£189,950 - £319,950
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Deneburn, Longframlington, Northumberland
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Around 12 miles north of Morpeth, the rural village of Longframlington combines convenience with a strong sense of community. The A697 runs through the village and the A1 is around five miles away, providing easy access to Alnwick and the north, as well as to Newcastle upon Tyne. Bus services to Morpeth and Newcastle pass by the development, with journey times of 20 minutes to Morpeth and less than an hour to Newcastle. A few additional buses link the village with the Scottish Borders. Trains from Alnmouth stop at Acklington Railway Station, approximately eight miles to the east, and reach Newcastle in around 40 minutes.
The village has a small selection of shops, all very highly regarded.They include an award-winning butcher’s, R Green and Son, founded in 1888 by the great-grandfather of the present owner, and a Londis grocer, delicatessen, off-licence and general store that won the Countryside Alliance Village Shop and Post Office of the Year. It has been run by the present shopkeeper for more than 40 years. A newsagent, The Paper Shop, sits alongside The Running Fox café, renowned for its home baking and sandwiches.
There are two traditional pubs, the Village Inn and the Granby Inn, and every summer the village takes part in the Longframlington Music Festival, bringing together an eclectic range of musical styles and performers. Both Alnwick and Morpeth offer a wider and more comprehensive selection of shops and leisure activities.
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