Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Designed with the Family in Mind

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Designed with the Family in Mind

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NESTLED on the eastern edge of the popular town of Hexham in Northumberland, is a new, impressive housing development, Woodland Rise.

And house builder, David Wilson Homes North East is urging local home buyers to visit the development this January to take a look at its Mitchell house type, which is available to view as a showhome. The property provides prospective homebuyers with a wonderful opportunity to live in a desirable countryside setting.

The Mitchell, which is an impressive four-bedroom detached property, includes a modern classic kitchen built to a high specification, alongside spacious dining and family areas, which open out into the back garden, bringing the outside in and bathing the house in natural light.

This family property, which is available to purchase from PS344,995, also includes good living spaces, plus a cloakroom by the entrance, as well as a spacious lounge with an impressive bay front, creating a light and airy space for the whole family to enjoy.

Downstairs, a utility room provides added storage, perfect for family living, whilst the property also comes with a detached garage.

The first floor has three large double bedrooms and a single bedroom, with the master bedroom including an attractive en suite shower room, while a spacious modern bathroom completes the family home.

Alongside the Mitchell, the newlylaunched development on Corbridge Road, on the outskirts of Hexham, also has a range of three, four and five-bedroom homes, all designed with the countryside setting in mind, with prices starting from PS244,995.

There is also a five-bedroom Blackthorne showhome available to view. Buyers can take advantage of David Wilson Homes' part-exchange scheme, which sees buyers selling their existing property to the house builder, alleviating the stresses of selling a home and making the moving process a lot easier. …

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