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Buyers get their first chance to view Bellway’s executive homes at The Green

18th June 2018 Print
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If you’re looking for a piece of history on your door step, then Bellway’s latest development, The Green is bound to appeal. Situated less than two miles from the medieval city of Durham which is one of the North of England’s great draws welcoming visitors from across the globe to view the city’s Romanesque cathedral and 11th-century castle.
The Green is comprised of a collection of  four and five bedroom detached executive properties priced from £360,995. The development has been specifically designed to appeal to local professionals as well as those commuting to nearby towns and cities.
All of the homes have been thoughtfully created to appeal to growing families. The internal specification offers open-plan living areas, high quality kitchens with integrated appliances and bedrooms featuring ensuite shower rooms. Externally, the homes benefit from generous gardens and all have garages.

Buyers with a home to sell can take advantage of Bellway’s free of charge Express Mover service where Bellway will appoint an estate agent on your behalf who is tasked with achieving a quick and satisfactory sale.

Buyers can also take advantage of the Help to Buy scheme which requires a minimum five percent deposit and offer a twenty percent five year interest free loan. The scheme helps reduce mortgage repayments during the first five years of ownership and has assisted thousands of buyers across the country buy their own homes.
For families, there are a number of well-regarded schools in the area, such as St Margaret’s CE Primary, Neville’s Cross Primary and St Oswald’s Church of England Aided Primary and Nursery schools for younger children. Durham Johnston Comprehensive School and St Leonard’s Catholic School cater for secondary-age pupils, while Durham Sixth Form Centre provides a range of A level and post-16 vocational courses. 
Independent schools include Durham School, The Chorister School and Durham High School for Girls. New College Durham and East Durham College both offer a selection of apprenticeships, further and higher education courses, while Durham University, founded in 1832, is one of the world’s foremost universities.
The city of Durham offers a plethora of cultural attractions, entertainment venues, restaurants, bars and shopping opportunities. 
In addition to the stunning architecture of the castle and cathedral, the city possesses many historic buildings along its ancient streets. Crook Hall, two miles from these new homes dates back to the 13th century and is surrounded by five acres of themed gardens. Further afield, Aukland Castle and Deer Park, nine miles away, Barnard Castle, 23 miles away and Beamish Museum, 11 miles away are all popular destinations with visitors.
For commuters, Durham Railway Station is an eight minutes’ drive from the development and from there mainline services run to Newcastle, Berwick, Edinburgh, Darlington, York and London Kings Cross, among other destinations. Major roads easily accessible nearby include the A167 and the A1. Durham Tees Valley Airport is 35 minutes away by car via the A167.
For further information regarding these new homes in Durham, visit

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