The impressive hallway of the Buchan, with its feature staircase, opens on to a triple aspect kitchen dining room with separate laundry, creating a natural gathering place. With french doors in the lounge, A separate study and four bedrooms, one of them en-suite, this is a home that balances social space with privacy.
- Lounge (3.45 x 4.79 m)
- Kitchen (2.76 x 3.63 m)
- Utility (1.93 x 1.79 m)
- Dining (2.76 x 3.32 m)
- Study (2.32 x 2.06 m)
- WC (1.62 x .94 m)
- Master Bedroom (3.5 x 3.79 m)
- En-Suite (2.23 x 2.04 m)
- Bedroom 2 (2.8 x 3.76 m)
- Bedroom 3 (2.51 x 3.09 m)
- Bedroom 4 (2.41 x 3.06 m)
- Bathroom (3.04 x 1.7 m)
About Westburn Village
Less than seven miles from the centre of Newcastle, Hebburn is brought within easy reach of a vast choice of shops, cinemas, theatres, galleries and nightlife by excellent transport links. Local buses stop directly outside Westburn Village, and Hebburn Metro station, less than a mile to the north, offers frequent services to Newcastle, with a journey time of around 15 minutes. Pelaw Metro, to the south, provides direct services to Sunderland and Newcastle International Airport. Trains from Heworth Railway Station, a little further away, run to Middlesbrough and Newcastle, with some services carrying on to Carlisle. The development benefits from easy access to the A194(M) leading to the A1(M) and A19.
Westburn Village is in the catchment area for Toner Avenue Primary and St James rc Primary schools, Hebburn Comprehensive and St Joseph’s Catholic Academy and Sixth Form College, all of which are within walking distance of the development. In addition to a delicatessen just yards from the development, there are two shopping precincts close to Westburn Village. Shops around Station Road, near Hebburn Metro, include a newsagent, pharmacies, a post office, an Asda supermarket, a butcher, hot food takeaways, banks, hairdressers and other services. There are also two medical practices in the area, the larger of which is the Park Surgery. The nearest dentist, Perfect Smile, is just 700 yards from the development.
The second selection of shops, a mile to the south, incorporates a hardware store, an off-licence, a newsagent and a greengrocer as well as a large Aldi supermarket. The wide choice of bars, cafés and restaurants in Hebburn includes Mambos, The Lord Nelson, the Tavern and the Cock Crow Inn, a family-friendly bar and restaurant that backs on to an ornamental lake, and includes a children’s playground.
DirectionsFrom A1(M) Northbound
Approaching the northern end of the motorway section of the A1(M), move into the right hand lane to join the A194(M) for South Shields. Stay on the A194(M) for four miles following signs for South Shields, then half a mile after passing through the Whitemare Pool Roundabout take the first roundabout exit for Hebburn via Mill Lane (B1306). One mile on, at the t-junction turn right and the entrance to Westburn Village is on the left.From Central Newcastle
Cross the Tyne Bridge, then from the Gateshead Highway follow road markings and signs for South Shields via the A184 (Felling Bypass). Stay on the A184 for two miles, then at the Heworth roundabout take the first exit for Hebburn via the A185. After one and a half miles, the entrance to Westburn Village is on the left.Sat Nav: NE31 1RP
The house plans shown above, including the room specifications, may vary from development to development and are provided for general guidance only. For more accurate and detailed plans for a specific plot, please check with your local Miller Homes sales adviser. Carpets and floor coverings are not included in our homes as standard.