The first family home on a small, luxury development on the outskirts of Hexham is due for viewing this weekend.
Bookings for a weekend viewing – on Saturday September 28 - of the first of eight homes at Coach House are now being taken by property agent Foster Maddison.
Coach House has been designed with a care for family living and the local environment. Accessed through its own private entrance, they have been designed and crafted by a local architect, constructed by a local builder.
Attention to detail and high-quality materials have been used throughout each home. Materials have been specifically chosen to reflect local surroundings.
Northumberland developer Birchdove Homes has created a bespoke development, set against a tree-covered hillside, off the main A695 Corbridge to Hexham road.
The site comprises eight, spacious, four and five-bed detached family homes in a peaceful, rural setting close local schools, a hospital and all essential amenities.
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-style cladding. Each home makes great use of glass and natural light. External design features create a varied and bespoke streetscape.
Internally, there is an emphasis on quality fittings within the kitchens, bathrooms, and WCs. Bespoke designer Schuller kitchens are available in a range of colours and worktops. Bathrooms feature high-quality Villeroy and Boch ceramic fittings.
Ed Seymour, branch manager at Hexham-based estate agent Foster Maddison, 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.”
More information is available by calling the Hexham office of estate agent Foster Maddison.
"Coach House will be one of the finest developments in the Tyne Valley, providing exceptional luxury living in a contemporary environment."
Ed Seymour, Foster Maddison
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