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Bellway launch Hurworth Gardens

28th January 2018 Print
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Bellway have announced a new development in the village of Hurworth on Tees near Darlington.

Comprising a range of three, four and five bedroom homes the development will suit a wide range of purchasers looking for a bespoke property that encompasses all the modern design features coupled with efficient running costs thanks to modern methods of construction and enhanced insulation standards.

“We are delighted to bring this new development to the market, said Bellway’s Sales Manager, Dee Colonia. “A tremendous amount of planning and thought has gone into the design of the homes in order to provide the maximum amount of space. All the homes enjoy a high quality specification which includes open plan living spaces, ensuite shower rooms and integrated kitchen appliances. Externally all the homes feature gardens and garages and residents will appreciate the beauty of the surrounding countryside that the development enjoys.”

The development is ideally situated for accessing the amenities of nearby Darlington, while providing a backdrop for those in search of a rural home life. Everyday essentials can be purchased at the village convenience store, which also houses a post office. Locally there are several restaurants and traditional pubs including the Otter & Fish, The Bay Horse and The Emerson Arms.

Several large supermarkets can be found within 10 minutes’ drive of the development, while Darlington town centre boasts two shopping malls – Cornmill and Queen Street .

For commuters working locally and across the region, the A66, A167 and A1 are all easily accessible, linking you to Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne in the North, and York, Leeds and Doncaster to the south. The nearest railway station is Darlington, around five minutes’ drive away, and from there frequent services operate to Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Leeds, Sheffield, Peterborough and London among many other destinations.

For families there are several well-regarded schools in the local area, such as Hurworth Primary School for younger children and Hurworth School for secondary students. Post-16 providers include Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College and Darlington College, both around 10 minutes’ drive from Hurworth Gardens.

The open countryside around Hurworth provides many opportunities for outdoor activities with several riding schools in the local area, as well as cycling, running and rambling clubs. Luxury hotel and spa Rockliffe Hall is home to a championship golf course and is just a mile from the development, while Blackwell Grange and Dinsdale Spa golf clubs are both three miles away and can be reached in less than 10 minutes by car.

For further information regarding these new homes in Hurworth-on-Tees, visit

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