Ward Robinson

The Coach House

This grade II listed Georgian coach house is arguably the most desirable address in one of the most prestigious suburbs of Newcastle.

It originated as The Coach House for the former Coxlodge Hall, an exceptional mansion set in 30 acres of countryside, built in 1796 by Job Bulman. This Georgian gem, with its neoclassical façade and colonnaded portico has been used as office space in more recent years and has now become Gosforth’s newest – yet oldest – development.

This stunning conversion of an elegant and historic building provides 4 apartments, 2 houses and 2 bungalows. High quality finishes and fittings are specified throughout and original features have been preserved providing characterful yet contemporary interiors.


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McDougall Dodds Ltd

Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne