Trinity Mews - Coming soon
Are you looking to live in a home with the wow factor while remaining close to Durham city centre? If so, creating your home with Custom Build Homes at Trinity Mews could be right for you. Working in collaboration with Durham County Council, we have created the city's first custom build development scheme where you can create a bespoke home, exactly as you want it.
All plots are offered as fully serviced, with electricity, gas, telecoms, drainage and water, meaning your home can begin its construction as soon as it is designed and approved by planning.
For too long, new homes developments have been dominated by larger builders offering little in the way of design choice and almost no input for homeowners as to what their living spaces will be. This has led to smaller, poorly built, copy and paste style homes that sadly we are all familiar with across the UK. In contrast, we believe that all new homes can and should be created to respond positively to the way their owner's lifestyles. As such, all new homes at Trinity Mews will be individually designed in collaboration with their owners to ensure the design, size and specifications meet the needs of those who will live in them.
Custom Build Homes offers a fixed price design, planning and building regulations service for all plot purchasers. By working with our architects and designers, we can ensure you create the best possible home to be delivered on time, and within budget.
Coming soon. Register your early interest now!
The attractive site is situated on the outskirts of the historic city of Durham, only two and half miles north-west of the city centre with accessible local transport.
The well-placed site is in easy reach of local amenities such as supermarkets, banks, hospitals and doctors, pharmacies, dentists and gyms including a retail shopping park, Arniston Retail Centre, on your doorstep.
It is close to an impressive range of schools such as Durham Trinity School, St Margaret’s C E Primary School, Belmont Community School as well as Durham University.
You will be able to explore some of the world’s finest architecture in Durham City and the timeless quality of this quintessential old English University City. The city’s Castle and Cathedral is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, the largest and most impressive examples of Norman architecture in England.
The city of Durham offers relaxing riverside walks, river cruises and green spaces. You can watch the world go by in one of the city’s cafes or shop locally produced food. Durham offers plenty to do by day. However, it doesn’t stop there, the city offers great evening entertainment such as theatre, comedy, intimate restaurants, chic café bars and actions films to art house cinema.
Durham is only 12 minutes away from Newcastle which also offers plenty to do from entertainment and culture to shopping.
TRAVEL AND COMMUTER LINKS
- Durham (6 mins) 3 miles via B6532 or A691
- Newcastle (27 mins) 16 miles via A1
- Sunderland (31 mins) 16 miles via A167
- Hartlepool (31 mins) 20.1 miles via 181 and A19
- Darlington (35 mins) 26 miles via A1
- Middlesbrough (41 mins) 28.8 miles via A181 and A19