Trilogy II
Saltwell NE8 4QE


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This contemporary collection of just fifty-two 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses for sale in Gateshead is located less than 1 mile from the town centre, and offers a wonderful new start for both first and next time buyers.

Why buy at Trilogy II

  • A contemporary new home close to a good range of amenities
  • Each home benefits from an impressive specification and exclusive features
  • Benefit from low running costs, and no costly maintenance or DIY worries with a new home
  • Use our Smooth Move‡ scheme to get moving now, we can help you sell your home.

To find out more about making one of our brand new houses for sale in Gateshead your ideal home, contact our Sales Executives today and arrange your viewing.

Choosing to make one of our beautiful new houses at Trilogy II your new home means you will benefit from being just less than 1 mile from the town centre of Gateshead with its selection of shops and amenities, plus close to the local facilities in the immediate area of Saltwell.

Just a few minute’s away on foot you’ll find a number of smaller shops and cafes on the main Saltwell Road, plus the Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ Corpus Christi Primary School for families with children. In addition there is a good choice of schools within a few miles radius, and just half a mile away is the beautiful Saltwell Park with its boating lake and small zoo.

Newcastle Upon Tyne is only 2.5 miles from Trilogy II providing a further choice of amenities and offering easy commuting if work is here. Commuting further afield isn’t a problem either with the A1 being just 1 mile away, taking you south to Durham, Darlington, Harrogate, Leeds and other key cities in the north and north east. Likewise, the East Coast train mainline from Newcastle train station 2 miles away offers good travel options.

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Around the neighbourhood

Gateshead: A well-connected town with countryside and city life to explore

City-centre shopping and local amenities such as convenience stores and supermarkets mean these houses for sale in Gateshead have the essentials right on the doorstep. The Metrocentre by nearby Dunston, however, offers even more choice as the UK’s largest shopping centre with 340 shops and a vast 2 million square feet of retail space. The riverside regeneration at Gateshead has created an area peppered with arts institutions and tempting food and drinks venues.

Neighbourhood gardens and parks are dotted all over the town, including the popular Oliver Henderson Park and the fully-restored Victorian-era Saltwell Park, a mixture of woodland and ornamental gardens as well as public sports facilities, play areas, a lake, and the visitor centre and cafe inside Saltwell Towers. Standing on a hill at Low Eighton is Britain's largest sculpture, the Angel of the North, an awe-inspiring piece of public art.

Families with young children have a choice of nurseries and playgroups nearby, and children of primary school age won’t have far to travel to one of the Ofsted-rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ primary schools within a mile of Trilogy II. Secondary education is available from Kingsmeadow Community School, and the research-rich, business-focused, professional University of Northumbria is just over the river.

Due to its close proximity to Newcastle upon Tyne, this property for sale in Gateshead is ideal for commuters working in the city. The A1 (M) connects the town to the north of the country, reaching Edinburgh, and the south down to London. The Metro offers convenient public transport across the county, and Newcastle train station is only 3 miles away.

What’s close to Gateshead?

If enjoying the outdoors is something you enjoy, local parks are plentiful near to our new homes. Nestled in the heart of Gateshead, and just a short stroll away is Saltwell Park - one of Britain's finest examples of a Victorian park and a perfect place for the whole family to enjoy. The park’s historical and peaceful grounds have earned many awards including the Green Flag and Britain's Best Park. Relax and unwind in the beautiful green space; bring the family to enjoy facilities including play areas, a maze and pets' corner; get active on the walking and jogging routes as well as bowling greens, tennis and basketball facilities or simply enjoy lunch and a hot drink in the stunning surroundings of Saltwell Towers.

Watergate Forest Park, just a little further afield (less than 2 miles), offers a haven away from the bustling town. Opened in 2000, the former Watergate Colliery has been beautifully reclaimed and landscaped to become home to much wildlife as well as native trees, shrubs and flowers. Follow the many trails and paths through woodlands and wildflower meadows. Ideal for children, walkers, or cyclists, follow the winding route to visit the waterfall and view the rock art and metal sculptures along the way. Pack a picnic and spread a blanket by the lake for a picturesque outdoor rest stop, or visit the cafe there.

History buffs will enjoy the local village of Washington 8 miles away from this property in Gateshead. The historical Washington Old Hall was once the home of the first president of the USA’s ancestors and so holds significant distinction in the area. Sitting atop a 136-metre hill, the spectacular Penshaw Monument dominates the landscape surrounding it. Join one of the National Trust’s guided tours for an indepth look at the story behind its existence.

North of Trilogy II over the River Tyne, Newcastle is less than 3 miles away via the Redheugh Bridge. There are plenty of sites to see and things to do in the city, including the Discovery Museum and the world-famous St James’ Park, home to the city’s football team. Visit the Gateshead council website to find out when the glorious Gateshead Millennium Bridge tilts. This beautiful piece of engineering allows for ships and boats passing by rotating and it is quite a sight! Shopaholics are spoilt for choice with a vast selection of shopping facilities, and foodies will be delighted by the variety of options for dining out in style. Trendy bars and inviting pubs mean there is every chance to extend an evening of fun.

Local Schools & Education

These houses for sale in Gateshead enjoy a number of schools nearby. Kids 1st Low Fell is the other side of Saltwell Park, just over a mile away, and Bensham Grove Nursery School, Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ is just half a mile away. For children of school age, Caedmon Common Primary and St Philip Roman Catholic School are both Ofsted-rated ‘Good’, and less than a mile’s drive from Trilogy II, and Brighton Avenue Primary, Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ is half a mile’s walking distance from home. Haskel School, A special independent school for boys and girls aged from 5 to 19, is also Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’, and Kingsmeadow Community School, less than 3 miles away, takes pupils aged 11 to 18. Northumbria University over the river offers further education.

Transport & Travel

Trilogy II is just a mile away from the centre of Gateshead, and it’s a short 3-mile drive to the nearby town of Dunston, and Washington is an 8-mile drive. The A1(M) south takes drivers to the M1 to London, and travelling north A1(M) reaches Edinburgh. Newcastle upon Tyne is 3 miles from home over the River Tyne, where commuters often choose to travel via the Metro to avoid congestion, especially at peak times. The Metrocentre at Gateshead runs a train service directly to London King’s Cross, reaching the capital in around 9 hours. Newcastle train station has direct services to Sheffield, Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham. For travel further afield, Newcastle International Airport is a 10-mile drive and is also accessible via the Metro.


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