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Coxhoe

New Homes in Coxhoe

Set into pretty County Durham countryside, Coxhoe is conveniently located for the A1(M) in the North East. Just five miles from Durham, new homes in Coxhoe are within 20 miles of a host of notable spots including Newcastle, Gateshead and Sunderland, as well as Middlesbrough to the south. 


Whether you’re enjoying the local heritage coastline, exploring the area’s interesting history or visiting a neighbouring city for a dose of culture, this is a village with bags of potential. It’d be a shame to miss out on securing your move to the area, so scroll down now to see our developments closest to Coxhoe. 

 

The Drive at Mount Oswald

The Drive at Mount Oswald

South Road, Durham, DURHAM, DH1 3TG

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £339,995 to £498,995
Elwick Gardens

Elwick Gardens

Riverston Close, Hartlepool, HARTLEPOOL, TS26 0PY

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £354,995 to £389,995
Cherry Tree Park

Cherry Tree Park

St Benedicts Way, Ryhope, SUNDERLAND, TYNE AND WEAR, SR2 0NY

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £332,995 to £474,995
The Orchard at West Park

The Orchard at West Park

Edward Pease Way, West Park Garden Village, DARLINGTON, DL2 2TS

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £204,995 to £316,995
Grey Towers Village

Grey Towers Village

Ellerbeck Avenue, Nunthorpe, MIDDLESBROUGH, TS7 0PW

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £329,995 to £459,995
Woodland Rise

Woodland Rise

Corbridge Road, Hexham, HEXHAM, NORTHUMBERLAND, NE46 2PG

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • From £444,995

Living in Coxhoe


Set among a beautiful corner of the country where you’ll find so much to see and do, Coxhoe is a fantastic place to buy a new home. And doing just that is even easier than ever, thanks to offers like our Part Exchange scheme. With this, we could act as your guaranteed buyer if you have a home to sell as part of your move, eliminating the often costly expense of paying estate agent fees. 


Things to see and do in Coxhoe


If you love spending your time exploring outdoor environments, Coxhoe could be the place for you. With the Durham Heritage Coast one way and the North Pennines the other, you can also stay active at one of the local trampolining, climbing or equestrian centres. 


There’s everything from go-karting tracks to great museums and historical landmarks over in Durham, meaning all tastes are catered for in and around town. Go for a stroll around Coxhoe Hall, enjoy a longer walk around Thrislington National Nature Reserve, or get involved with some of the sports on offer at Coxhoe Park. 


Education


This is a great place to live if you have young children, with Coxhoe Primary School on Cornforth Lane judged to be outstanding by Ofsted. Cassop Primary and West Cornforth Primary are close to the village and are also outstanding, along with Sedgefield Community College. This is the best local secondary, although there are even more options available in nearby Durham. 


Transport links in Coxhoe


Coxhoe is only a short drive from junction 81 of the A1(M), giving you quick and easy access to the national motorway network. You can drive to major North East centres like Newcastle and Middlesbrough in under half an hour, while it’s only 15 minutes into Durham. Coxhoe doesn’t have its own train station, but there are plenty of local bus routes you can use to get around on public transport. 


The Coxhoe property market


There’s usually a good stock of housing available in Coxhoe, including our selection of beautiful 3 and 4 bedroom homes along South Road a few miles north of the village. Offering superb access to Durham, you can book an appointment with us today to arrange a viewing. And don’t miss initiatives like the Government’s Help to Buy in the North East scheme if you need an additional helping hand with securing a property.