September 23, 2019 @ 12:07 by Steven Hugill
An award-winning Northumberland developer has unveiled images of its latest project.
Countylife Homes is overseeing the Coasthouses scheme, based in Beadnell.
Bosses say work on the four, four-bedroomed homes – based less than 200 metres from the village centre and close to the beach – is already underway, with construction expected to be finished next summer.
Mike Pattison, managing director, said: “Our latest project perfectly encapsulates our approach to deliver exceptional, spacious homes in desirable and sought-after locations.
“Modern in design, our Beadnell properties will benefit from extensive, high performance glazing making them extremely energy efficient, maximising the natural light and affording excellent views towards the bay.
“The properties also benefit from balconies, ideal for dining out and enjoying the coastal scenery during the warmer months.”
Countylife Homes is also working at Belsay Bridge and the projects follow recently completed developments at North Hill, in Dinnington Village; Main Street, in the village of Newton, near Corbridge; and Brunton Square, near Gosforth.
Brunton Square was selected as one of the top three projects nationally in the 2017 Premier Guarantee Excellence Awards’ small development of the year category.
It was the only North East-based project to be shortlisted and became the third Countylife development to be commended by Premier Guarantee.