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Selected reduced market value plots now available
A picturesque and sought-after development of new homes in Haydon Bridge, just half a mile from the village centre and with convenient access to the A69 for travel to Newcastle and Carlisle. These properties will appeal to range of potential purchasers, including families, first-time buyers and professionals.
2, 3 and 4-bedroom houses available
Gardens and garages, or parking to all homes
Primary and secondary schools in the village
10-minute walk to Haydon Bridge train station
Less than 30 minutes’ drive to central Newcastle
Prices from £93,2962 bedroom home Open-plan living and dining area Fitted units to kitchen
Prices from £120,3963 bedroom home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel oven
Prices from £171,9953 bedroom home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel oven
Prices from £187,9953 bedroom home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel oven
Prices from £187,9953 bedroom home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel extractor hood
Prices to be confirmed4 bedroom home En suite to bedroom 1 Contemporary family bathroom
The Showfield, Haydon Bridge, NE47 6DF
Showfields is located in Haydon Bridge, a village nestled in the Northumberland countryside, around six miles from Hexham, 28 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne and 30 miles from Carlisle.
A small supermarket can be found in the centre of the village along with several other shops, while Hexham, 10 minutes away by car, hosts a twice weekly market and a twice monthly farmers’ market in Market Place. The town’s vibrant commercial district is focused around Fore Street, St Mary’s Chare and Market Street with independents and high-street retailers welcoming shoppers from surrounding villages and further afield.
Eating out locally is catered for by three traditional village pubs all within 10 minutes’ walk of Showfields, or for fine dining steeped in history, Langley Castle Hotel is less than two miles away. Hexham, too, is home to a variety of cafés, bars and restaurants.
The rugged Northumberland countryside provides a setting for many outdoor leisure pursuits, with hiking, horse riding and fishing all accessible locally. The Haydon Hundred annual cycling challenge is held each summer, starting and finishing in the village, taking in Hadrian’s Wall and parts of the North Pennines en route.
Sailing, canoeing, kayaking and water skiing are available at Kielder Water and Forest Park, 34 miles away, which not only boasts the largest manmade lake in Europe and the biggest forest in England, but offers some of the best stargazing in the country, thanks to a lack of light pollution.
History buffs will find Vindolanda, Houseteads and Chesters Roman forts – part of Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site – less than 10 miles from the development, while Corbridge Roman Town is a 15-minute drive away.
The village has both a primary and a secondary school, while a number of well-regarded schools can be found in nearby Hexham. For further and higher education, Northumberland College has a campus in Hexham, while the nearest universities are in Newcastle upon Tyne around 28 miles away and in Carlisle 30 miles away.
Showfields is located a short drive from the A69, facilitating travel to Newcastle to the east and Carlisle to the west. Haydon Bridge railway station is within walking distance of the development and offers regular services to commuters, with journey times to Hexham of around 10 minutes, and to Carlisle and Newcastle of around 45 minutes. Other major roads easily accessible from the development include the A686 for Penrith and the A68 for Darlington and Edinburgh.
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