Persimmon Homes - Brunton Meadows, NE13
Prices around £254,950
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Located in the exciting new community of Newcastle Great Park, close to Gosforth just north of Newcastle, Brunton Meadows is our collection of contemporary new homes. Offering a wide range of three, four and five-bedroom family houses, each has been designed to offer the best in modern living.
Brunton Meadows is under 4 miles from Newcastle city centre. It's set in Newcastle Great Park, a recently developed suburb of the city designed with modern living in mind. Living at Brunton Meadows you'll benefit from a supermarket, school, dentist and food outlets just a short walk away. There's also a Park and Ride that takes you to the city centre in just 20 minutes - ideal if you're commuting. For a day of shopping, dining and entertainment, Newcastle offers everything you need. From arts and culture to fantastic nightlife, you'll never be short of things to do in this fantastic city.
If you do fancy a change of scene, you can reach both Northumberland National Park and the North Pennines AONB in just half an hour, while the A1 (just a mile from Brunton Meadows) leads you up to the beautiful Northumberland coast.
For energy-efficient new homes in an exciting community with ideal city links, Brunton Meadows could be ideal for you.
Newcastle's compact city centre means that you can easily slip away from the buzz of urban life. Hadrian's Wall and some stunning countryside can be found just 10 minutes away by car. The iconic Angel of the North is just across the river in Gateshead, and the coast isn't far either – Tynemouth, just 10 miles away, is a surfing heaven and is perfect for young families.
Newcastle city centre is a shopper's heaven with several major shopping areas, including the exclusive Northumberland Street and the Eldon Square Shopping Centre. The impressive Intu Metrocentre in Gateshead, close to the River Tyne, has two million square feet of retail space, making it the largest shopping and leisure centre in the UK, with over 340 shops, an Odeon cinema, an IMAX Digital, a ten-pin bowling alley, soft-play area and even Europe's fastest dodgems, to name just a few attractions.
For home owners in the city, Newcastle is well-served by the rail network. Newcastle Central train station is a main hub for the East Coast mainline and Cross Country routes, and is one of the busiest stations in Britain, providing exceptional access across the country from the city. Residents here benefit from excellent transport links. A wide range of options are available including buses, the Metro, road links, a growing cycle network and even a city airport, meaning that there is great transport provision in the city. You are well-connected when it comes to travelling to, from and around Newcastle. The A1 passes through Newcastle and provides great links to the major cities of the North East, as well as to London. The A19, A69, A969 and A68 are the other main roads serving the area. Newcastle Airport, just 6 miles from the city centre, is used by many airlines, providing flights to worldwide destinations. Handling over 5 million passengers a year, it is the tenth largest airport in the UK. It's connected to the city via the Metro system.