The wait will soon be over for househunters who have been eagerly anticipating the release of phase two homes at Linden Homes’ Centurion Park development in Haltwhistle. Construction is now underway and completion is scheduled for December.
Located just off Haltwhistle’s Main Street, homes at Centurion Park benefit from stunning views of the local countryside and have a clutch of classical names, which reflect Haltwhistle’s Roman heritage.
These four executive detached homes look set to create a great deal of interest in the Tyne Valley property market where there has not been much in the way of new build luxury housing in recent years.
With a nod to the growing trend of working from home, phase two homes include a separate study which could double as a fifth bedroom if necessary; all are built from locally sourced stone to blend perfectly with their environment and come with a host of extras.
The largest, The Cilurnum (223.892m/2,410 sq ft), is of an imposing design and offers exceptional value for money. With a definite ‘wow factor’, its thoughtful design across three levels takes advantage of the splendid views over the Tyne Valley with a garden room and large utility room at basement level.
On the ground floor a wonderfully spacious kitchen/breakfast room, family area, dining room and living room surround a large central hall, while upstairs are four double bedrooms – the master boasting a dressing room and en suite, with bedroom two also offering en suite facilities.
For its part, the compact and well planned Pons Aelius at 143.99m2/1,550 sq ft may be the smallest phase two home, but has no less impact with its imaginative and thoughtful design – a perfect choice for those who require less space yet still seek a large fully fitted kitchen/breakfast area together with a utility room, separate dining room and living room plus a large garage at ground floor level.
Mark Wilson, regeneration director for Linden Homes, believes it would be difficult to find better quality homes offering such great value for money anywhere in the region. He says:
“When we launched in February, the development was very well received. People loved the designs, the quality of homes on offer and the location. If you add into this mix, the shortage of newly built, luxury, detached family homes in the Tyne Valley area, we are expecting these four individual houses at Centurion Park to be snapped up immediately.
“I would urge anyone interested to leave their names on our website or call the sales office immediately for more information.”
For more details contact the sales office on 01434 322368, open Thursday – Sunday 10am to 5.00 pm, or Linden Homes’ head office on 01661 824211.
|Artist’s impressions of The Pons Aelius (F4 Pons Aelius Plot 10)
and The Vindolanda (F3 Vindolanda Plot 7).
For further information, contact Philippa Clothier at Clothier Lacey & Co on 0191 273 9897 or email email@example.com
27 June 2012
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