What are the best new build homes in Newcastle? We ask the residents! Verified reviews on HomeViews provide insights into what it’s really like to live in a new build development. This lets you choose the very best new home for you!
We take a look at the five highest-rated new homes developments in central Newcastle. This includes new homes for rent and for sale, so you can see the very best the city has to offer.
Living in Newcastle
Newcastle upon Tyne is the largest city in the North East of England. The city has the eighth largest population for urban areas in the UK and sits on the River Tyne, 226 miles from the North Sea coastline to the east.
Newcastle is usually found near the top of any lists of the friendliest cities in the UK. its industrial past has made way for a thriving economy based around corporate headquarters, tourism, digital tech, retail and leisure businesses. Major landmarks in Newcastle include the iconic Tyne Bridge and Gateshead Millenium Bridge, St James’ Park football stadium and The Castle that gives the city its name.
Property development in Newcastle
Newcastle’s property market has been performing strongly for many years. The North-East’s major city is enjoying increasing prosperity among residents, as well as population growth and healthy house price rises.
New homes developments are also adding to the Tyneside city’s appeal. The North of Tyne devolution deal is bring hundreds of millions of pounds of investment into Newcastle and its surrounding regions. Strong housing delivery has created a wealth of new homes in Newcastle for renters, buyers and investors alike.
Top 5 new homes developments in Newcastle
House prices in Newcastle
According to the latest figures from Zoopla, the average price of a property in Newcastle is currently £202,100 (September 2020). The average price of a flat in Newcastle is currently £139,208, while a terraced house averages around £172,435.
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