Perfectly located in the heart of Hadrian’s Wall country, Linden Homes’ exciting new housing development at Haltwhistle provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy rural living in a traditionally inspired family home.
As the first new housing scheme in the Tyne Valley area for some time, the 14 superb new homes have met with strong approval, each benefiting from the perfect blend of traditional architectural styling plus the latest in kitchen and bathroom design, energy efficient fittings and the latest build technology.
At Centurion Park there’s a house type to suit everyone with a range of thoughtfully designed three bed semi-detached, four bed detached and larger four bed detached homes with a study, which could double as a fifth bedroom. Constructed from locally sourced stone, there are seven different styles available with names that reflect Haltwhistle’s Roman heritage such as Petriana, Aesica and Pons Aelius.
Regeneration director for Linden Homes, Mark Wilson, believes that Centurion Park will be a very popular development. He says:
“Those who already live locally will know that Centurion Park is ideally located - just off the A69 - and benefits from stunning views of the local countryside. Local amenities are within easy reach with Haltwhistle lying only15 miles to the west of Hexham and just over 35 miles from Newcastle. There is also a railway station with regular services to Newcastle and Carlisle.
“Only 14 homes available overall, we are expecting demand to be brisk so I would urge anyone who is interested, to get in contact without delay.”
Centurion Park offers country living at its best. The show home on plot one, The Condercum, features a spacious fitted kitchen/dining area plus a good sized living room at ground floor level, while the master bedroom also benefits from an en suite and fitted robes.
The similarly styled Aesica at plot two, the view home, incorporates a feature spiral staircase to the first floor.
If you need something larger, the imposing Cilurnum (2,410 sq ft) at plot nine on three levels with its garden room and large utility, or The Vindolanda (1,940 sq ft) at plot seven, will not disappoint. These two larger homes both include four bedrooms, a study, two en suites, a family bathroom and an impressive open plan, fitted kitchen/breakfast/family area – ideal for modern family life.
Attention to detail is vital when designing homes for discerning purchasers and the homes at Centurion Park include all those little extras that really make the difference.
For more details contact the marketing suite on 01434 322368, open Thursday - Sunday 10:00am to 5.00pm, or Linden Homes’ head office on 01661 824211.
|The show home at Centurion Park – The Condercum
(1,015 sq ft)
|One of the larger properties, the 4+ bedroom Vindolanda
(1,940 sq ft)
12 March 2012