Final Homes Ready To Move Into In Washington

Posted 16 November 2020 by Keith Osborne

There are just three houses still available to buy at the popular Teal Park Farm development from Barratt Homes...

There are only three houses remaining for sale at Barratt Homes’ Teal Park Farm in Washington, Tyne and Wear, and they are all now ready to move into.

Priced from £189,995 to £197,500, they are all of the ‘Barwick’ three-bedroom house type. Through the front door and into the hallway, to one side is the downstairs WC and some handy storage. On the other side is the kitchen, with a generous amount on fully fitted storage and work surface, and enough space to put a table and chairs for snacks. At the rear of the house is the living/dining room. This has glazing and French doors to the private rear garden and there’s another storage cupboard making maximum use of under-stair space.

At the top of those stairs there’s yet more storage off the landing, and the family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms are doubles – with the bonus on an en suite shower room to the principal one at the rear of the house. There’s also a single bedroom that could equally function as home office or hobby room.

Take a video tour of the ‘Barwick’

There’s a ‘Barwick’ show home to book an appointment to visit just ten miles away at Barratt’s City Edge development in Black Callerton, around five miles north-west of Newcastle.

Plot 207 is a semi-detached home priced at £191,995, a recent price cut of £8,000, and has a private driveway for two cars.

Plot 208 is end-of-terrace and priced at £189,995 – also a price reduction of £8,000 – and Barratt will also pay 5% towards the deposit – equivalent to £9,500.

Plot 329 is priced at £197,500, a price cut of £9,495, and comes with extras of a detached garage and upgraded appliances in the kitchen.

Help to Buy is available on all these properties.

Teal Park Farm is a collection of three- and four-bedroom homes in a range of layouts and designs with lots of green spaces surrounding it and with pleasant views of Penshaw Monument. Newcastle and Durham are within an easy reach for work and days out.

Find out more about Teal Park Farm from Barratt Homes.


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