**open day – Sat 29th June – 11am – 4pm**
Each house at Lower Chesters has
a unique design and 'Bath House' perfectly demonstrates Dockleaf’s passion to produce exclusive, individual family homes that compliment the local landscape. The materials are authentic and many are either sourced or produced locally.
Passers by will marvel at the sheer splendour of these 'new-build' properties, the like of which simply won't have been seen before. Stepping inside, visitors will be captivated by both the welcoming environment, high quality finishes and generous spaces.
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Dockleaf Developments has been developing exclusive, luxury properties in the Tyne Valley for eighteen years.
Each house Dockleaf Developments completes is unique, with strong architectural features and generous, flowing, living spaces.
Working with local highly skilled tradesmen Dockleaf Developments will ensure your home is finished to a high standard with practical family living in mind.
Externally the homes are predominately stone under a slate roof with some areas of timber cladding, and attractive contemporary touches such as attractive bay windows.
Dockleaf Developments believes strongly in delivering outstanding homes. The homes have beautiful features including natural stone masonry, and windows and doors are high quality, aluminium clad, giving long and low maintenance ownership.
Highly insulated and efficient.
High end, beautifully co-ordinated bathrooms, tiling and floor coverings.
Locally sourced stone walling.
Aluminium clad timber windows
Natural Stone masonry.
High ceilings accentuate the feeling of space.
Ample windows giving natural light.
High end, bespoke Alexander Carrick kitchens.
Lower Chesters is an exciting new development surrounded by rolling fields, nestled in the Northumberland countryside, half a mile from the charming village of Humshaugh.
Humshaugh has all the amenities you need to settle yourself into rural life including a primary school, doctor's surgery, village shop and the Crown Inn, a traditional pub featuring a local sourced menu and craft ales.
Immediately to the west of Lower Chesters you will find Chesters Roman Fort, an English Heritgage site and one of the Roman Empire's most northern outposts, featuring a spectacular Roman Bathhouse. Chesters House, an outstanding Grade II listed stately home is also nearby.
Within walking distance is Walwick Hall, a newly opened boutique hotel and spa offering a restaurant, bar and leisure facilities.
The pretty town of Hexham, a past winner of the Country Life annual award for "best market town in England and Wales" is only ten minutes (5 miles) by car whilst the village of Corbridge, renowned for its award-winning independently owned boutique shops, is an easy fifteen minutes away.
To find Lower Chesters from the east, travel west on the A69 to Hexham and continue straight over the A69 roundabout on the outskirts of Hexham.
Take the next right onto the A6079 signposted Acomb.
Follow the road through Acomb and Wall until you reach the crossroads with the B6318 (Military Road).
Turn left at the crossroads towards Chollerford and cross the bridge.
At the roundabout immediately after the bridge turn left.
Lower Chesters is 300 yards on your right.
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