Walled Gardens

Newcastle Upon Tyne

Project GDV
£11m

The Walled Garden originally served the 18th Century Brandling Hall and was more recently home to a garden centre and aquatics retailer. 

Its sale for redevelopment has supported the much vaunted improvement programme at Newcastle Racecourse. In an area renowned for its landscaping and wildlife, the homes will be built sympathetic to their surroundings with plenty of natural light and open, green spaces.

This development is situated across two walled gardens; the northern walled garden contains eight, four bedroom semi-detached properties that have been designed to a contemporary finish, incorporating large south facing windows maximising capture of natural light. The southern walled garden contains a further six, five bedroom semi-detached properties. These properties are finished in a more traditional style in order to complement the surrounding dwellings. 

To retain the natural look of the site when viewed from a distance, the homes in the north garden will have sedum (grass) roofs, while the six, five bedroomed properties in the south garden will have zinc roofs, resembling those of greenhouses.

The £11 million project is being delivered by High Street Developments and offers contemporary, executive homes within a unique setting.

Key development highlights

  • Gross development value for the project of £11 million
  • 14 four and five bedroom contemporary homes set across two Walled Gardens (North & South)
  • Ideally located for access to the A1 and Newcastle City Centre
  • Situated in the grounds of Newcastle Racecourse
  • Grass and zinc roofs complementing local surroundings
  • Sympathetic build, taking into account the natural environment
  • Commenced on site in January 2017

Project Details

In an area renowned for its landscaping and wildlife

The site offers contemporary, executive homes within a unique setting.

eight, four bedroom semi-detached properties with contemporary finish, a further six, five bedroom semi-detached properties finished in a more traditional style

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