Work begins on luxury homes at Newcastle Racecourse
Work has begun on an £11 million project to create 14 contemporary and luxurious homes within the Walled Garden at Newcastle Racecourse.
Leading North East chartered surveyors and estate agents Bradley Hall has unveiled details of the highly anticipated development of exclusive homes. The properties are set to come to market in the summer of this year, with completion dates estimated to be early 2018.
The properties will boast a range of luxury finishes and aesthetic details, as well as sedum grass and zinc roofs, which will mirror the leafy surroundings and former greenhouses of the Walled Gardens.
Located in Gosforth, one of the city’s most affluent suburbs, The Walled Garden will have access to a range of restaurants, pubs and retailers on Gosforth High Street. Home owners will have excellent transport links, such as access to the A1(M) and A194(M), as well as public transport links, providing a prime location for commuters and professionals.
The four and five bedroomed homes will be carefully set within the four-acre site which originally served the 18th Century Brandling Estate. The initial sale of the site for redevelopment also supported a highly publicised improvement multi-million-pound investment programme at the racecourse.
The exclusive homes will be developed by award winning All Saints Developments, a property development company which specialises in innovative architecture and high quality interior design.
Peter Bartley, senior director at Bradley Hall, said: “These outstanding homes have been highly anticipated for a long time, and we were not disappointed to see the plans for this exclusive development.
“We know that All Saints Developments and the homes they build are a perfect fit for this particular location. All 14 of the properties will boast a range of stunning features and practical, yet luxury, living.
“The location of The Walled Garden provides discerning buyers the opportunity to own a home in one of the most sought after suburbs of Newcastle. The close location to Newcastle city centre provides convenient travel for commuters and those who like to socialise in the city, whilst also enabling a tranquil living environment.
“As there is only a limited amount of properties within The Walled Garden, we expect them to be snapped up very quickly.”
Developers have also taken an intertest in protecting the native wildlife within The Walled Garden, carrying out protection initiatives and the capture and release of small creatures into more suitable habitats.
Director for All Saints Developments (NE) Ltd. Keith McDougall, added: “In an area renowned for its landscaping and wildlife, we will be building homes which are sympathetic to their surroundings. The modern design of the properties will maximise natural light, with large south facing windows as a key feature in the eight, four bedroomed properties in the northern part of the garden.”
For more information visit www.bradleyhall.co.uk or call Bradley Hall Gosforth office on 0191 284 2255.