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A development of new homes in Ashington, situated within easy reach of the town’s many amenities and a short drive from the coast, yet within convenient commuting distance of Newcastle upon Tyne. These properties will appeal to a wide audience, such as first-time buyers, families and professionals.
2, 3 and 4-bedroom houses
Gardens and garages, or private parking
Ashington town centre five minutes’ drive away
The QEII Country Park less than three miles away
10 minutes’ drive to the A19
Prices from £114,9952 bedroom semi-detached home Open-plan living and dining area Fitted units to kitchen
Prices from £144,4953 bedroom mid terrace home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel oven
Prices from £156,9953 bedroom semi-detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel oven
Prices from £156,9953 bedroom end terrace home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel oven
Prices from £189,9953 bedroom semi-detached home Open-plan kitchen, dining and family area Stainless steel oven and hob
Prices from £245,9954 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen, dining and family area Utility room
Prices from £252,9954 bedroom detached home En suite to bedroom 1 Contemporary family bathroom
Prices from £256,9954 bedroom detached home En suite to bedroom 1 Modern family bathroom
Prices to be confirmed4 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen, dining, family area Stainless steel electric oven
Freeman Way, North Seaton, NE63 0XE
Monday 11:00 – 17:30
Thursday 11:00 – 19:00
Friday 11:00 – 17:30
Saturday 11:00 – 17:30
Sunday 11:00 – 17:30
Essendine Rise is less than two miles from Ashington town centre, six miles from Morpeth and 16 miles from Newcastle city centre. The coastal town of Newbiggin-by-the-sea is five minutes away by car.
A number of high-street and independent stores can be found along Station Road, less than two miles from Essendene Rise and there are three supermarkets around five minutes’ drive from the development.
Morpeth, around 15 minutes away by car, is popular with locals and tourists, attracted by its blend of well-known stores, boutiques, specialist retailers, restaurants and cafés. These are focused around The Sanderson Arcade, Newgate Street, Oldgate and Bridge Street – home to independent department store Rutherford & Co.
Further afield, the cosmopolitan shopping district of Newcastle upon Tyne and the Metrocentre in Gateshead – one of the largest malls in Europe – draw visitors from across the region.
Sports facilities in the local area include Ashington Leisure Centre, less than two miles from the development, which has two swimming pools, a gym, spa, fitness studio and sports hall. There are two golf clubs easily accessible from the development – Newbiggin Golf Club, two miles away and Longhirst Hall Golf Club, eight miles away.
The QEII Country Park, around five minutes’ drive from Essendene Rise, offers opportunities for water sports such as canoeing, open-water swimming and windsurfing, as well as walking trails, cycle paths and wildlife habitat. Wansbeck Riverside Park also offers water-based activities such as rowing and canoeing, and has a children’s play area. This local nature reserve can be reached in less than 10 minutes by car. Further play areas are situated in Hirst Park in the centre of Ashington, which also has tennis courts, two bowling greens and flower gardens, and is currently the subject of ongoing regeneration work.
The coastal town of Newbiggin-by-the-Sea is just two miles from Essendene Rise and the popular seaside resorts of Whitley Bay and Tynemouth can both be reached in around half an hour by car.
For families, there are several well-regarded schools in the area, including Bothal Primary School, St Aidan’s RC Voluntary Aided First School and Stakeford Primary School. Northumberland College has a campus in Ashington and provides a range of apprenticeships, vocational and academic courses. Newcastle University and Northumbria University can both be reached in around 35 minutes by car.
The development is conveniently placed for accessing the A189, which in turn links with the A19, 10 minutes’ drive away, for travel to Newcastle, Sunderland and Middlesbrough. Trains run from Morpeth Railway Station, six miles away, to Newcastle Central Station for connection with many other national services; some direct services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, York and London King’s Cross also stop at Morpeth.
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