Bellway sees reservations mount up at Holystone Park
Sales advisor, Lesley Taylor has plenty of reasons to celebrate, since arriving at Bellway’s Holystone Park development in North Tyneside.
“The development has been a huge success since the day we opened, in a little over six months we have taken 26 reservations.
“Visitors love the curb appeal of these homes which all have a contemporary feel about them and are distinguished by selective white rendering which makes the homes really stand out. Also our visitors appreciate the range of homes that we have available here which enables them to select from a number of different designs and floor plans to suit a variety of buyer preferences.”
Visitors to Holystone Park can now view Bellway’s two new four bedroom detached show homes, the Oak and the Bay. The Oak offers 1,252 sq ft of living space over three floors. The ground floor includes an open-plan kitchen and dining area, separate living room, two en suite shower rooms and a garage. Fitted units in the kitchen are complemented by an integrated hob, extractor and oven. The layout also includes space for a dishwasher, fridge freezer and washing machine. Access to the rear garden is via French doors in the dining area.
The living room is located towards the front of the property and offers views over a turfed garden. An under stairs storage cupboard and cloakroom complete the ground floor.
The first floor comprises three bedrooms and a family bathroom, bedroom 2 has its own en suite shower room making it an ideal guest room.
The master bedroom is located on the second floor and also benefits from an en suite with shower enclosure.
Buyers can take advantage of the Help to Buy scheme which only requires a five percent deposit and provides a twenty percent five year interest free Government loan which helps reduce mortgage repayments during the first five years of ownership.
For families, Holystone Park is close to a number of excellent local schools including Holystone Primary School for young children and Longbenton Community College for secondary age pupils. Post-16 education is offered by Tyne Metropolitan College, three miles away, while the nearest universities are situated in Newcastle city centre, around six miles away.
The area is well served with a number of local amenities including a large supermarket at Benton, just a few minutes drive from the development. Silverlink Retail Park at Wallsend is around five minutes away by car and is home to well-known chain stores, as well as an Odeon cinema.
Leisure opportunities near Holystone Park are plentiful. The beaches of Whitley Bay, Tynemouth and Cullercoats can all be reached in around 10 minutes by car. Closer to home, the Rising Sun Country Park comprises 400 acres of grassland, woodland, wetland and a lake, which is designated as a local nature reserve.
For sports enthusiasts, the Lakeside Centre at Killingworth has a swimming pool, gym and sports hall, while there are several golf clubs nearby.
For commuters, Holystone Park is ideally positioned close to a number of Major routes including the A19, for travel to Sunderland, Durham, Middlesbrough, York and Doncaster, and the A1058 Coast Road for Newcastle and Tynemouth. Both Palmersville and Northumberland Park Metro stations are around 10 minutes walk away.
For more information, visit bellway.co.uk.