Whitefield Farm, Druridge Bay

Northumberland Homes Ltd is pleased to announce the launch of this small exclusive development of 2 superb Barns and 2 substantial houses, easily accessible yet situated on a quiet farm road within easy reach of the beautiful Northumberland coastline and all that has to offer.

Our 2 Barns and 2 Houses are sympathetically built in heritage brickwork with slate roofs complementing the small number of existing properties on this quiet arable farm. Each property offers spacious contemporary living having been painstakingly planned to ensure they get maximum benefit from their individual locations.

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Living at Whitefield Farm, Druridge Bay

The lovely beach and sand dunes of the majestic Druridge Bay, stretching to over 7 miles long, can be walked to in just over 15 minutes, primarily along quiet farm tracks which mostly belong to Whitefield Farm. The well established Druridge Bay Country Park, itself fronting onto the beach, can be reached by car in under 2 minutes. This is sure to be a big attraction for many types of potential purchasers including those with young families, dog walkers, hikers, watersports enthusiasts & generally those looking for a healthy outdoor lifestyle. The nearby Low Hauxley Nature Reserve has much to offer wildlife and wildfowl enthusiasts,

Druridge Bay is a stunning seven mile stretch of sand running from Amble to Cresswell and forms part of the Druridge Bay Country Park. Here you’ll find a series of smaller nature reserves, such as Low Hauxley, that are home to a variety of birds – from Swans to Oystercatchers, to the rare Golden Eye Snipe. The Country Park has all the amenities you need to enjoy a day at the coast with toilets, cafe and children’s play area.

The park is centred on a lake with surrounding meadows and woods which has been restored from an old opencast coal mine – the perfect place for a picnic.
With  Route 1 of the National Cycle Network (a long distance cycle route connecting Dover and the Shetland Islands – via the east coast of England and Scotland) under 1 mile away Whitefield Farm is the ideal place for cyclists and walkers alike.
Being part of the Northumberland Coast AONB the area is a walking gateway to the wider Northumberland coast & countryside with its world famous beaches and castles. The Scottish Border is under 1 hour away and Newcastle’s Geordie hospitality just over 30 mins … such a dilemma which to choose!
Closer to home Alnwick Castle and Alnwick Gardens and the many other castles of Northumberland – Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh, Warkworth, Norham, together with the ‘Holy Island’ of Lindisfarne, make this area a treasure trove for Heritage buffs.
Golf courses – With the challenge of the nearby Newbiggin GC and other great courses within a short distance at Longhirst, Morpeth & Burgham you really are spoilt for choice and that’s even before heading up the coast to various superb links courses including Foxton & the Open qualifier at Goswick.
For spectator sports there is of course the might Newcastle United FC, but at a more local level there are local Football and Rugby teams at Morpeth & Alnwick who all compete at a good level.

The relative proximity of the Barns & Houses to the lovely coastal town of Amble (only 4 miles / 7 minutes) and the historic towns of Morpeth (10 miles / 17 mins) and Alnwick (12miles / 19 minutes) makes this location very convenient for day to day work and leisure purposes.
For commuters, the A1 is only 10 minutes away with Newcastle (only 26 miles / 34 minutes). This, combined with the East Coast mainline stations

at Morpeth (11 miles / 19 minutes) & Alnmouth (9 miles / 19 minutes) all demonstrate how ideally located Whitefield Farm is.
Newcastle airport is only 35 minutes away offering access to a multitue of short and long haul destinations.With the Port of Tyne (North Shields) only 40 minutes away you can easily access the continent via Holland (Amsterdam) or Belgium (Zebrugge) after a pleasant overnight trip.

There is a good selection of National and locally owned shops in nearby Amble as well as Morpeth with it’s successful Sanderson Arcade together with Alnwick and it’s world renowned gardens.

Amble has a good variety of restaurants including The Old Storehouse, The Boathouse and Sea & Soil. Other local towns of Morpeth and Alnwick and villages of Craster, Bambugh and Felton all boast a superb selection of pubs, café’s and restaurants.
Further afield Newcastle and it’s globally renowned hospitality has a boundless range of shops and eateries to satisfy even the most discerning.

With a range of schools from Nursery to High Schools the area is well served for growing families. Northumberland College offers a range of apprenticeships

and higher education courses, and is a 10-minute drive away in Ashington, while the University of Northumbria and Newcastle University can be reached in around 30 minutes by car or train.

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