Haven Hill: a perfect sanctuary
Offers over £325,000
Haven Hill presents a unique and rare opportunity to purchase a combination of property and land, which offers huge development potential. Located in the Northumberland village of Craster, which is 7 miles from Alnwick and 40 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne, the Haven Hill development has full planning permission for residential use that’s been granted for two properties, each with 3 bedrooms.
Haven Hill offers a spectacular view over the historic harbour, which sits on the edge of Craster. Originally named after the Craster family, the village is centred around the historic harbour. The harbour was built to commemorate a death of a member of the Craster family and the memorial is still visible on the harbour wall.
A sought after and highly desired area of Northumberland, Craster is famous for its fishing, especially its kippers, which are exported all over the world. As well as its picturesque walks towards popular tourist attraction Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster is home to the world-famous Robson’s Smokehouse, which boosts lovely views over the harbour from the dining room.
Situated in the centre of the village is an art gallery and popular café which is open daily all year round. There’s also a popular gastro pub. Craster has a lot to offer and is a great place for food lovers. It’s been nominated in the past for a Google Street Award for best ‘Foodie Street’. Craster really does have something for everyone.
The development is also well located for the many golf clubs offered on this part of the Northumberland Coast, all just a short drive away.
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