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184 Newcastle homes set to be completed as housebuilder expands across North East

A UK housebuilder has announced that it is continuing its expansion across the North East with plans to create nearly 200 homes near Newcastle.

Ashberry Homes will be delivering 184 homes, public open space and a children’s play area at Church View in Callerton, on the western edge of Newcastle.

The houses will form the second phase of the larger Callerton Park residential project, which will see 3,000 homes created.

The first of Ashberry’s homes at the site will be available to view this month, one year after planning permission was granted.

Oliver Wray, sales manager of Ashberry Homes said: “Church View represents the next stage in our commitment to delivering high-quality homes in the North East.

“Locations to the north west of Newcastle are proving to be in particularly high demand with housebuyers, thanks to the combination of attractive countryside, easy access to the A1 and good road links to the city centre.

“This is something which was borne out by the popularity of our Bridgemoor development in Ponteland, and we expect Church View will appeal to house-hunters for the same reasons.

“The development is in a picturesque semi-rural area, offers a range of shops and other amenities just a short drive away and is within a 15-minute drive of both Newcastle and the MetroCentre.

“This collection of houses, which are just walking distance from open countryside, boast many desirable features such as spacious open-plan layouts, integrated kitchen appliances and en suite shower rooms.

“Residents will also benefit from either a garage or private parking, while additional visitor parking spaces will be provided at the development.”

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