Shuttercraft’s expansive network spans the length and breadth of the UK, including right here in Ponteland. Which means you’re just a phone-call away from transforming the spaces you love.
So call your local Shuttercraft expert today and take the first step to a stylish new look for your home.
We help make light work of choosing the right interior window shutters for your home, offering free, no obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote. Shuttercraft Newcastle offers a local service in and around the Tyne and Wear area including Newcastle, Winlaton and Wallsend.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
With several excellent schools in the area, the village has become an increasingly sought after place to live, and as shutters become a part of the fixtures of any property, they increase the value of any home. At Shuttercraft Newcastle, we are shutter experts, and supply and fit some of the best window shutters Ponteland has to offer.
As our shutters are crafted to custom specifications, unusually shaped windows such as portholes or gable ends, present no problems. We offer free quotes and expert advice on all our shutters and blinds making sure that every installation is completed in the Ponteland area to perfection.
At Shuttercraft Newcastle, we offer a broad array of shutter styles, with many different materials, colours and stains. New window coverings can help breathe new life into your home, so don’t delay and book your free survey today.
Based near the city of Newcastle, Ponteland is a large village in the county of Northumberland named after the River Pont which runs through the area. Originally the home of a substantial amount of marshland, Ponteland was enlarged between 2001 and 2013 when the adjoining Darras Hall estate was redeveloped.
Ponteland was also once home to a 13th century castle, largely destroyed in a Scottish raid just before the Battle of Otterburn. The Blackbird Inn, one of several local hostelries, is situated on the site of the castle, reportedly containing some of the old tunnels running to the nearby St Mary’s Church.
The nearby village of High Callerton is also home to buildings of historical interest, such as the Rebellion House, a 16th Century dwelling once thought to have been a refuge for Oliver Cromwell during the English Civil War. Properties in Ponteland vary greatly, from traditional stone built cottages, bungalows and semi-detached houses, up to more exclusive homes on the Darras Hall estate.