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The Oaklands

4 and 5 bedroom properties
Sir Bobby Robson Way, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear

 
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More information about The Oaklands...

Fantastic selection of new homes near Newcastle-upon-Tyne

The Oaklands is a select development of just 45 beautiful new homes, situated approximately 6 miles north of the vibrant city of Newcasle-upon-Tyne and close to the affluent suburb of Gosforth.

This development offers a fantastic collection of four and five bedroom family homes, all of which have been carefully designed to offer the very best in modern living.

Arrange an appointment now to come and speak with our sales executives.

Living so near Newcastle has many benefits

Renowned for its fantastic nightlife, with a host of live music, bars and nightclubs, Newcastle's buzzing cosmopolitan atmosphere complements its rich collections of museums and art galleries. St James' Park football ground is another popular tourist destination, visited by thousands of people every year from around the globe.

Gosforth's handy location means that you can easily slip away from the buzz of urban life. Hadrian's Wall and surrounding stunning countryside can be reached easily with a short car journey, the iconic Angel of the North is just across the river in Gateshead, and the coast isn't far either – Tynemouth, just 12 miles away, is a surfer's heaven and perfect for young families.

Along with Jesmond to the south, Gosforth is a popular residential area and, with its mix of urban and part-rural, means there's a wide range of styles; from farm houses and barn conversions to an abundance of stylish new build homes in the area known as Newcastle Great Park.

Gosforth has a vibrant high street offering a variety of shops including M&S Food, Sainsbury's and ASDA as well as a huge range of other chain and independent stores. The town also has an indoor shopping centre.

Of course for even more choice, simply head into Newcastle and to Eldon Square or jump in the car and drive a short 8-mile distance to the Metrocente in Gateshead.

There are plenty of sport and leisure activities in the local area. Visit Newcastle Cycle Tours and take a ride alongside the the river; hire a boat with River Escapes on the Tyne, or enjoy a picnic on the Town Moor which is larger than New York's Central Park!

The Oaklands is also located close to not one, but five golf courses; Northumberland Golf Club, Parklands Golf Club, City of Newcastle Golf Club, Westerhope Golf Course and Newcastle United Golf Club.

Adrenalin-junkies can spend a day (or two) with Endless Adventure North East who specialise in white water rafting, canyoning, gorge walking and 'tubing'! For a more sedate pace of life, spend the day at Jesmond Dene Park - a narrow wooded valley that follows the river Ouseburn between South Gosforth and Jesmond Vale.

Newcastle International Airport is just over 6 miles and offers scheduled flights throughout the UK and Europe as well as being the perfect touch down for tourists who travel to the city. Tyne and Wear Metro service to get into town (onto Monument Station) in around 20 minutes.

A train service runs from London to Newcastle and back approximately every half an hour which also stops at Doncaster and Peterborough; the journey usually takes around 3 hours. Edinburgh is only a one and a half hour train ride away and there are also regular trains that connect the rest of the country including places such as Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol, Oxford, Manchester, Glasgow, York and many others.

The A1 is less than 3 miles from the development.

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