COUNTRY LIFE. CONTEMPORARY LUXURY.
West Chevington Farm is a brand-new development of sustainable and environmentally friendly built luxury homes, situated on a National Heritage listed Georgian-era Farm in Northumberland. The estate comprises 21 stunning and meticulously planned houses, all on generously sized plots, complimented by landscaped community spaces and car-friendly access. There is a total of 9 barns, modelled from the original barns, and 12 newly built homes. The area has been largely untouched and is a comfortable and friendly community, located 8 miles from Morpeth and 3 miles from the picturesque Druridge Bay.
All of the homes have been designed to accommodate a garage, generously sized rooms, efficient underfloor heating and a mixture of luxury, contemporary and heritage finishes.
Contemporary in design, the properties comprise generous open-plan living areas range from 1,500 to 2,700 square footage, complete with skylights, sun-rooms, bi-fold doors, balconies, contemporary courtyards, water features and beautifully landscaped walkways.
Greatlook, North East-based interior design company, has created a range of bespoke furniture and interior looks for West Chevington Farm. Stunning open-plan living areas designed with families in mind, beautiful yet functional kitchens, luxury bathrooms and sanctuary like bedrooms blend the timeless aesthetic of classic looks with contemporary twists and conveniences. Driven by their passion for well-proportioned spaces and innovative design, the unique character of the development has been truly re-modeled indoors by Greatlooks creative vision.
Morpeth is a picturesque Northumberland market town positioned on the river Wansbeck. It has a wide range of amenities, including a thriving shopping centre, restaurants, excellent schools and good transport links including a train station.
OUR COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABLE LIVING & CONSERVATION
At Platinum Homes, we are committed to sustainable living and zero wastage. That means every stage of our planning and build is undertaken with local environment in mind.
Our materials are locally sourced and sustainable. This includes local oak wood, re-purposing broken rubble from West Chevington’s original site to use in roads and floors, and filtering age-old farm soil for plot gardens.
Our team has taken great lengths to minimise disruption to the local wildlife and environment during the construction of West Chevington Farm.
Working with a local Ecologist, we have protected and homed a family of barn owls within the estate, alongside measures to minimise the impact on their living environment.
The site has had several studies undertaken, before and during development, in conjunction with the local council and environmental experts so you can enjoy the wonder of living amongst spectacular wildlife.