Family style; in association with smartnewhomes.com.
These homes are well-placed for getting to rural Northumberland and Newcastle, so they provide the best of both worlds - rural surroundings with a lively city centre on the doorstep.
One home ideal for a family is the Bilberry townhouse at pounds 199,995. With living over three floors, this is an ideal space for your growing brood. The ground floor has an entrance hall with cloakroom, family room and a large open-plan kitchen/dining area with French doors to the rear garden allowing you to sit and relax.
The first floor has a spacious lounge that's perfect for relaxing or entertaining guests, with views over the back garden, a family bathroom and a third bedroom. To the second floor, there is a master suite with fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room. There is also a further double bedroom with fitted wardrobes.
Another great family home is the Acer at pounds 174,995. The ground floor has an entrance hall with separate cloakroom, fitted kitchen with dining area and lounge with French doors opening on to the back garden. The first floor has the large master bedroom with en suite shower room and fitted wardrobes, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Killingworth has a wealth of shops and facilities and a real community atmosphere. Plus, if you're travelling further afield, the major road links and transport networks are excellent.
Dunelm Homes' part-exchange scheme gives buyers a cash offer for their current home.
Sales and marketing director Colin Willetts said: "Both the Bilberry and the Acer are fantastic family homes, and we believe they'll be a real hit with those looking for homes designed for today's living."
For information tel: (0191) 268-0735, or go to www.dunelmhomes.co.uk
Townhouse splendour: The Bilberry townhouse, as featured at Dunelm Homes' Bailey Grange development, is at pounds 199,995. It is an ideal home for spacious family living.
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Nov 1, 2008|
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