Burgham Park Gardens is an outstanding collection of 3 to 5-bedroom homes perfectly positioned to enjoy Burgham Park Golf Club, Northumberland’s coast & countryside. Sitting in the heart of pretty Coquetdale, in the quaint hamlet of Burgham, Burgham Park Gardens is positioned to enjoy stunning views of the Simonside Hills to the west and overlooking Burgham’s Championship Parkland Golf Course.
Cussins’ exclusive development has been designed to perfectly blend with its extraordinary surroundings, offering families an outstanding combination of stylish homes, a spectacular setting within Burgham Park Golf Club and excellent connections to Newcastle.
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Monday, Thursday & Friday 10am- 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
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Sales & Marketing Suite Opening Hours: Monday, Thursday & Friday 10am-5pm Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
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Sitting in the heart of pretty Coquetdale, in the quaint hamlet of Burgham, Burgham Park Gardens is positioned to enjoy stunning views of the Simonside Hills to the west and overlooking Burgham’s Championship Parkland Golf Course.
Access to the A1 couldn’t be easier, with it being less than a one-minute drive away. Residents can head north to Alnwick in just 15 minutes; with it’s famous Castle and Gardens as well-as the magnificent Treehouse, Alnwick offers and abundance of things to do. To the south you will find the vibrant market town of Morpeth, 15 minutes away, with its upmarket boutiques, shops and restaurants and riverbank walks. Or if you’re looking for the buzz of a city, Newcastle City Centre is a 30-minute drive from Burgham Park Gardens.
The quaint and leafy village of Felton is just a short drive or walk away and is well-known for its artisan coffee shop, The Running Fox and the award-winning bar and restaurant, The Northumberland Arms. Travel 5 minutes west and you’ll meet the historic village of Longhorsley which boarders the River Coquet, where pretty streets are complimented by traditional churches dating back to 1688 and 1841 as well-as the local pub, The Shoulder of Mutton. Drive to Druridge Bay & Country Park in just 18 minutes where you can enjoy the dune-backed beaches and magnificent sunrises.