One of the most highly anticipated residential developments in Morpeth is nearing completion as its properties take shape.
Emerging North East property development firm Northumberland Homes Ltd is celebrating further progress at The Old Registry, Morpeth. Following the launch of its impressive show home, 40% of the properties have now been sold and buyers are looking forward to moving into their new homes in the coming weeks. Remaining apartments and bungalows are also rapidly taking shape.
Those interested in taking a look around this eagerly awaited development will have the opportunity every Wednesday and Friday during December until the 18th of December. The Old Registry will also be opening its doors during the Christmas holidays on Saturday the 28th and Monday the 30th. All viewings are by appointment only via the agents handling this site – either Bradley Hall or Sanderson Young.
The launch of Northumberland Homes Ltd’s ﬁrst development, The Old Registry, includes a range of carefully transformed luxury apartments, cottages and dormer bungalows. The project has welcomed a surge of enquiries and interest.
The Old Registry apartments are mostly two-bedroom though there are also three one-bedroom apartments as well as four bungalows and cottages.
Much of the property, parts of which date back to 1750, is Grade II listed. The company has maintained many of its original architectural features during the renovations of the building, which is one of the oldest in Morpeth.
Gary Herron, Managing Director at Northumberland Homes Ltd said: “The Old Registry development has allowed us to create quality new homes in Morpeth town centre whilst also giving one of Morpeth’s most iconic historic buildings a sustainable, long-term future. We’ve put a lot of effort into retaining many of the original features, character and charm of the building as well as preserving and cleaning its original façade.
“The apartments and bungalows should appeal to a mix of people wanting a luxurious new home at the same time as enjoying all the benefits of being just a very short walk into the town centre of Morpeth.”
Prices range from £175,000 to £190,000 for the one bedroom apartments, and £210,000 to £325,000 for apartments with two bedrooms. Prices for the 1 remaining cottage bungalow is £335,000 with a price of £485,000 for the 1 remaining dormer bungalow. The bungalows are gas centrally heated with under-floor heating while the apartments benefit from having the latest, efficient electric heating systems.
Kathryn Kent, New Homes Manager at Bradley Hall said: “The Old Registry is a fantastic development in the heart of Morpeth town centre. We’ve had a lot of interest in the range of homes created by Northumberland Homes Ltd which are perfect for a diverse range of homeowners.
“The team has created interesting and high-quality properties, retaining many of the original features and the charm of this popular location. We look forward to continuing to work with Gary and the team on this development and future projects.
“We’re delighted that the new homeowners of these outstanding properties at The Old Registry will be moving in soon, and we are looking forward to a showcasing the properties through a number of open days during December and beyond."
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