Beechbrooke in South Shields is a stylish new housing development which comprises a collection of two, three and four bedroom family houses.
The properties are ideal for those looking for their first house or for families in need of a little extra space and are conveniently placed within walking distance of the local Metro station.
The new development is close to the A194, the A19 and the Tyne Tunnel, so is the ideal location for those commuting to the surrounding areas of North Tyneside, Newcastle, County Durham and Sunderland. Beechbrooke is 2.5 miles from South Shields town centre and is also just a short drive to Sandhaven beach.
Beechbrooke is supported by a number of schools, including Biddick Hall County Junior School; Monkton Junior School; Monkton Infant School; Lord Blyton Primary School; and Holy Trinity C of E Primary School.
Beechbrooke is being delivered by Gentoo construction, a part of the Gentoo Group. The group includes divisions which operate in care and support services, specialist glass, environmental sustainability, property rental and sales and of course construction.
Gentoo Construction is committed to delivering the highest quality construction services and works extremely hard to provide the best possible value for money for all its clients. The division provides a comprehensive range of services and strives to keep sustainability at the forefront of all its work, including the Beechbrooke development.
Beechbrooke is not only a great development it is also an award winning site, with Gentoo Construction Project Manager Lawrence Mead picking up the much coveted NHBC Pride in the Job Award for his work on the scheme. The award marks the first time that Gentoo have won this award and it puts Lawrence within the top 400 developments in the country.
Beechbrooke launched in May 2013 and opened its three bedroom show home in September 2013. The development has been extremely popular with buyers and has received excellent feedback regarding the standard and quality of each home.
Beechbrooke includes ten property types, including The Laburnum; The Larch; The Hawthorn; The Ash; The Chestnut; The Poplar; The Yew; The Rowan; The Redwood; and The Elder. The Larch is a spacious four bedroom home with a well-proportioned kitchen and dining area, whilst The Rowan is a two bedroom property which incorporates an open plan layout on the ground floor.
Each house on the Beechbrooke development is constructed to a very high standard and comes with a ten year NHBC warranty as well as a two year Gentoo customer care warranty. Houses are also included within the Help to Buy scheme.
Beechbrooke is just one of many fantastic developments within the Gentoo portfolio, with additional developments including Meadow View in Houghton-le-Spring; Reflection in Annitsford; Humbles Wood in Prudhoe; Stonefolds in Marton; and Shaw Wood Gate in Durham. Last year Gentoo launched eight developments and each demonstrated the group’s passion for constructing stunning houses in desirable locations.
For further information about the Gentoo Group, please visit: www.gentoogroup.com.