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An exciting new range of two to four-bedroom homes at Meadow Hill by Cussins. All homes will be built to Cussins’ renowned high standards with premium quality heritage brick and high specification interiors, including luxury fitted kitchens, contemporary bathrooms and refined modern detailing throughout.
Residents will have access to newly built and upgraded leisure facilities just a short walk from Meadow Hill. This includes improvements to Throckley Recreation Ground and a new sports field for the ‘Outstanding’ Throckley Primary School.
Stunning Throckley Dene, ideal for family walks, is just a stroll away and homeowners will be able to enjoy country living in this area of true heritage, with Hadrian’s Wall passing through the village. Located on the Hexham Road with Newcastle just a few miles to the east and the stunning Tyne Valley to the west, the Village of Throckley offers the best of all worlds.
Whether you’re seeking a busy city lifestyle or a quiet, rural retreat, Throckley is the ideal place to make your home. Situated on the outskirts of Newcastle, the village of Throckley has grown up along the B6528 – Hexham Road – west to Heddon-onthe-Wall and east towards Newcastle.
The A6085 also passes through the village, heading south to Newburn and the River Tyne. Drive north and within 2 minutes you’ll be on the A69, making travel in all directions easy – west to Hexham and Carlisle and east four miles to the A1 and a few miles more to Newcastle.
Throckley Primary School is just a short walk from Cussins at Meadow Hill and has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and was listed in the 2018 edition of the Sunday Times School Guide of the highest achieving schools in the country.
The school, which also has a nursery school, has been designated as a National Support School with the head as a National Leader of Education and several staff are Specialist Leaders of Education.
Head north for a few miles and you’ll be in Ponteland with its schools, shops and many facilities. Newcastle International Airport is just 9 minutes away. A regular bus link is also available to residents, allowing easy public transport access to Newcastle, Hexham, Carlisle and other towns and villages. All of this makes Throckley an ideal base for commuters and for those seeking the hustle and bustle of Newcastle, with its restaurants, theatres, bars, museums and more.
When the countryside calls, Throckley is just a short drive from the stunning views, walks, pretty villages and unspoilt valleys of rural Northumberland. The village lies on the Eastern edge of unspoilt Hadrian’s Wall country, ideal for walkers, cyclists and wildlife lovers.