest stations being Palmersville and Benton, both on the Yellow Line that runs along the coast, through Whitley Bay, Tynemouth and North Shields, as well as through Newcastle city centre, Gateshead and Jarrow to South Shields. National rail services operate through Newcastle Central Station to Edinburgh, Durham, York, Doncaster, Peterborough and London Kings Cross, on the East Coast Main Line. In addition, frequent bus services connect Killingworth with surrounding towns and villages. Newcastle Airport is eight miles from the development, via the A1 and the A696.

 

Local authority

Southgate Park lies within the administrative boundaries of North Tyneside Council.

 

Guidance

Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only.

The identification of schools and other educational establishments are intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and do not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission.

Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.

Sources: Google Maps, the AA and National Rail.

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