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The Boulevard
Middlebeck, Newark

  • 2,3 & 4 bedroom homes
  • Detached and semi-detached designs
  • Superior specification that's included as standard 
  • Skylight windows & French doors
  • Education is at the forefront of this development, with a brand-new Primary School!
  • Nottingham, Leicester and Lincoln are all under an hour away by road
  • Train-based journeys, there are two stations within 2 miles of the development

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Available Homes

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We have 5 homes available
Home Name Type Bedrooms Price Tenure
HOME OF THE WEEK £18,750 towards your deposit + Amtico flooring package + Integrated Dishwasher + £6,250 towards Stamp Duty Fees!
127 The Lymington Detached house 4 £375,000 Freehold View
Upgraded Bathroom Package! £6,000 Gifted Deposit & £1,000 towards Legal Fees!
122 The New Stamford Semi-detached house 3 £270,000 Freehold View
Turf, shrubbery and fencing to front and rear gardens where applicable*
123 The Oakham Detached house 4 £380,000 Freehold View
**£33,450 worth of Killer 5 interior design furniture included! £10,000 Gifted Deposit & £1,500 towards Legal Fees **SOLD AS SEEN**
2 The Ashop Detached house 3 £350,000 Freehold View
£11,500 Gifted Deposit PLUS a Vinyl Flooring Package included!
130 The Esk Semi-detached house 2 £229,995 Freehold View
Greener by Design
  • Energy efficient homes
    Energy efficient homes
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    Did you know our homes are 27% more energy efficient than the national average* and 56% more energy efficient when compared to a Victorian property? It's thanks to A-rated boilers, low energy LED lighting, smart thermostats and installing appliances with high efficiency ratings.

    We take steps during the design and build process to ensure that you'll be getting a greener, more energy efficient home in a thriving development that benefits both the environment and your bank account.

  • Saving you money
    Saving you money
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    With energy costs on the rise there’s no better time to buy a home where energy saving features are included as standard.

    According to the Home Builders Federation, on average, owners of a new build property save just over £2,000* on household bills each year, with the average annual running costs for a new build totalling £1,500 compared to an average of £3,570 for older properties. Those that buy a new build house specifically see even greater annual savings of £2,600.

    *Refers to an average for all types of new build properties

  • Keeping you cosy
    Keeping you cosy
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    It might not seem like a big deal, but unlike older properties, our homes come with high efficiency double glazing as standard, letting plenty of light and warmth in while minimising heat loss.

    Plus additional roof insulation, increased wall thickness are among the other unseen features included with our homes that will help reduce the costs of keeping your home warm in the winter months, while also keeping you cool in the summer.

  • Reducing water usage
    Reducing water usage

    Our kitchens and bathrooms incorporate water saving measures, but that doesn't mean you'll be compromising on style or functionality.

    These features mean our homes use 20% less water than the UK average, with clear cost savings for our homeowners*. Our taps and showers use aerated technology to provide the feeling of a strong flow, whilst using less water. Plus, our dual low flush toilets use the minimum amount of water to ensure less waste.

  • Healthy air
    Healthy air
    The Ashop French doors

    Air quality plays a vital role in our health, that's why we install a Positive Input Ventilation system in all our homes.

    This clever system takes fresh air from outside and filters out any pollen or impurities, regulates the humidity, and circulates the clean air throughout your home.

Local Area
  • Statue of Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest
    Local Area
    Middlebeck is an exciting new community in the making. Situated just to the South of the prosperous town of Newark in Nottinghamshire in the next 15 years over 3000 homes, a primary school, creche, doctors surgery and 49 hectares of employment space will be created.
    An area steeped in historic interest, Newark castle and the surrounding land were part of the War of the Roses in the 15th Century. As such, there are an abundance of attractions to learn about this important part of English history.
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  • Newark Local area
    Leisure and shopping
    As a market town, Newark offers a superb shopping experience. High street regulars rub shoulders with small local independent shops, the town is also well served by supermarkets.
    Newark offers a good choice of both up market restaurants and old traditional style inns, which cater for most tastes and budgets.
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  • School hopscotch
    The school run will never be more than a short stroll or cycle away for residents at The Boulevard Middlebeck. Plans for the community’s new primary school will see a purpose-built, state-of-the-art facility become the new home of Newark’s Christ Church CofE Primary School.
    Centrally located in the heart of the development, the school opens its doors in September 2021 and will provide local children aged three to eleven with a first-class education in stunning surroundings.
    For more information about Christ Church CofE Primary School, visit

    In terms of secondary education, Middlebeck is within the catchment area for The Suthers School, currently being built in nearby Fernwood. For more information, visit
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  • Newark Train
    Newark is excellently located for travel. Nottingham, Leicester and Lincoln are all under an hour away by road, making employment in these cities a simple commute. The A1 skirts the town to the West, with excellent links to the nationwide motorway network.
    For train-based journeys, there are two stations within 2 miles of the development. Central London is 1h 20 minutes away, whereas Nottingham is reached in just 25 minutes.
    East Midlands airport is under an hour by car with many international connections.
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Key for Local Area

  • Magnus Church of England Academy
    0.9 miles
    John Hunt Primary School
    0.9 miles
  • Newark Sport & Fitness Centre
    0.5 miles
    Newark Air Museum
    3.4 miles
  • Newark Northgate Rail Station
    1.8 miles
    Newark Castle Station
    1.7 miles
  • Oscar's Inn
    1.1 miles
    1.3 miles
    Koinonia Resturant
    1.3 miles
    0.2 miles
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Matt & Nosheen The Boulevard
Case Study

Virtual buyers find dream home in Middlebeck

When the nation was locked down in March this year, Newark couple, Matt and Nosheen were convinced that buying their dream home was now out of reach. But thanks to Countryside and the wonders of modern technology, their hopes were made a reality.

Nearby Developments

  • Swan Grange
    Swan Grange
    9 miles away
    Swan Grange is part of a sizeable new community in the making. As part of the wider development there will be sports recreation facilities, a wooded parkland as well as various open green spaces, play areas and several purpose built small lakes. 
  • The Colleys Grantham
    The Colleys
    11 miles away
    This brand new development is superbly located, well connected to local travel links and boasts great education options for children.

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