New Homes in Coxhoe
New Homes in Coxhoe
Make the move
Village life is yours for the taking in Coxhoe, a lovely spot located in County Durham.
With a strong mining heritage, buying a new home in Coxhoe allows you to enjoy the peace of the village, while still having a lively city on your doorstep.
Things to see and do
Life in Coxhoe is quiet and unhurried with lovely walks on your doorstep and amenities for your everyday essentials. However, Durham is located just over five miles away and can be reached in less than 15 minutes. Ideal for keeping you entertained at the weekend, it has a great selection of attractions, shopping, history and culture.
Dominated by Durham Cathedral, the building is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with great architecture. As the burial place of St Cuthbert and also the Venerable Bede - author of the first English history - it offers visitors the chance to step back in time.
A great family day out can be enjoyed at Beamish. This open-air museum tells the story of life in the North East during the 1820s, 1900s and 1940s. You can explore a town, railway station, 1940s farm, colliery and pit village which transports you back in time.
Further options in Durham include the Bowes Museum which houses European fine and decorative arts and Durham Castle which was commissioned by King William the Conqueror.
For those wanting to explore the countryside, the Durham Dales and North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty won’t disappoint. Visit the waterfall of High Force and Hamsterley Forest which has 2,000 hectares of walking and cycling tracks.
There are several primary and secondary schools in the area to choose from along with Durham University which has been voted a top 100 university.
Durham is served by many transport links with the A1/ A1 (M) offering a fast route from the south. If you’re arriving from the North, the A1 coastal route or A68 cross country scenic route will reward you with an enjoyable journey through Northumberland and Border Country. Those arriving from the West should take the A66, which provides a scenic cross-Pennine route from the Lake District and M6 motorway.
Durham offers residents in Coxhoe a large railway station from where you can get connections to surrounding areas, as well as through-routes to most of the country. There are 16 main-line services between Durham and London with the journey taking around three hours.
The nearest airports to Coxhoe are Newcastle and Durham Tees Valley Airports which are both served by regular domestic and international flights.