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Lifestyle Living at Gosforth, NE3

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Gosforth is subject to planning

Overview

Are you finding the upkeep of a large family home demanding? Maintaining a substantial house can be time-consuming, leaving you little time for the things you really love – spending more time with family, enjoying the great outdoors, taking up an exciting new hobby. Gosforth Synagogue development can give you that hassle-free lifestyle you’ve been dreaming of. A Lifestyle Living development exclusively for the over-55s, Gosforth Synagogue apartments were built to maximise both space and light. Through stylish and intelligent design, beautiful apartments provide the perfect space for entertaining. And, as they’re both high-specification and energy-efficient, they’re easy to manage and maintain – this isn’t downsizing, it’s ‘rightsizing’.

All of its 24 two-bed and four one-bed apartments have balconies, and the communal lounge and landscaped garden are available for you to use at any time. All communal spaces are maintained by Management Services, who also take care of window cleaning, building insurance and the security systems, among much more. What’s more, a camera entry system and lifts to all floors mean you really don’t have to worry about a thing.

With car parking available, a scooter store, a bus stop nearby and a train station less than a mile away, you won’t have any trouble exploring the local area, no matter your preferred mode of transport. And there’s so much to do and see. Newcastle’s cosmopolitan city centre is but a short drive away, Gosforth High Street boasts a wealth of shops, cafes and restaurants, and you couldn’t ask for more green space with the Town Moor’s 400 hectares and Exhibition Park so nearby.

Local area

Situated to the north of Newcastle city centre, Gosforth is an affluent suburb with so much to offer. Running through its centre, High Street is a bustling thoroughfare teeming with local shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Gosforth is also home to various banks, four medical centres and a Sainsbury’s supermarket. Whether you’re a golf enthusiast or keen to take up a new hobby that lets you spend more time in the glorious outdoors, the City of Newcastle Golf Club is less than a mile and a half from Gosforth Synagogue development. Founded in 1891, it’s an historic club whose clubhouse boasts panoramic views of the 1st and 18th holes.

And if it’s green spaces you’re after, you couldn’t be better situated. The Town Moor is an expansive area of communal land (around 400 hectares including Little Moor, Dukes Moor and Nuns Moor) with an interesting history. Having been pasture land since the 12th century, the Freemen of the city still have the right to graze cattle here. Today, it also provides allotments, sporting facilities and parks, including Exhibition Park in its south-east corner.

Exhibition Park has something to offer all the family, with a children’s playground, croquet lawns, tennis courts, a basketball court, a café, a lake and a bandstand. Nearby Gosforth Central Park also boasts tennis and basketball courts, as well as a bowling green.