Creighton Place, Holmefield Embleton

NE66 3FA


07503 259529 / 01665 600 800


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Creighton Place, Holmefield is an outstanding collection of  three bedroom bungalows and four to five bedroom cottage-style homes, perfectly positioned to enjoy Northumberland’s unspoilt coast and countryside.

This exceptional new phase will feature just 16 homes, each benefiting from a generous private garden and many homes enjoying breath-taking coastal and open-countryside views. Each home will boast high specification interiors including luxury fitted kitchens, contemporary bathrooms and refined modern detailing throughout.

Creighton Place is set in one of the most breath-taking locations on Northumberland’s incredible coastline, offering an idyllic village location combined with the delights of living close to the sea.

Home to some of the most spectacular landscapes in Britain, this part of Northumberland boasts vibrant market towns, picture-postcard villages, fabulous countryside walks, coastal paths and mile upon mile of pristine white sandy beaches to explore.

Site Plan

With our interactive Site Plan, you can view all of the available properties at this development, making it easier for you to choose and enquire about the exact property of your choice.

Sales Centre opening hours:
Temporarily closed to keep you and our employees safe. Our dedicated sales team are still contactable via telephone or email. Thursday & Friday 10am - 5pm, Saturday, Sunday & Monday 10am - 4pm

House Types

The Campion


2 bedrooms

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The Harebell


3 bedrooms

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local Area Information

With much of the Northumberland coastline deservedly designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Creighton Place sits in one of the most remarkable landscapes. Embleton Bay with its spectacular beach is just a short walk away for Creighton Place residents and is one of the safest for families. Embleton itself dates back beyond the War of the Roses. With a 12th Century Norman Church at its heart, it is also home to its own village shops, coffee house, children’s play park, pubs & restaurants and village hall. Walk, cycle, or drive, just a little further afield and you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to pretty seaside villages, including Low Newton, Dunstanburgh, Beadnell and Craster. In only 15 minutes, you can be in Alnwick with its array of shops, restaurants, cafes and, of course, its renowned castle and garden.

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