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Castle Croft in Barnard Castle by Tilia Homes

Barnard Castle, County Durham, DL12 9BG

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4 bedroom houses
£264,995 - £314,995

 
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Welcome to Castle Croft.

We build the house, you make the home.

Our delightful development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom new build homes located in the rural village of Startforth, just over the River Tees from Barnard Castle.

Our stunning new build homes offer a variety of styles meaning there’s a home for everyone!

The nearby historic market town of Barnard Castle takes its name from the castle which it grew around and dates back to the 12th century. The remains of the castle, now a Grade 1 listed building, overlook the River Tees which today is a popular destination for canoeist and anglers.
In the centre of the town stands an octagonal building, the Market Cross known locally as, the ‘Butter Market’, built by Thomas Breaks and given to the town in 1747. Legend has it that the two bullet holes in the weather vane are the result of a shooting competition between a volunteer soldier and a local gamekeeper in 1804!

Tourism is important to the local economy with the town incorporating a number of antique shops and an antiques centre which attracts buyers from all over the world.

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