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New homes launched at Quarterfield, Stockton

26th July 2017 Print
Quarterfield kitchen

Buyers have a choice of six individual new house styles at Bellway’s new Quarterfield at Queensgate development in Stockton. Priced from £181,995 the contemporary designed homes all provide four bedroom accommodation and benefit from open plan living spaces. The modern kitchen design includes a selection of integrated appliances and externally all the homes include garages and private gardens.

Amongst the homes available at Quarterfield is Bellway’s Brentwood 2 design which offers 1,352 sq ft of living space. The ground floor features an entrance hallway leading to a front facing living room. The entire width of the property provides space for the open plan kitchen diner and family room with two sets of french doors leading to the rear garden. Completing this level is a downstairs WC and integrated garage.

The first floor provides four good size bedrooms, with bedroom one and two featuring ensuite facilities, in addition there is a family bathroom.

Buyers can select from a range of incentives that Bellway is offering including the Help to Buy scheme, part exchange, or their bespoke free of charge Express Mover service where Bellway will manage the sale of your old property on your behalf.

Quarterfield is located less than two miles from the centre of Stockton and its main shopping district. There, the Castlegate Mall is home to a wide selection of boutique retailers, as well as a market hall.

Away from the town centre, Portrack Lane is known for its home furnishing and DIY stores, and the Teeside Shopping Retail Park offers a range of fashion, food and specialist brands, in addition to a multiplex cinema and several popular eateries.

For families, there are a number of well-regarded schools in the local area, including Hartburn Primary School and St Cuthbert’s RC Voluntary Aided Primary School for younger children, and The Grangefield Academy for older pupils.

For commuters there are a number of major roads easily accessible from the development including the A66 for Middlesbrough, Darlington, Scotch Corner and the Lake District; the A19 for Thirsk, York and Sunderland, and the A1, for Durham, Newcastle, Doncaster and London.

The closest railways stations are at Stockton and Thornaby, both less than two miles away, with regular services running to Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Newcastle, York, Leeds and Manchester. For domestic and international flights, Durham Tees Valley Airport is a 10-minute drive from Quarterfield via the A66.

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Quarterfield kitchen