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Merely a stone’s throw from the River Tyne, the Ringway is located on the gateway of Newcastle’s city centre and is within walking distance of many popular attractions, bars and restaurants.
The building is a familiar part of the city’s skyline by the Swan House Roundabout, locals will be familiar with its former life as a state of the art office complex. The project is being repurposed to house 191 ultra-modern, one- and two-bed luxury apartments that offer a safe and energy-efficient way of living.
The development is in the heart of an area experiencing significant regeneration. And as the largest employment centre in the Tyne and Wear region, it is a desirable destination for young professionals. Property for investment here is in demand and The Ringway presents a strong opportunity.
It has now been sympathetically restored for 21st-century living, its floor to ceiling windows creating light, bright living spaces and making a striking impression on the city’s skyline.
Ongoing improvements to pedestrian access between the Quayside and the city centre means that there are a number of accessible routes in the immediate area, great for exercising or a stroll to take in the local surroundings.
It is also nearby to popular retail and entertainment areas and is close to Newcastle Helix; one of Europe’s most exciting innovation hubs and home to both big business and start-ups, as well as university researchers and three National Innovation Centres.
Points of cultural interest include Newcastle Castle – the only stone keep that you will find still standing in the city centre and a site that regularly hosts gigs, film nights and other events. There is also a host of music venues, the Discovery Museum and Laing Art Gallery nearby.
Venturing further afield, you will also find a number of historical sites and walks. For those with more adventurous tastes, the North Pennines offers a range of adventure and white-knuckle activities.
While the open plan living area and kitchen combine to create a clean and welcoming space that is suitable for both entertaining or relaxing.
Layouts are designed to maximise space and offer a streamlined, energy-efficient way of living, while the heavily windowed design allows for a bright and airy atmosphere.
The regional capital of the North East and the largest employment centre in the Tyne and Wear area, Newcastle is home to multinational organisations such as Sage and Accenture. The job market also benefits the numerous universities in the area, which each employ hundreds of people in various roles.
The property benefits from excellent road and rail links. Situated on a key point in the UK rail and road network, it has direct access to many major cities.
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