Construction is well underway on a new residential luxury housing scheme on the outskirts of historic Hexham.
Northumberland developer Birchdove Homes is behind this exclusive development of four and five bed homes in a peaceful, rural setting close to all essential amenities.
The Coach House development, comprising eight, spacious, detached family homes, is set against a tree-covered hillside, off the main A695 Corbridge to Hexham road.
There are four house types combining traditional materials like stone, brick and slate with more modern design features incorporating zinc, a high amount of glass and timber cladding. Each home makes great use of glass and natural light. External design features create a varied and bespoke streetscape.
More than 25 workers will be employed at Coach House during the height of construction, with properties being built using a state-of-the-art timber frame system which achieves a higher level of thermal resistance while also being more environmentally sustainable.
Hexham-based estate agent Foster Maddison has been appointed to market and sell the homes; Neil Foster, director, said: “Coach House will be one of the finest developments in the Tyne Valley, providing exceptional luxury living in a contemporary environment.
“The combination of high-quality materials used in the design and build have not only created striking homes but also a varied and stunning streetscape in a fabulous location.”
Prices at Coach House start from £450,000 and it is anticipated the show home will open towards the end of September.
More information is available by calling the Hexham office of estate agent Foster Maddison on 01434 605 441.
"Coach House will be one of the finest developments in the Tyne Valley, providing exceptional luxury living in a contemporary environment."
Neil Foster, of agent Foster Maddison
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