Lanchester Rise in Lanchester by Gentoo Homes
Lanchester, County Durham, DH7 0QS
4 bedroom houses
Lanchester Rise, located just north of the beautiful village of Lanchester, offers an exclusive collection of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom luxury homes situated in a stunning rural setting only eight miles west of the cathedral city of Durham. The thoughtfully designed house styles included on the development provide modern, flexible living spaces which fit perfectly around any lifestyle. All house styles are built to an excellent standard specification, plus, there are a wide range of upgrade options to help you truly make your home your own.
The charming village of Lanchester, set in the delightful River Browney Valley, is steeped in history and features a beautiful village green edged with attractive stone cottages and houses. The quaint front street also provides a variety of shops, public transport links and essential amenities together with local pubs and restaurants to visit at your leisure. Living in an idyllic rural location also means you can spend your free time exploring the stunning countryside, where there is a chance to walk along the Lanchester Valley railway path which journeys through woodland and countryside for a spectacular twelve miles. Alternatively, if you would prefer to venture into the historical cathedral city of Durham or vibrant centre of Newcastle, the convenient transport links via the A691 means the buzz and attractions of the city are easily accessible from your new home.
As well as owning a luxury new home, you will also receive a 2 year Gentoo customer care guarantee and a 10 year NHBC warranty as standard - providing total peace of mind about your new Gentoo home.
If you feel Lanchester Rise is the perfect choice for your next move, please register your interest using the contact form at the bottom of the page and our New Homes Advisor Karen will be in touch as soon as possible.
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