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New Homes in Coxhoe, Durham

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  • Burdon Green

    Burdon Green

    Bogma Hall Farm, Coxhoe, DH6 4EN
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £109,995 to £274,995

Live the Coxhoe life

If you’re looking for a village that combines the rural way of life with proximity to the North East’s best attractions, Coxhoe could be the place for you. A charming part of County Durham to call home, don’t miss schemes like our Part Exchange arrangement if you have a property to sell as part of your move. With this, we could cut your moving costs and stress levels by acting as a guaranteed buyer for your existing home. 

Things to see and do in Coxhoe

The historic Coxhoe Hall is one of the village’s most notable landmarks, while there’s always plenty to get involved with at Coxhoe Park, which is great for sports and leisure facilities. Just south of the village is Thrislington National Nature Reserve, site of a former limestone quarry that’s now perfect for quiet walks. 

This is a great part of County Durham for staying active, with everything from climbing and trampolining centres to go-karting tracks and equestrian centres. With Durham and all its history and culture close at hand, you can also explore the nearby heritage coastline and go hiking in the North Pennines. 


If you have young children in tow, you’ll be delighted by what this area offers when it comes to schooling. Coxhoe Primary School is on Cornforth Lane and rated as outstanding by Ofsted, while West Cornforth Primary and Cassop Primary are other local options in the education board’s top band. At secondary level, Sedgefield Community College is six miles south of Coxhoe and also outstanding, while travelling into Durham for school is an option for older kids. 

Coxhoe transport links

Coxhoe is conveniently located for junction 81 of the A1(M), which you can use to drive north to Newcastle in less than half an hour. It’s a similar journey to Middlesbrough in the opposite direction, while it’s half that to Durham. This is where you’ll find the nearest train station to Coxhoe, although the village is served by a number of bus routes. 

The Coxhoe property scene

It may be a relatively small place, but Coxhoe often has a strong supply of properties coming to market. That includes our selection of new build homes off the A177, where you can choose between expertly-designed 3 and 4 bedroom houses. 

To arrange your consultation and book a viewing, call one of our friendly advisers today. Or head over to for latest offers page for up-to-date information about schemes such as the Government-backed Help To Buy in the North East initiative.