New-build houses for sale in County Durham

Handmade in historic County Durham

Our modern new homes in County Durham have the best of both worlds – modern living complimented by a historic heritage and the Durham Coast.

Why make County Durham your home?

County Durham has everything from stunning coastal heritage and country scenery to incredible historic sites and award-winning attractions. Dotted with charming market towns and villages, the jewel in the crown of this wonderful north east county is Durham City, home to the fascinating Durham Cathedral which has stood since the 11th century. Our houses for sale in County Durham also benefit from convenient rail and motorway connections, with the A1(M) running through its heart.

Durham City itself benefits from several incredible heritage sites including the iconic Cathedral, which stands proud next to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Durham Castle - placed in the same categories as the Taj Mahal and Palace of Versailles. You could also treat yourself to a gentle cruise along the two rivers that wind their way alongside Durham’s cobbled streets. You’ll be spoilt for interesting places to discover when you find your new dream home at our property for sale in County Durham.

Outside of the historic city, you could explore Darlington’s fascinating castles, gardens and Railway Museum, or head to the coast and see Hartlepool’s deep maritime history. Or if you’re looking for a breath of fresh air, you’ll find plenty of breath-taking vistas and escapist walks to unwind with; railway paths that span the county, beautiful areas like Hardwick Country park, and a wide array of nature reserves. There’s also Barnard Castle, a wonderful market town – featured in The Guardian’s ’10 of the UK’s best small towns’, where Charles Dickens came to research Nicholas Nickleby.

Getting in, around and out of County Durham

Our new houses for sale in County Durham are well-served by road connections, with the A1(M) running straight through the county’s heart and giving easy access to Durham City, as well as allowing access to Leeds, where you can change onto the M62 for Manchester or the M1 for Sheffield.

The county is also well situated for train connections. If you’re looking to get to Newcastle, then it’s just a 15 minute journey from Durham station. For rail travel around the country, Durham is roughly 3 hours from London, just under 2 hours from Manchester, and under 2 hours from Edinburgh by train, allowing for convenient access to many of the UK’s largest cities.

For air travel, Newcastle International Airport is within easy reach (just 25 miles away from Durham City) and provides flights to destinations within the UK, across Europe and around the world.

All images are used for illustrative purposes only and are representative only. They may not be the same as the actual home you purchase and the specification may differ. Images may be of a slightly different model of home and may include optional upgrades and extras which involve additional cost. Individual features such as windows, brick, carpets, paint and other material colours may vary and also the specification of fittings may vary. Any furnishings and furniture are not included in any sale. Please check with our sales representatives for details of the exact specifications available at the development(s) for each type of home and the associated prices.