Ambulance service training grounds to be transformed into unique residential scheme in Morpeth

The former training grounds of the North East Ambulance Service in Morpeth is set to be transformed as planning permission has been granted for award-winning housebuilder Duchy Homes to build new luxury homes in this unique and secluded setting.

The four-acre site at Fulbeck Grange offers an idyllic location for a tree-lined residential development, surrounded by open space and vast greenery. Currently derelict after being deemed no longer fit for purpose by the NEAS, Duchy Homes will regenerate the grounds with thirteen fivebedroom homes whilst retaining and enhancing the existing two acres of mature woodland and the historic woodland walk. Residents will be able to enjoy the exclusivity of this private space including an ornamental pond and stream.

With a reputation for the highest standards in house building, recognised by a repeated triumph year-on-year in the industry-acclaimed NHBC Awards, buyers can expect only the best luxury homes with premium build-quality, luxury fittings and thoughtfully-designed interiors. A choice of four styles of executive five-bedroom homes will be offered, each presenting sophisticated exterior styling with charm and character to enhance the picturesque setting.

The development’s location in the desirable Fulbeck area, just 1 mile north of Morpeth town centre, is ideally placed for commuting and enjoying the recreational offerings of north Tyneside and Northumberland with stunning coastline, National Parks and heritage sites nearby.

Duchy Homes has already started work on site with roads and sewers going in ahead of the foundations beginning this summer. Sales are anticipated to open at the end of the year.