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Morpeth Development - Ida Homes begins work on first new homes

Work on 18 apartments in Morpeth has begun. The Ida Homes brand promises to bring high-quality homes to the chosen locations.

The homes will be built in Morpeth, which is more commonly known as King Edward’s Place as it previously belonged to the nearby King Edward VI School.

The design by JDDK Architects in Newcastle will include seven two-bedroom apartments and 11 three-bedroom apartments.


Each home will have its own private outdoor space and use the expansive landscaped gardens. The apartments are due to be completed towards the end of 2023 and the first homes will be released for sale in the spring through Bradley Hall’s Morpeth office.

Charlie Maling-Dunn, who co-founded Ida Homes along with Tom Bell and Jerry Ellis, said: “Breaking ground in Morpeth is a significant event as it marks the true beginning of Ida Homes."

“These apartments will have genuine architectural merit, reflecting features from buildings along Cottingwood Lane and in elsewhere in the town.

“They will be generously sized, at around 1,500sq ft for a three-bedroom home, and will be finished to a standard that is befitting of the design and location.”

Charlie added: “Even before we put a sign up, we were receiving feedback from our estate agents, Bradley Hall, that news of this development has spread and interest is high."

“The quality design, paired with the fact that Cottingwood Lane is centrally located in the town with all the amenities people need just a short walk away, makes this development the perfect example of the Ida Homes ethos and values.”


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