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Meadow View is perfect for both families looking to make an area their home and commuters travelling to and from the well-connected development. Not only does it offer an exceptional mix of properties, the picturesque development presents the ideal balance of out of town living, with great local amenities plus enviable transport links, meaning Blyth and Newcastle are easily reachable. There is also easy access to the A1, Newcastle Airport and the East Coast Main Line meaning the development is well placed should you wish to travel further afield.
Located close to the historic coastal town of Blyth means you have a wealth of amenities on your doorstep. From award-winning schools to supermarkets, doctors to dog kennels, it offers everything you expect from a modern town. Unlike others though, Blyth has its own charm and rich heritage.
Blyth was recorded as an active port as far back as the twelfth century and benefited from being an industrial hub in the early 18th century. Nowadays, it is famous for its port area, which sees more than 1.5m tonnes of cargo pass through it each year, and its iconic harbour wind turbines. The town’s beach hut lined south beach is very popular with holidaymakers and the towns mix of pubs, bars, theatres and eateries has plenty to keep visitors entertained.
Should natural beauty be your preference over architectural and industrial, Bebside is surrounded by some of the country’s most beautiful scenery, historic parks and gardens, in particular Northumberland National Park under an hour’s drive away. If you are looking for a slice of city life then you won’t have far to go with one of England’s most vibrant and iconic cities is less than 25 minutes away. Newcastle’s stunning quayside and bridges are just down the road, with its city centre packed full of premium shopping locations, restaurants, culture and more pubs than you could ever need.
If you want to get active, the local sports facilities are excellent with gyms and artificial pitches nearby. For a watching brief, Blyth Spartans play their home games at Croft Park. Newcastle United is a name world-renowned for being a footballing giant, and the Magpies regularly fill St James’ Park every time they are at home. Newcastle has also become a leading venue for British horse racing, with several meetings throughout the year showcasing the leading competitors both on the flat and over jumps.
For a more cultured pursuit, theatres in Blyth and Newcastle offer a wide variety of entertainment, for bigger acts the Metro Radio Arena has hosted an impressive list of international stars and is a main tour stop off for the biggest acts.
With mile upon mile of stunning untouched North East coastline to explore and enjoy, those wanting to escape to the beach won’t have far to go, with a mixture of untouched coves, promenades, piers and arcades, there is certainly of plenty choice.