Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Stunning Choice of Homes in Village

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Stunning Choice of Homes in Village

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ROTHBURY has a lot to offer people looking to relocate - particularly families in search of a new lifestyle. Ideal for purchasers looking for a relaxed, healthy or active lifestyle is a stunning choice of homes at McInerney Homes' Whitton View development.

Sitting high on the hill above the picturesque village, many of the homes at Whitton View boast stunning views of the Coquet Valley. The wide range of three, four and five-bedroom homes on the development have all been designed with extra care, to ensure that the brick, stone and render finishes are fully in keeping with the surrounding area.

Homes on the development currently range from pounds 200,000 to pounds 340,000, and part exchange is proving popular because of the idyllic location appealing to families wanting to relocate.

McInerney's scheme is a simple 'you buy ours, we'll buy yours' incentive that allows the purchaser to stay in their existing home until the new dream property is ready.

A number of other incentives are available on the development including Assisted Move, deals for members of the armed forces, an interest-free loan for up 15% of the value and the Great Escape, which allows you to live in your new house free for a year.

Proving popular is The Wagtail, priced from pounds 200,000, an attractive three-bedroom home.

The living room is a light and attractive room with a large bay window as its main feature.

The Wagtail is a good choice if you like entertaining as there is plenty of space at the rear of the house where there is a family room with French doors out to the garden. This family room opens up to a kitchen with separate utility.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms sharing a family bathroom along with the master bedroom which boasts an en-suite and fitted wardrobes.

The Allerdene, which is priced from pounds 340,000, is a double-fronted, three-storey five-bedroom home. …

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