The Moulton is a fabulous 2 bedroom home. Lounge with patio doors out to the garden, kitchen and cloakroom on the ground floor. Master bedroom, a further bedroom and family bathroom on the first floor.
Dimensions (measured in metre)
Lounge  4.57 (width) x 3.68 (length)
Kitchen  2.69 (width) x 2.57 (length)
Master Bedroom  3.96 (width) x 2.67 (length)
Bedroom 2  3.48 (width) x 2.01 (length)
Bathroom  2.44 (width) x 1.57 (length)
Exciting new apartments released for sale, overlooking the river with prices starting from £90,000 using our Shared Equity scheme.
New Buy available with only 5% deposit required.
Please speak to our sales adviser for details.
A stunning selection of two, three, four and five bedroom houses for sale in a unique setting.
Stella Riverside is the perfect complement of city, country and riverside living, creating a true sense of community on the banks of the River Tyne.
The development will be beautifully landscaped to create a green and relaxing leafy environment beside the river - all for the enjoyment of the residents of Stella Riverside.
With quality family homes, the inclusion of wide open space, river frontage, cycle paths and walkways, Stella Riverside will promote a healthy lifestyle for everyone to benefit from.Leisure
Steeped in local history, the area of Stella was first mentioned in around 1150 when it was given to St Bartholomew and the Nuns of Newcastle by the Bishop of Durham. Later a famous battle was fought here in 1640, the Battle of Newburn Forge, between the English and Scots. The site of Stella Riverside was a former power station which was constructed between 1951 and 1954, with its coal being transported on barges using the River Tyne. This type of power station, known as 'brick cathedrals' used around 2,300 tons of coal per day and by the 1980's was deemed to be inefficient. The station was closed in 1990 and was eventually demolished, with the site being cleared for redevelopment in 1996. In addition, the Blaydon Races original site lies to the east of the development, although the site of the Races is now Blaydon Railway Station. These impromptu horse races formed part of the annual fair known as 'The Hoppings'. The final race meeting was held on 2nd September 1912 at Stella Haugh, the site of this new development. And the course is believed to have been visible until the construction of the Stella South Power Station. Today you can find the exciting new development of Stella Riverside with its interesting history, located off the Blaydon to Ryton road, as well as to the south of Newburn Bridge.