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A new show home has opened at The Kilns, in the picturesque seaside village of Beadnell in Northumberland.

The Kilns offers an outstanding collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom primary residence homes, which have been carefully designed to respect the natural environment and built to the highest specification using a clever mix of distinctive brick and stone from Hexham’s Darney Quarry.

The show home is a magnificent double fronted 4-bedroom detached executive home which combines open plan kitchen, dining and family living space with a generous garden.

Developer Bondgate Homes operates on an ethos of creating sustainable communities for the future. Energy-efficient construction ensures the build process is as environmentally careful as possible without compromising on striking contemporary interiors that include the latest in kitchen design, luxury fittings, and contemporary bathrooms. Utilising the latest green technologies, air source heat pump systems have also been installed to reduce fuel costs and carbon emissions.

Several affordable homes on the development have already been handed over, providing new residents with an affordable rent in a highly desirable area.

Lynn Grant, Sales Executive at Bondgate Homes, said: “The opening of the show home at The Kilns marks a milestone in what will be an exceptional development in Beadnell. From the carefully selected materials sourced from Hexham’s Darney Quarry to the energy-efficient technologies incorporated into each home, immense effort has gone into ensuring that these homes will exceed expectations.

“We are looking forward to showcasing these homes to viewers and we believe the open-plan layouts, luxurious finishes and contemporary amenities will appeal to a wide-range of prospective homeowners.”

The Times named Beadnell ‘one of the coolest places to move to’. A short walk from The Kilns is a glorious two-mile beach stretch known as Beadnell Bay, within the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is an ideal spot for walking, water sports and relaxing. The village also has several amenities, including a café and shop as well as charming local pubs and restaurants. Several local heritage assets including an old lime kiln and a First World War pillbox have been preserved for historical interest.

The show home is open Thursday to Monday. To make an appointment or for further information call 07745 739 818.