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City Edge, Newcastle upon Tyne

2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
£141,995 - £254,995

 
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City Edge is a popular suburban development currently featuring 2, 3 AND 4 BEDROOM HOMES. Less than 4 miles from Newcastle city centre and just minutes from the A1(M), its central location is ideal for professionals and families.



With great schools close by and a fantastic range of local amenities on the doorstep, it is easy to see why our quality homes have been selling fast.



To own a brand new home at City Edge, book a phone appointment online today with our award-winning sales adviser.



Help to Buy in England is changing From 1 April 2021, changes are being introduced. Find out moreCity Edge is just minutes from the centre of Newcastle, where you will find a plethora of shops from independent retailers to well-known high street stores. Newcastle Racecourse is nearby and has regular horse racing, two 18-hole golf courses and a gym. For any rugby enthusiasts, Newcastle Falcons Rugby Club is less than three miles away. City Edge is also within easy reach of Blakelaw Park which offers a range of grassy recreational spaces, aswell as floodlit football pitches, a tennis and basketball court, a skateboard park, and a series of footpaths for exploring.Both the A1(M) and A167 are within minutes of City Edge, there are regular bus services into Newcastle and Newcastle International Airport is just 4 miles away.

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