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Right up in the North East of England, Newcastle upon Tyne, more commonly known as just Newcastle, is the north's most populated city, sitting on the RIver Tyne and situated in the county of Tyne and Wear. It is one of the most iconic cities in Britain, famous for its industrial heritage, popular nightlife and distinct 'Geordie' accent. The average house price in Newcastle hovers around £210,000, with new homes being more expensive than second-hand homes, however new builds are much more energy-efficient, so you will save money in the long run on gas and electricity bills. Whether you’re looking to find a family property or your first home, there are over 45 developments in and around the city, so you’re sure to find your dream home.
There are a range of incentives available in England to prospective home buyers to help get onto the property ladder. The First Homes Scheme - available only on new build properties - aims to ensure you aren’t priced out of your hometown by selling the homes at a 30-50% discount to the market price. Shared ownership homes are increasing in popularity and are a great way to start your buying journey. Usually sold through housing associations rather than developers, the Shared Ownership scheme centres around buying a percentage share, usually between 10% and 75%, of the property and pay rent on the remaining share. Developers, builders and housing associations will usually have their own incentives available as well, including offers for Key Workers and Armed Forces personnel, so it’s important to keep up to date on what is being offered in your desired location.
Newcastle offers a variety of entertainment venues, day and night out experiences, and dining spots that cater to all tastes and interests. The iconic Glasshouse International Centre for Music, which was formerly known as Sage Gateshead, hosts concerts and events, while the O2 Academy welcomes popular bands and artists on a regular basis. The Theatre Royal also boasts plenty of infamous plays and musicals. The Geordie capital also doesn't disappoint when it comes to finding places to eat. Quayside is a culinary hotspot with restaurants overlooking the River Tyne, and can find fresh seafood at Riley's Fish Shack. If you’re a fan of international flavours, try BALTIC Kitchen, or for a taste of tradition, indulge at The Bridge Tavern. Don't miss out on Newcastle's pub scene, where you can enjoy a pint and traditional British pub food.
Newcastle hosts a huge range of places to visit for a fun day out, from art galleries and museums to science centres and castles. The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art showcases a range of art styles in a stunning converted flour mill, whilst the Great North Museum: Hancock offers a visual education into the region's past, including the story of Hadrian's Wall. The Life Science Centre is great for both adults and children, and features interactive exhibits on science and technology. Sports fans can watch a Newcastle United football match at St James' Park.
If you’re keen to move to Newcastle, but living in the busy city centre is not for you, there are plenty of smaller towns and villages around the city and within Tyne and Wear that offer a more peaceful living experience. Transport links are reliable, with regular buses, trains and metro services connecting these towns to Newcastle's city centre, making commuting easy. Nearby towns like Gosforth and Jesmond are popular choices for families due to their excellent primary schools and secondary schools. Gosforth Central Middle School and West Jesmond Primary School are well-regarded schools, providing a strong foundation for students. Amenities in these areas cater to all residents' needs - you'll find local shops, supermarkets, and green spaces like Jesmond Dene. The Royal Victoria Infirmary and Freeman Hospital are both easily accessible.
Whether you are a first time buyer, second stepper, or looking to downsize, we have a huge range of new builds in Newcastle upon Tyne - simply search from the listings above. We also have a small range of homes available through Shared Ownership in Newcastle. If you want to be notified when new developments are added to the website, you can register for alerts to be sent an email or SMS when properties become available in your desired location.