Following the success of their launch weekend at the beginning of this month, over a third of the Hallgarth Mews development was reserved in the first 10 days.

With three different styles of property available buyers need to be quick to get their hands on one of the remaining plots available within this exclusive development in the heart of Winlaton.

Constructed over three floors, the townhouses at Hallgarth Mews combine traditional features – such as stone heads, decorative chimneys and skylights – with up-to-date building techniques to offer stylish, energy-efficient living at prices starting from £168,950.

Each property has its own driveway – with additional parking at the entrance to the Mews – and boasts a large rear garden, which can be accessed via patio doors in the open-plan kitchen.

The stunning master bedroom benefits from an en-suite and either Velux or dormer windows, as well as fitted storage space.

A sophisticated family bathroom serves the further three bedrooms and a high-quality range of inclusive finishing touches have been hand-picked with a discerning purchaser in mind.

But buyers needn’t worry about their new home feeling sterile or plain, as there are a number of personal touches that can be added along the way, from choosing kitchen fronts and worktops to deciding on the perfect storage solutions.

All homes are equipped with highly rated gas central heating systems and have the added benefit of TV and telephone points to the living room and master bedroom, maximising connectivity. Mains connected smoke, CO2 and intruder alarms provide the highest level of security – essential for family living.

Situated within the area of Blaydon on Tyne, here you’ll find everything you need, including a range of local shops, dentists and doctors.

The village is also served by three local primary schools, while St Thomas More Catholic Academy offers “outstanding” Ofsted-rated secondary education.

Commuting is made easy due to the proximity of the A1, as well as being only five miles from Newcastle Central Station, where the East Coast mainline provides further accessibility, and Newcastle International Airport is seven miles to the north.

For those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, Gibside National Trust site is a stone’s throw away from the village, offering fine Derwent Valley views, winding paths and refreshing open spaces.

Gibside is also a haven for wildlife, with the most famous local red kites often circling in the skies above.

So if luxury living with a perfect location to match sounds like something you’d like to explore the show home is now open for viewing every Saturday and Sunday in September 10am – 3pm. Please contact our Gosforth office on 0191 2130033 for more information or to arrange a viewing on this fantastic family homes.