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Plot 128 - The Elder, Wayside Point, Northumberland NE61 5BQ

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The Elder is a stunning 4 bedroom detached home with integral garage.
The property is opened by a central hallway, leading onto a front-facing living room space and a contemporary kitchen-diner, with french doors bringing the outside in. A utility and WC completes the floor. A large landing space opens up onto three double bedrooms, with the master featuring an ensuite, a single bedroom and a spacious family bathroom complete the upper floor.

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Wayside Point

NE61 5BQ

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Situated in the picturesque village of Ellington, this development seamlessly combines striking modern property design with the peaceful rural Northumberland landscape, and with the stunning Cresswell Beach just a few minutes away, it’s perfect for those who enjoy coastal walks and the outdoor lifestyle.

EXQUISITELY STYLED, PROFESSIONALLY LANDSCAPED. Combining contemporary design with unrivalled luxury, Wayside Point comprises 99 properties across its first phase. The prestigious development features homes to suit every customer’s needs, comprising two, three and four bedroom homes.

Each home is exquisitely styled, inside and out, with high class specification, finishing and balanced use of space, with the attention to detail extending to the professionally landscaped development.

Situated in the picturesque village of Ellington, Wayside Point is located on the site of the former Ellington Colliery, which was the last operational deep mine in the North East before it closed in 2005. The development seamlessly combines striking modern property design with the peaceful rural Northumberland landscape, and with the stunning Cresswell Bay just a few minutes away, it is ideal for those wanting their cake and to eat it too.

A NOD TO THE PAST… Even before Ellington Colliery was sunk in 1909, the area along Lynemouth road where the development now sits was known as WAYSIDE. However, the name also relates to the areas rich mining heritage with ‘Way’ referring to the name given to the tracks that the mining cars run on, whilst ‘Side’ or siding was the track that connected the mine to the national rail network.

Book an appointment to visit the sales office and view the showhomes with one of our sales executives.

ALL visits are now strictly by appointment only.

Once you have made your appointment, our sales executive will call you to confirm and to explain our new guidance procedures prior to your visit.

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