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We’re selling fast so act now to secure one of our last remaining luxury apartments. We have a stunning new 2 bedroom Show Apartment on site at Mill Rise coming soon – contact Sanderson Young estate agents using the contact information on this page for more information.
Mill Rise is an exclusive development of only 18 luxury 2 bedroom flats for sale in Ponteland, nestled right in the heart of the village. These stunning apartments offer you fantastic specification as standard, bespoke kitchen designs, stylish bathrooms, extensive storage and energy efficient fittings. Along with this, each apartment at Mill Rise includes a private balcony, many with views over the River Pont and surrounded by beautiful country parks, this idyllic setting is perfect for those looking to enjoy a more relaxed pace and greater work/life balance.
Ponteland is an aspirational village, popular with those of the most discerning tastes. Perfectly positioned to enjoy all the benefits of a warm and friendly community whilst boasting excellent links with the vibrant centre of Newcastle, Ponteland offers the best of both worlds.
Ask today about our exclusive offers on selected last remaining 2 bedroom luxury apartments. Our Assisted Move* scheme is available also where we could help sell your home.
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