Gorgeous Jesmond property perfect for Newcastle United signings hits market - steps from Allan Saint-Maximin

It would only be a stroll round to Allan Saint-Maximin’s house for a kickaround

A luxurious new property has hit the market in Jesmond's Golden Triangle, a hot spot for high earners that could be perfect for any imminent Newcastle United signings this summer.

Many think of the region to the North East of Newcastle as a student hub, but a pocket of streets has earnt a reputation as a millionaire's haven in recent years.

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Mercurial Newcastle star Allan Saint-Maximin is one of the area's big-name residents, having been spotted by locals who also had to rescue his dogs from the Jesmond streets in 2021.

Former Magpie stars Shola Ameobi, Kevin Nolan and Jonás Gutiérrez have also resided in the hallowed streets.

So, whether it be Hugo Ekitike, Nick Pope, Sven Botman or whoever else, the area might soon gain a new resident.

Earlier this month a six-bed house on Mitchell Avenue, just around the corner from the Golden Triangle's most famous streets, hit the market.

The house is in a sought-after area of Jesmond (Image: Rightmove)

It'll come at the hefty price of £1.6 million, but that is of course just a drop in the ocean for any footballing stars playing in the Premier League.

The detached house was listed on Rightmove on June 16, just in time for any summer signings who might be hoping to live in the area.

The house's current furnishings give it a slightly rustic feel, not sharing the modernity of other houses in the area, but the grandeur of the place in undeniable.

A large hallway leads into a separate sitting room, drawing room, dining room and then onto a garden room too.

The ground floor has many rooms you could host guests in (Image: Rightmove)

There's a bedroom on the ground floor, as well as the five on the floor above, one of which is a master bedroom - any of which could also be turned into other uses, such as a gym.

A large garden outside is topped off with a summer house.

Speaking on the high-profile reputation of the area, Pat Robson Director Tim Nixon said: "Despite an enduring reputation as a student hub, there is of course a great deal more to Jesmond.

The house has an asking price of £1.6 million (Image: Rightmove)

"Tucked away between Osborne Road and Jesmond Dene, the streets of Adderstone Crescent, Lindisfarne Road and Glastonbury Grove are collectively known as ‘The Golden Triangle’, and the houses there represent some of the most desirable in the city.

"These high-value homes enjoy privacy and seclusion however their super-central position, just moments from Jesmond’s famous restaurants, bars and shops ensure that residents fortunate enough to live there really do enjoy the best of both worlds."